Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 63
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DIYguy Warped sink
If it wasn't warped I'd be happy. I bought this just over a year ago, so it's a month too late to return. It has a one year warrantee. I didn't feel like pulling it out and replacing it. Waiting for a new one, possibly paying S&H and all that. I now wish I had. I always notice the 1/4 gap filled with GE white silicone. Plus it's about time to re-caulk, so that's a pain. it's a gamble, like I said if it was flat I'd recommend it, but mine isn't so I can't. How can something this warped leave the factory? I have no idea. It makes me wonder about their quality assurance though. I think I'll try to get it replaced anyway and update (if I can).
July 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rockfarmers Very nice sink
We bought this sink for a second kitchen area when my sister moved in with us, so it does not get used as much as a 'full-time' sink does. However, it's perfect for that spot. She is extremely happy with the looks and the quality of the sink. The plumber didn't have any complaints installing it, so I'm assuming there were no issues there. I like it so well, I will probably get one in this line for the main kitchen when we re-do it.
July 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SinkFeller Exactly as advertised. Should last a lifetime.
Sink is exactly as advertised. It is obviously very well made, and should last a lifetime. Far nicer than the everyday stainless sinks I see in most homes. Easy to clean. The 1.5 inch rim distance to the bowl allowed me to install a 25X22 sink in a 24 inch sink base. (Not recommended for the faint of heart!) Couldn't be more pleased with this sink. (Unless it dispensed beer)
November 1, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RenRey Great sink for the money!
I bought this sink to upgrade the old sink in my RV. It's deep, it's wide, it looks awesome and best of all, my wife loves it! (A plus for all of you do-it-yourself husbands out there)
If you're any type of a handyman and you're familiar with replacing a kitchen sink, you'll know there might be some cutting to do, i.e. the surrounding tile, the granite, the Corian, etc. This page gives you access to the sink dimensions and schematics so you should be able to measure in advance and see if you need to cut the kitchen surface area to have the sink fit. Depending on what type of material you're working with, you should know what tools and blades to use.
The plumbing part of the installation is easier than it seems. Again, just plan ahead and make sure you have all of the required tools and material. Buying plumbers putty, plumbers tap, a nice new faucet, a drain and all of the required hoses will turn five trips to Home Depot into just one. So plan ahead!
The nice thing about a drop-in sink verses an under-the-counter sink is that you don't need to be too accurate when you cut the countertop. There is room for error because of the 1/2-inch overhang (lip) on the sink which will cover any blemishes, or cutting mistakes.
The only issue that I had with the sink was its weight, and that's only because I am 57 years old and picking it up numerous times was a bit cumbersome for an old guy like me. Remember, it's made of cast iron, not stainless steel, or plastic, so be prepared to break a sweat when installing it. On the flip side of this statement, the cost savings on this sink far outweighed the number of times I had to lift it off of the floor. Besides, I got my weekly workout done in one day.
Overall I am extremely happy with this sink and I love the added value to my RV. Look at my pictures and you be the judge. A pleasantly satisfied Home Depot junkie.
July 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by catchlight I couldn't wait to wash dishes!
Beautiful finish, easy to clean, and a JOY to wash dishes in as it's big enough for a large cookie sheet!
October 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by thedevine1 Looks great!
I replaced my old stainless sink with this cast iron one and it makes a huge difference. My new faucet fit perfectly in it. I also added an InSinkerator disposal with no problems. Installation was fairly easy. As with all plumbing, it's awkward when you're working under the counters. I personally added the faucet to the sink before I set it in the counter opening. That saved me from having to reach far behind and screw the connections together in an uncomfortable position. The only cumbersome part was the weight. This thing weights close to 80 lbs I believe. So, it's a little tough getting it into position gently. It helps to have another set of hands.
So far, it's great! I'd also recommend the stainless rack that goes in the basin.
July 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Oldhomesneedlovetoo Great Sink
We replaced an old cast iron Kohler sink that was 74 years old (manufacture date was July 1940). The new one fit perfectly into the space of the old one. Everything was very easy, but the sinks were heavy and kind of difficult to handle. My wife and I did it together and we are very happy with the new sink. In addition, we updated the drain pipe and bought a new faucet from our local Home Depot store. We bought the stainless steel basin rack online from Home Depot to protect the sink. With proper care, I think the new one will last as long as the old one. Online order and delivery to local store (for free) went smoothly. My wife loves the new sink. Thanks Home Depot.
April 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wjs123 Looks great; excellent value
The sink arrived in time specified; no blemish to be found on the enamel finish. Installation was easy and with the new faucet, this upgraded the kitchen of a condo far beyond what might be expected for such a simple, economical change. The high quality enamel finish cleans easily and resists stains from foods like tomato or berry products.
Only Home Depot offered just what I was looking for either in store or on line. With this sink, for about the same price as low end stainless steel or acrylic material, you can get a truly solid, top of the line sink that will give years of satisfaction.
April 26, 2009