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Choosing a Sink And Faucet

When you need to narrow down your choices for sinks and faucets, consider the following questionnaire. Ask these questions or print them out when you get ready to shop.

The following information is available as a PDF document. Please feel free to print it, answer the questions and send it back to us. Choosing a Sink And Faucet.


1. Will I be using the sink for light duty like rinsing, or do I plan to actually wash dishes in it?

2. Would I like to chop vegetables at the sink with a cutting board that fits across it?

3. Would I like one or two sinks? Would I like two so that I can use one for washing dishes and another for prepping supplies?

4. As far as convenience and ease of use, where will I want to have my sinks located?

5. Will I need to consider the material used in my current countertops when I choose my new sink?

6. Do I have a certain preference for how the sink is installed? Do I like sinks that fit under the counter, have their own rim or are integral installed?

7. Do I like a certain color for my new sink or do I like stainless steel options?

8. Which do I prefer most: one, two, or three bowls with my new sink?


1. Do I do a lot of cooking with large pots, and will I need a high-necked faucet to accommodate them?

2. Am I interested in accessibility? Would I like a faucet located directly adjacent to the stove top?

3. Will my new faucet need to be connected directly to the sink, attached to the wall, or connected to the countertop?

4. Am I interested in having a water filtration unit included with my faucet?

5. Will I need a sprayer nozzle included with the faucet?

6. Do I have a certain style in mind? Do I like sharp or soft lines? As far as the handle, do I like a double control for the water temperatures or do I like something more like a lever?

7. What type of finish do I like? Am I interested in a metallic style or am I looking for a certain color?

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