I recently helped a client with choosing vanity sinks for both of her bathrooms - for the master we chose some really gorgeous glass undermount sinks but then when it came time to install them we had a hard time finding a plumbing company who knew how to do it. I'm not sure how long they've been around, but the plumber used by the granite fabricator (we also did new granite in her kitchen and both baths) had never seen them and a friend who owns a commercial plumbing company had never seen them.
Just wanted to give y'all a heads up - we chose them because they were gorgeous (looked like crinkled cracked glass) and they had a color that matched one of the colors in the granite slab we were using - but the next time I'm going to be a bit more careful to make sure whatever we get doesn't end up being more of a problem for the client to have installed.
How were the glass sinks attached to the countertops?
After fixation the glass sinks, The overall appearance seems good and stylish. But we should take more care at the time of fixation of glass. It is the main task to be completed carefully.
Need some fixation of completed spam control.
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