Designing your kitchen, bath or bar area can bring about various questions involving style, appeal, and functionality. Every answer to a question directly affects another question, making the list ever-growing. For example, "If I choose dark cabinets in my kitchen, what kind of backsplash do I go with?", "If I go with stainless steel appliances, which kind of metal should I choose for the sink?" As you can tell, the list goes on and designing your home can turn into quite the process.
As you progress through the design process, choosing the right kitchen sink will bring about questions of it's own. If a metal sink is desired, one can be asked to choose between copper or stainless steel. While both options are desirable, choosing one over the other will prove a better fit for certain home owners.
Keep in mind that not every manufacturer crafts sinks the same way. Havens Metal uses strictly the highest quality of metal available: 14-gauge USA melted 99.9% pure copper and stainless steel that has never been recycled. The below information applies only to a Havens sink, we do not speak on behalf of other manufacturers.
Let's take a look at some of the characteristics for each of these metals:
The full Collection of Havens Copper and Stainless Steel Sinks can be found using this link: Havens Metal
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