Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 36
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Birder Good design. Materials not as good.
This product meets our need for a utility sink that does not look like an ugly, clumsy, improvisation. The plastic drain fixture was so cheap that it would not fasten securely. We had to replace it with a brass fdrain inlet.
January 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jones Good Purchase
Only deep sink I could find and it was a close match to my overhead cabinets. countertop is nice, faucet is nice, cabinet is nice. Had to put oversize washers inside cabinet to support the feet mounts. the bolts were recessed with very little wood to support-I pushed it sideways while empty and 2 legs broke off. The extendable hose for spayer is really hard. I suppose it will eventually straighten out
February 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by KB Better than expected
It looks very nice in my basement bathroom. I didn't expect it to look this nice for the price. I'm very happy with the purchase. The product arrived in good shape and no damage You'll need to go to Home Depot to pick up plumbers tape for the pipes and putty to seal the top.
November 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by James Looks great in our laundry room
Overall, we are very satified. As an 80 year old, in good shape, I found it very easy to install myself.
February 1, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by bvibob Good basic laundry sink
The sink and cabinet are very nice, I would have preferred the hardware not be included. It is extremely cheap stuff. The large ring plastic ring nut for the drain broke in my hands when trying to tighen it. A trip to the hardware store for a metal one solved that issue.
Everyting else worked and the installation was straight forward and rather easy.
Beware of the height of the spout. We selected a med. cabinet with a shelf under. The mirrors are a little high for my wife.
March 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by beachgirl Very Good Product
We found this laundry vanity combo to be of good quality and great value, overall. We liked that it included the faucet and sprayer which are of decent quality. Note the acrylic top needs to be attached with glue because it sits on top of the base cabinet. It looks great in our laundry room and was an affordable way to go.
May 12, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by rwilsond DEATH BY A THOUSAND CUTS!
The following story is true. Hopefully, you will read it BEFORE you buy. If you already bought, then please read anyway, for the comfort of knowing that you are not alone in your misery.
We bought this very expensive ($530 with tax) item to replace a laundry cabinet & sink. We had 30.25 inches of width between our walls. At the time we bought this new cabinet (September, 2015), the Home Depot website referred to it as a "30 in. Laundry Vanity" and the "Product Overview" specified that it had a "Product Width" of 29.84 in. Thus, we should have no problem with the width, right? WRONG! When we received it, and tried to fit it into place, it became jammed between the two walls which were 30.25" apart. It was then that we realized that the sink was actually 30.5 inches wide.
Due to time constraints, we decided against returning it to Home Depot. We cut open our walls at the sink-level, and managed to get it into place. But, before we could do so, three of the foot-pegs promptly broke from the cheap MDF floor of the cabinet - causing us to discard all of the foot-pegs and support it from the walls. The easily damaged MDF 'wood product' cracked and/or broke away in various other places as well, so that we would have the joy of repairing, replacing, or covering the damaged pieces (and then priming & painting).
Once we got the cabinet installed, the sink was loose to it - which was not surprising because nothing was provided to secure it to anything, and the instructions don't even mention it. So, further modifications had to be made to secure the sink to the cabinet, which would take too many words to get into further.
Then came the doors -- the doors look great, but one of the hinges was slightly out of place and could be realigned only by removing the door and re-drilling holes for this hinge, reinstalling it, and reinstalling and realigning the doors. This all may sound easy enough, but drilling new holes very close to existing holes can cause things to go from bad to worse. Eventually, we found a way to get the doors aligned, such that their outside edges did not rub against our walls when opened.
As for plumbing, the best thing to do is to not even open the package containing the sink-drain parts. Just discard it into your recycling can, and go back to Home Depot and get something much better. We followed the pithy instructions, and applied the plumber's putty, and got it installed to the sink. But when we tried to tighten the drain to the plastic piece that it threads into, the threads simply slipped making it impossible to tighten. So, we got rid of them, and used hardware leftover from our new kitchen sink.
The handheld sprayer and hose are also very cheap, so we used something else.
BOTTOM-LINE: You may, or may not, have as many problems as we did. However, this item is severely over-priced, and you will likely end up spending even more to fix or upgrade its cheap parts. And let's not even get into how time-consuming all of this can be.
October 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BeachFrontHomeowner Laundry Sink
It came mostly assembled. Legs needed to be put on, but easy to attach. It doesn't have a back to make it easier to access for the plumbing. The fixtures that come with it are not expensive, but adequate. The hose on the sprayer could be a little more flexible. Good pre-fab solution.
May 27, 2015