Top and undermount, and farmhouse sinks all have advantages in cost and convenience. Trough sinks, however, proved impractical.
Think about functionality before looks; a single tub sink might work better than a double one.
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What do you get when you pay top dollar for a sink or a faucet? Less money to spend on the rest of your kitchen. Our tests
found that despite the hype, sink and faucet prices have little to do with performance. If you're looking for information
about sinks, Consumer Reports is your best resource. Use our sink buying guide to learn about the sink features that are most important to consider. We
also provide recommendations on the best types of sinks including stainless steel, cast iron and solid surface.