Published at Sunday, 11 August 2019. Undermount Sinks. By Jule Alling.
Other than a relatively few integrated kitchen sinks where the countertop and sink are all a single molded unit, most kitchen sinks are separate units that fall into one of two categories. Kitchen sinks are typically either drop-in sinks (also called self-rimming), or they are undermount sinks that are secured beneath the cutout opening in the countertop, essentially hanging from the bottom of the countertop.
Whether your kitchen has a drop-in sink or an undermount sink will not, by itself, change the resale value of your home. Resale value`s "needle" is affected more by major changes in your home, such as additions, whole-house flooring, or finished rooms than by single elements such as a kitchen sink, bathroom vanity, or choice of paint color. As one building block of a highly valued "designer" kitchen, the undermount sink can be said to impart higher value to potential buyers than a drop-in.
Modern Style: Undermount kitchen sinks provide a clean, minimal, contemporary look that works well with nearly any decor theme and can serve as a subtle centerpiece for your kitchen. Undermount sinks are available in a wide variety of styles including stainless steel, granite, and cast iron.
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