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KRAUS All-in-One Farmhouse Apron Front Stainless Steel 33 in. Single Bowl Kitchen Sink with Faucet in Stainless Steel
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KRAUS

All-in-One Farmhouse Apron Front Stainless Steel 33 in. Single Bowl Kitchen Sink with Faucet in Stainless Steel

$769.95 /each

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Kraus stainless steel sink & faucet combinations offer great savings on best selling kitchen products. Handcrafted from premium 16 gauge T-304 stainless steel for maximum durability, the farmhouse sink creates a contemporary look for the kitchen. Extra-deep basins accommodate large dishes with ease. The clean lines and apron front design complement any décor, from traditional to transitional to modern. All Kraus kitchen sinks are equipped with top-level soundproofing, including thick rubber dampening pads. Each sink is additionally treated with protective Stone Guard coating, which reduces condensation and further dampens sound. The corrosion-resistant surface is further protected from rust and oxidation by a meticulous finishing process. Commercial-grade satin finish and gently rounded corners make maintenance as simple as wiping the surface with a damp cloth. For a streamlined look and easy installation, this sink is paired with a best selling commercial-style kitchen faucet. Each faucet features top-quality components, including a high performance water-efficient aerator and a precision ceramic cartridge for reliable drip-free use. The industrial design aesthetic creates a dramatic look with contemporary appeal and flexible functionality. The flawless finish matches many popular appliances, complementing your décor with versatile style. Experience Kraus Quality and bring your best kitchen ideas to life.

  • Premium 16-Gauge T-304 Stainless Steel Construction
  • Sound Insulated with Thick Rubber Dampening Pads & Stone Guard Undercoating
  • Extra-Deep Basins with Channel Grooves Engineered for Optimal Drainage
  • Commercial-Grade Satin Finish is Scratch and Stain-Resistant
  • Lead-Free Brass Construction
  • Heavy-Duty Commercial-Style Spring Design with Pre-Rinse Spray
  • High Performance / Low Flow Neoperl Aerator
  • Kerox Ceramic Cartridge (tested with 500,000 cycles)
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Sink Certifications: Meets ASME A112.19.3/CSA B45.4 - Faucet Certifications: Meets ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1, NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certified by IAPMO, NSF/ANSI Standard 372 certified by IAPMO, CAL GREEN, CEC, DOE
  • Installation type: Farmhouse
  • Sink cutout template: included
  • Minimum Cabinet Size: 36 in
  • Sink Gauge: 16
  • Faucet Height: 32.13 in
  • Sink Length: 32.88 in
  • Sink Width: 20.75 in
  • Sink Depth: 10 in
  • Drain opening: 3.5 in
  • Drain position: Rear
  • Number of faucet holes: 0

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Will this sink fit above the cabinet doors?

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Depth of bowl is 10 inches. Distance from top of our counter to the top of the doors below the sink is only 7.5 inches (false panel). Can I use this farmhouse sink without sacrificing my doors, or do I need to go with an undermount sink?
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Thanks for your question.
Please see suggested installation instructions below for our Farmhouse sinks. For any specific installation questions, you may want to partner with a professional contractor.
Please Note: The step-by-step guideline below is a general reference for installing the Kraus Farmhouse Sink. Please keep in mind that this is a custom installation. Kraus cannot be liable should there be Read More
Thanks for your question.
Please see suggested installation instructions below for our Farmhouse sinks. For any specific installation questions, you may want to partner with a professional contractor.
Please Note: The step-by-step guideline below is a general reference for installing the Kraus Farmhouse Sink. Please keep in mind that this is a custom installation. Kraus cannot be liable should there be any discrepancies with your installation. Kraus recommends installing all Kraus products by hiring a licensed, professional plumber.
Step 1: Measures for Supports
Measure the "true" height of the sink, from where the top aligns with the countertop surface to the bottom of the sink’s sides, which will rest on the supports.
Transfer this measurement to the interior cabinet sides and mark a level line from back to front. This is where the supports will be added to carry the weight of the sink.
Step 2: Install the Supports
On each cabinet side, install 2" x 4' supports. Position the tops of the supports so that they are even with the level lines. Use construction adhesive and 1-5/8" square-drive deck screws to attach the supports. First, apply the adhesive then clamp the supports firmly in place, then drive the screws through the cabinet sides into each support.
Step 3: Cut the Cabinet Front
Measure the height of the sink front, and add 1/8” to this dimension when you mark the base cabinet front cutout. This allows the sink to rest just above the cut edge, without being supported by it. Depending on your base cabinet, it may be necessary to remove the doors and replace them with smaller doors.
Use a jig saw to cut out the sink-front opening.
Step 4: Install the Sink
Test-fit the sink in the opening. The entire weight of the sink should be carried by the side supports. Check that the sink is level from side to side and front to back. If necessary, add tapered wood shims to adjust.
Install the sink and use silicone caulk to fill in the gaps below the sink front, and between the sink and countertop. Read Less
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