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Kitchen Sinks

Buy a new kitchen sink from our extensive range. Here you'll find both large and more compact sinks in a wide variety of styles. All of our kitchen sinks are sourced from big name brands so you rest assured of their lasting quality. Browse our kitchen sinks for sale and enjoy free standard UK delivery on orders over £499 at Victorian Plumbing.

Kitchen sinks are available in a range of sizes and styles. An extra large, deep kitchen sink is a great choice for larger spaces, while a more compact kitchen would benefit from a more shallow or small kitchen sink. Whether you use your kitchen sink for washing dirty dishes or for food preparation, you can rely on the quality of the products that we offer. Our new kitchen sink collection features everything from classic stainless steel kitchen sinks, traditional white ceramic sinks and modern black sinks.

Our range of single bowl, 1.5 bowl and double bowl sink options will suit all manner of kitchen sink units. You can filter your selection based on shape, type, colour, material and size, as well as enjoy financing options on select products. In addition, you can choose sinks with or without drainers. Browse our vast range of kitchen sinks for sale and buy online at Victorian Plumbing.

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Reginox Traditional White Ceramic 1.5 Kitchen Sink + Mixer Tap Medium Image

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FAQ's

Because you use them on a regular basis, for a variety of tasks such as food preparation and cleaning the dishes, kitchen sinks are one of the most important features of your home so it makes sense to choose something which is practical and meets all the requirements you have.

But how will you know what's right for you? With so many kitchen sinks for sale to pick from, it might seem a bit confusing at first but, in this guide, we'll detail all the info you need to make a more informed purchase.

 

What types of kitchen sinks are there?

There are a wide variety of kitchen sinks, with certain types more suitable for specific tasks. Firstly, they differ in terms of the number of bowls. Single bowl sinks are available in a wide range of designs and are ideal if you live alone or the kitchen isn't particularly big as they won't take up as much room as other options. Double bowl sinks, on the other hand, offer greater flexibility in managing tasks, allowing you to multitask efficiently. They're perfect for larger households or kitchens where various culinary activities occur simultaneously. 

Secondly, not all kitchen sinks are fitted the same way. Under-mounted sinks, as the name suggests, are fitted to the underside of your worktop, making them ideal for matching with wooden or granite worktops. Sinks can also be flush mounted, while inset sinks sit with their edges just atop the work surface.

 

Are all kitchen sinks a standard size?

No - kitchen sinks can vary quite considerably in size. Single bowl sinks are usually much smaller and compact than something like a Belfast sink, which are a lot deeper.

 

What is the most durable kitchen sink material?

There are plenty of different materials used for kitchen sinks, each with its own advantages. Stainless steel sinks are tough and easy to maintain, as well as being cheaper than other options. Ceramic sinks have an elegant appearance that will complement a wide range of kitchens, but aren't necessarily the most durable. Granite sinks are perhaps the most durable and robust, as well as being resistant to stains.

 

Is it easy to replace a kitchen sink?

Replacing a kitchen sink can be an easy task, especially if your new sink is the same type and size as the one that is being replaced. If you can't use your existing water supply pipes or waste outlet, or are looking to replace a small sink with a much larger option, then installing a kitchen sink can become a more difficult task.