Stainless Steel Sinks
Bristol Stainless Steel Sinks
Selecting the best sink is a significant decision for any kitchen project, whether you are renovating or doing a new construction. With so many options in shape, size, and mounting type, Bristol Sinks is the right place to start searching for the perfect stainless steel sink for your kitchen.
A Great Material
Stainless Steel is extremely durable, super easy to clean, and looks modern. Stainless steel is an excellent choice to add to your kitchen – no surprise, these are the most popular sinks out there among today's homeowners! Bristol Sinks uses only the highest quality stainless steel material, always ensuring our customers get the maximum durability and long-lasting kitchen sinks.
Just the way you want it.
From stylish drop-in models to the sleek undermount designs or the elegant apron farm sinks, our collection has a variety of alternatives to suit every mounting preference and empower you to create the precise look you want for your kitchen. Bristol Sinks Inc. has you covered!
Our quality sinks are made from corrosion-resistant steel that's harder and tougher than other types of materials and won't chip, crack or wear out. Want to learn even more on how to care for your stainless steel sink? Check out our Cleaning & Care guide for tips and tricks to keep in mind.
Exciting Products & Options To Know About
Gauge (Thickness Of The Material)
"Gauge" relates to the thickness of the stainless steel sheet used to make the sink. The critical point to remember about gauge is that smaller gauge numbers indicate a thicker metal. Our stainless steel sink thicknesses range from 16 gauge to 20 gauge. The advantage of thicker material is that it's more resistant to dings and dents, It is less noisy than a thinner gauge sink and more robust in handling things like the vibration produced by garbage disposals for example.
Number of Holes
Stainless Steel Sinks typically have within one and five holes for accessories like faucets, soap dispensers, spray hoses and filtered water.
The sink you decide to buy should accommodate the number and arrangement of accessories you want. If the sink you want has more holes than are needed, we carry cover deck plates to conceal them.
Choosing the right kitchen sink size for your project can feel overwhelming. Still, as long as you keep in mind your design layout and how you plan to use your new fixture, it's certainly not that hard. For spaces smaller than 150 square feet, we suggest a single bowl sinks between 20" to 24-inch, if you desire a specific look or functionality, feel free to go wild. It's your kitchen, after all! For larger spaces, you can choose whichever width, depth and basin size you desire.
Mounting Kitchen Sinks
Keep in mind that different kitchen sink designs call for various sorts of mounting and installation. Learn more about the three main mounting options available and decide which one is right for your kitchen design and needs:
Drop-In - Also referred to as top-mount, drop-in kitchen sinks are the most straightforward mounting to install, often meaning a more affordable price point.
Undermount - This popular type of sink requires a more complex installation that can increase your reno's overall cost. Nonetheless, undermount kitchen sinks offer simple cleanup and a sleek, unbroken counter look, making them worth the extra indulgence.
Apron - Also referred to as farmhouse kitchen sinks, an apron kitchen sink is excellent for those who love a deep, wide basin and the appeal of a sink as a central point instead of concealing it behind cabinets or counters.