It’s a fact. Every kitchen needs a sink. And when it comes time to invest in a new one, it’s important to think about your household’s everyday needs. Most people would, naturally, look at a sink’s style as a determining factor. But this, unfortunately, is really just secondary. The question you should ask yourself is how do you plan to use your kitchen sink. No matter what you decide on, On Tap has a range of kitchen sinks from which you can choose. But, first…here are some tips.
In the seas of sink options, it’s easy to get thrown off track. Do you want your kitchen sink to be made from stainless steel, enamel-coated cast iron, or composite? This on it’s own can be mind-numbing. Here’s a simple way around this. If your household has a track record of throwing things into the sink, stainless is your best bet. Also know that the lower the gauge of stainless steel, the higher the quality of the sink. Enquire with On Tap as to their stainless steel collection of kitchen sinks.
Most family homes have kitchens that are fitted with a double-bowl sink. These were made for ease of dish washing. Nowadays, with dishwashing machines as an option, we really don’t hand wash dishes too much. Those who prefer hand washing dishes and handle large pots, pans and baking trays, a double-bowl sink is ideal, like On Tap’s Teka Classic Angular. If a space is small and double-bowls are a must, a sink with an oversized bowl and a small bowl should work, like On Tap’s Teka Bahia.
For more information on the types of kitchen sinks available, visit the On Tap website at www.ontap.co.za.