Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 62
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MechSol Pay close attentions to the details and not at the visual.
Take note where the faucet is located, the length of the faucet connectors that connect the water line will not reach the cold water line since it located to the furthest right. The drain kit that comes in the unit is not suitable for all installations and you might have to buy an additional kit to complete the setup.
The sink itself is not the toughest and might require modifications if the intended use will be heavy around the faucets base underneath the sink.
Other then the above, sink will do for the once a week washers the under sink cabinet will add hide-a-way storage space.
May 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chuck Very good garage sink for the DIY'er
Purchased this sink after reveiwing many. Even though it isn't the most heavy duty sink, this is perfect for the garage. Everything is included for the average install. I decided not to adheisive the top to the base because if I ever want to change out the faucet, it's much easier to get at. The fact that the molded sink fits over the cabinet snugly, allows you to do that. I've had this installed for about a month now and am completely satisified. BTW, the bilt in shelf is great for regular hand soap plus holding other more aggressive cleaners for dirtier jobs. Also the storage below is welcomed.
April 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by randkwiley Awesome sink! Great value! Perfect for the wash room!
Yes, the faucet is cheap. The entire unit is $200! DUH! BUT with proper care, this is the ideal ADULT sink. We have this in our dog/patio/beer fridge room and it's perfect for the husband to use so he's not cleaning his dirty self off in the kitchen sink! Hubby added a strip of molding to make it look more "custom". This is an awesome sink for the value, but probably shouldn't be installed by a DIYer.
August 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by rdshdow Great Price for a Complete Solution
Everything you need in the box. Decent quality and it looks and feels nicer than a plastic tub. The faucet is pretty decent and works good for the limited use it will get. Base wasn't very sturdy as the back is open for plumbing, but once you get the sink secured to it, it feels better. I had to modify the legs to get it to stand at a height more similar to the washer. Overall an easy project, especially if you are replacing an existing sink.
April 15, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Kevin Missing door hardware, poor cabinet quality and joinery
I'd recommend this item to someone that needs a functioning laundry room sink but understands what they are getting. I needed one and paid the additional $100 for the colored basin. I have the money so I made the choice. However, laminated particle board held together by stapled angle brackets, spit and a prayer for $300? I am missing the door pulls; they are no where to be found in the box or taped to the cabinet. Unit needs trimming, i.e., excess laminate on both sides of the cabinet.
I'll reach out to HD customer service on the missing hardware but man, when you just want to get a project finished and this occurs.....oof.
May 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Sector001 Reasonable solution for our needs
We needed a sink in the laundry room while our kitchen is under construction. I'm pretty handy so the installation was very easy. Faucets are expensive so I wan't expecting solid brass, but it hasn't leaked and the snap fitting for the pull out held tight also. The faucet shuts off completely, no drips and the spay/stream function has functioned as intended. The cabinet is pretty solid and the doors did not need any adjustment. They were aligned fight out of the box. I installed it two weeks ago but it get use everyday as the replacement kitchen sink.
Overall good value for $200.
June 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LEAPIN Great Purchase
It was pretty much assembled. We are very pleased with it.
February 18, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fred Non white sink should hold up to garage use better....
The height is a bit low. I replaced a less wide cabinet from same manufacturer, and it was 2 inches higher
Only a pain as I had to touch up wall. The feet are held by frail hollow plastic anchors, not really screws. When I broke one, I drilled it out and replaced with a wood dowel, creating one strong leg....a 5/16 dowel and matching drill let me keep installing. Tempted to "break" the others...
The faucet looks cheap, but I had a good one that I rehabbed after removing from kitchen sink. Also, the one hole is standard size, and leaves many other options. The cheaper utility sinks come with 3 holes drilled for 4" center, and leave few good choices that include sprayer...
September 1, 2014