Let’s talk about the marvelous material that is stainless steel. With its super strength, this material is usually thought of as more of a utility sink, but we’ve been loving these stainless steel sinks in a softer setting. With decorative front aprons, seamless undermounts or chic colored sinks, you can find the beautiful main feature you’re looking to highlight in any kitchen design.
In addition to aesthetics, there are many benefits to a stainless steel kitchen sink:
When shopping for a stainless steel sink, the gauge will tell you how durable the sink is. The lower the gauge number, the thicker the steel. The most common gauges for stainless steel are 18 and 20. However, most of the stainless steel sinks by Whitehaus have a 16 gauge, making them some of the strongest sinks on the market. The strength of stainless steel is one of the most important features because it won’t stain, bend, dent or chip. If you accidentally drop pots and pans into your stainless steel sink, it will look exactly the same as the day you bought it.
You can run all the water you want in your stainless steel sink. It won’t rust. It also won’t corrode with chemicals. Stainless steel is one of the most resistant sinks available to purchase.
Because of the resistant, durable nature of stainless steel, it provides years of high performance and appearance.
Maintenance and easy care
Stainless steel doesn’t require special care and cleaning. It is one of the easiest materials to maintain.
Many people opt for stainless steel appliances, such as ovens, microwaves and refrigerators. A stainless steel sink will create a cohesive look within your kitchen. In Noah’s Collection and Noah Plus Collection, sinks with a front apron are offered. The Pearlhaus Collection includes designs with leg supports, drain boards and storage for your industrial needs.
A rare quality of stainless steel is that it matches almost every color scheme and décor style. You will be hard-pressed to find a kitchen that wouldn’t look great with a stainless steel sink.
Stainless steel is one of the best materials to recycle. It doesn’t degrade or lose valuable properties in the recycling process, making it the clear choice for someone who wants to go green.