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New kitchen Sink. Blanco or Nantucket Sinks brand??

Posted by amhers104 (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 6, 12 at 20:00

I am getting new kitchen undermount sink for granite counrtops. Right now i am looking at Nantucket Sinks which has uses 16 gauge stainless steel or Bianco sinks which are 18 gauge. I am leaning toward the large single bowl 30 inch sink. Right now I have the double bowl and can't fit my big pans:( Does anyone have either a SS Nantucket sink or Blanco sink. If so would love your feedback on how it is hoding up- appearance, scratches, staining.... Thanks:)


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RE: New kitchen Sink. Blanco or Nantucket Sinks brand??

I am also considering a Nantucket Sink - Moby-16, but have been unable to find any reviews. Unfortunately, every Ticor sink I like is back ordered 8 weeks. Thus, still looking and came across Nantucket.

Not familiar with Nantucket so would love to hear opinions.


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RE: New kitchen Sink. Blanco or Nantucket Sinks brand??

Have you checked out Ticor or Kraus if you're going the SS route? Those brands are well-loved around here for quality and price.


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RE: New kitchen Sink. Blanco or Nantucket Sinks brand??

I have a 30' Nantucket undermount and I am very pleased. I don't know which model it is. I didn't spend too much time comparing sinks. The granite yard was selling Nantucket. It looked good. We saw a few reviews. The price was ok and that was that.
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