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Probably a silly sink question

Posted by noellabelle (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 14, 10 at 17:00

Can I buy any undermount sink I decide on, or do I have to get one through a granite fabricator? I haven't decided on who I want to hire for sure, but I picked up a sink flier at the place I'm probably going to hire.

The smallish single bowl sink that would work for us at the company they advertised was over $500 + $120 for a grid. My initial budget for our whole remodel is $5k, which I'm already over so would really prefer not to get a pricey sink.

I found a sink that seems to fit the bill online, and it's $160 for the sink, grid, drain, and cutting board. It's a Ticor, which seems like a decent brand, and the website says they have very limited stock. I'd love to just buy it, but is it going to be a problem for any fabricator I end up choosing to put in whatever sink I pick? The place I'm leaning towards going with is closed, so I couldn't ask them directly.


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RE: Probably a silly sink question

You can get your sink anywhere. Most people don't get it from the fabricator.

I also have a Ticor sink and absolutely love it! Mine is an S405D. Here's a pic:

Main Sink Closeup

BTW...if you have any other questions, I suggest posting the on the "Discussions" side of the Kitchens Forum. This is the "Conversations" side and it's generally used for off-topic discussions. On-topic, kitchen remodel questions & discussions are on the "Discussions" side.

HTH & Good Luck!

Here is a link that might be useful: Read Me If You're New To GW Kitchens!

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