Undermount and Overmount Sinks for Your New Countertop
In addition to installing your granite, quartz, marble, or quartzite countertop, our Kenosha-based professionals will install a sink of your choice. We install sinks by Blanco and Solera that are made of stone, stainless steel, porcelain, copper, and more.
If you are absolutely in love with your current countertop, you do not need to change your countertop so you can update your sink. If you are not in love with your countertop, we have a variety of beautiful options to choose from and we will be more than happy to help you with the remodeling process.
When upgrading to a new sink, you want to be sure that the company that is installing your sink has experience working with the type of countertop you currently have. Each countertop can require different tools and products to securely install a sink with that material. We specialize in a variety of countertops and sinks, and each combination is unique. That is why we take massive pride in the work we do and our clients trust that they will get the best from our services.
Not Sure if You Want an Overmount or Undermount? Let Our Experienced Remodelers Help You Decide!
Things to keep in mind when choosing a new sink: the visual appeal and décor of the room, functionality to help daily usage, durability to last for many years, and your budget!
First step should be deciding on either a top or undermount sink. Top mounts are easy to install and the lip helps you avoid accidentally pushing things into the sink. They also do not take up as much valuable storage space underneath the sink as an undermount does. Undermounts, on the other hand, make cleaning up the counter easier and many people like how their countertop looks without a lip around the sink. The downside is their cost and lack of useable space below.
Next you'll need to determine the theme and colors you have going for your kitchen or bathroom. This is essential because you want your choice of sink (and countertop) to complement the rest of the room. Going for a country theme? Stone, wood slab or butcher block countertops go great with one of our farmhouse apron or copper kitchen sinks. For more of a modern theme, you can always trust a stainless steel sink, as they can match with most countertops, are easy to clean, modern looking, and visually appealing. Looking for something more unique that’ll fit a rustic or fairy tale theme, you might be interested in our whimsical sinks, such as stone or glass. No matter what theme you currently have or are going for, our creative All Stone staff can guide you in the right direction for the type and style of sink that will match your taste.
The experienced installers at All Stone will guide you through the design process. We can help you compare various sink options to determine the best fit for your kitchen, bathroom, bar or other custom remodeling project. Our installers tear out and install your new countertop and sink—including plumbing. Get start-to-finish countertop remodeling with All Stone.
What Working With Professionals at All Stone Can Do for You That You Won’t Get Anywhere Else
An important detail to be aware of when choosing a new sink are the dimensions. Although it may be very exciting to just pick any sink that you absolutely adore, when choosing your dream sink you may have to make additional modifications. A sink installation can quickly turn into a full bathroom or kitchen remodel. When choosing the perfect sink, it must be one you are happy with and fits your current countertop and bathroom dimensions. At All Stone, our professions can help you narrow down your options to avoid any unnecessary remodeling. With our massive sink selection, we are confident that you will find a sink you’ll admire every time you walk past it.
When preparing to replace your sink, we take precise measurements of the space within your cabinet where the sink will be placed. This is key, because you want to make sure there will be enough space for any structural elements, plumbing pipes, garbage disposal and electrical connections. You also want to measure the dimensions of the space on the counter where you currently have your sink. This is just as important, because you want to make sure your sink will be compatible with the space your countertop already provides. If the measurements are too short for your sink to fit, you may have the option to have your countertop modified to fit your desired sink. If modifying your countertop isn’t an option due to the sink being too small or the dimensions of the cabinet and countertop space are not compatible with your choice of sink, you may have to choose a different sink or replace your current countertop.
These are all important variables that All Stone is experienced with and is aware of. We work with you and provide you the best solutions to any situation. Besides the actual cutting during the remodeling process, we do not cut any corners when it comes to satisfying our clients.