Why Choose TopZero Sinks?

Stainless steel sinks come either top-mount or under-mount. At one time, top-mount (drop-in) sinks were the only game in town. When under-mount sinks first hit the consumer market, they were expensive and considered difficult to install.

A top-mount (drop-in) sink has a visible lip around its perimeter that rests flat on the countertop. The sink basin drops straight into the countertop cut-out, and the perimeter lip holds everything in place. Drop-ins are secured by hidden metal clips under the countertop as well as a bead of silicone caulk under the sink’s edge.

Under-mount sinks, on the other hand, mount to the bottom of the countertop and are held in place by heavy-duty clips and caulk or silicone. An under-mount sink does have a rim, but the rim is not visible because it rests up against the bottom of the counter. The edge of the countertop along the sink cutout is entirely exposed.

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