Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Joethebuilder my vanity cabinet is 22" deep. I used American Standard widespread faucet. The sink would not fit between the faucet and the inside of the cabinet due to the extra wide flange on the sink...
October 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BobB Very nice under-mount Vanity sinks
This is a very attractive basic under-mount Vanity sink. The finish is great and the overflow hole is nicely finished as well, not rough looking as some are. My granite installer attached the sink under the granite without problem, My plumber had no issue in connecting the sink with faucet and pop-up, and sink is very attractive when installed. The price is also very appealing.
June 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mgotts Very nice, regardless of price
This is a very nice sink bowl, regardless of price. Top surface is flawless, glossy white. And even the backside (which is not finished) gives the impression of quality. Compared to the next most expensive sink Home Depot carries in stock -- which costs almost twice as much -- this one is actually nicer.
Went looking for two replacement sink bowls for our master-bathroom vanity. The existing ones were porcelain over iron and had rusted badly on the underside to the point that the drainpipe on one actually came off in my hand while removing the bowl.
Didn't want to spend too much because the room needs to be remodeled, but we're not ready to do that at this time.
Since I was replacing an existing sink I was limited to a size that fit the existing holes in the vanity top. Turns out it I needed a fairly common 17 x 14 inch oval sink bowl. As mentioned, I initially leaned toward the Kohler sink in the same size for $70-something. But the local store only had one of those and had two of the Glacier Bay's. I opened one of the Glacier Bay boxes in the store (there wasn't one on display) to find it was nicer than the Kohler and only cost $40.
I'd never installed a sink bowl, but it wasn't difficult. If you're at all handy and have some familiarity with standard house plumbing you should not have a problem. I could see how the existing sinks were mounted and made use of the threaded inserts already in the counter top along with the sheet metal clips found in the Glacier Bay box and intended for this purpose (appears to be the way all undermount sinks are attached). Mounting to a new countertop could involve much more work, BTW, including using a diamond-tipped drill and epoxy to sink the threaded inserts into the top. But as a retrofit I was able to skip that step.
Got very lucky that the drain holes lined up with the existing traps, so there was no need to replace the drain plumbing, which looked fine. All I needed were new drains installed in the sink (got some metal Everbuilt ones, also from HD, for $27).
Anyway, very pleasantly surprised by the quality of the sinks. Would absolutely recommend them.
December 21, 2015