Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 13
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Barndoggy Had to drill out the faucet holes
Overall, this is a satisfactory product, but I was surprised to see that the holes where the faucet mounts weren't there. Instead, there were indented circles where they should have been. I re-checked the description and instructions but there was no mention of having to remove anything to mount the faucet. I thought perhaps they were knock-outs, so I tried a couple careful hits. Nothing. I had to drill them out. It turned out to be an easier process than I'd feared - partially because the wood drill bit I had (the only one I had available that was large enough) worked - but was inconvenient, messy (plastic bits and shavings everywhere) and shouldn't have been necessary in the first place.
December 6, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by John Did the job
I needed a compact, light, easy to install utility sink for the basement. This was exactly what I needed. Pricing and everything else was reasonable.
If you're looking for a set tub/sink for your basement, drain sink for your washer in a utility room, this may just be what you're looking for. Light enough for just about anyone to lift, manuver and put in place.
Note: you will have to drill out the holes for facets. I would sugguest a step-up drill bit, and go easy with it. It's not that hard to do. And guys .... USE THE INSTRUCTIONS!
Don't go macho on this one!
February 5, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Kay1 Not the best product
The legs are very thin. The fact that they are adjustable does not help much. You can adjust them forever - the sink is still not very stable.
Water gets collected in the center of the sink around the drain - this is the result of a very bad design.
I would gladly return this product. But this would take additional time returning it and selecting and installing a new one. I guess I will live with the problems. They are survivable but very annoying.
August 14, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by YouKnowme Utility Sink
Can be very useful in am small apartment but not for a building Laundry not sturdy enough for the washer water load of 20 gallons Plus!!! Owner had to replace twice!!! Think before you install how much water is in the largest washer tub load!!!!! Ran over and bent the fragile legs and broke the floor pegs out the concrete!!!!!
September 29, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by jonny Does the job
This tub replaces the house's original twin-tub made of concrete. Though the original could have been everlasting, it was not the prettiest sight and we needed the space. The Veritek looks nice and clean and the tub itself, though a plastic-like material, seems solid. the soap tray area is handy. Though designed for feed tubes that come up from the bottom, it was fairly easy to adapt it to the faucet fed from above. I rate it only as average because the legs, to me, could be a sturdier design. My original sat on frame made of welded steel angle-irons. The Veritek doesn't need anything quite that solid, but its metal tube legs press-fit into the tub could give a more substantial feel. Nonetheless, it's nice to have a clean looking, easy to clean tub. I only rate the installation as average because a plumber did it as part of a larger project. Still, I probably could have installed it myself without too much trouble.
January 21, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Denny After receiving the correct legs, the tub works fine.
I had ordered the tub with round chrome-plated legs with height adjusters. I received the tub with the wrong legs--they could not be attached properly to this model of tub.
Home Depot Customer Service was able to send me the correct legs, however it took about ten days to receive them, which delayed my renovation project.
April 21, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MyNickname This product is beautiful.
Well, it is not as strong as my stainless steel one, but I am using this in the garage, It is stylish and my wife loves it. If your sink is going to be exposed to the sunlight, you should get stainless steel one.
October 11, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gorfman higher quality than the ones you see in stores
Really nice product. Surface of the veritek is almost like a corian or swanstone - it is not a "cheap plastic" look & feel.
Only downside is you need to cut the wholes out for the faucet. It was easy, but if you aren't familiar with a whole you'd need assistance.
January 1, 2013