Stainless Steel sinks, Hand Crafted in the USA - Under Mount Stainless Steel Sinks
I offer three very different types of stainless steel for our sinks. First, we have the traditional brushed stainless. Secondly, I have a custom finished stainless that looks just like zinc. Thirdly, I have Millennia - a stainless with an embossed pattern that hides scratches and water spots. I also manufacture the most ergonomically efficient stainless steel sinks on the market. Single bowl, rear corner drain sinks are the sinks of today. My Signature Series sinks, with ledges to support drain grids and cutting boards are designed so you can do all of your food preparation on the sink instead of on the countertop. Click on the image below to see a custom 48" Signature Series, Rustic Matte Stainless sink with several accessories.
These are some of the under mount stainless sinks we have built. The big value in our sink design is the rear corner drain and the optional Signature Series ledges and accessories. We use only domestic stainless in our manufacturing. Ask where your stainless is coming from when comparing sinks. You might be surprised to find the stainless comes from China!
Rachiele under mount stainless steel kitchen sinks are all built one at a time - fully custom. If you are left handed, you deserve a left handed sink like this one. Rear corner drains allow you to wash on one side and set off on the other - while offering the ability to have one large bowl. Best yet, the drain is not in the way when washing large items.
Under mount double bowl stainless steel sink with drain board and a rear deck for a faucet and soap dispenser. This type of sink is very expensive and difficult to build as a custom sink. Hence, you will not likely find other custom manufacturers offering a drain board sink. Expect to pay upwards of $6,000. A bit less in the Rustic Matte finish.
Brushed stainless hammered bar or prep sink with a rear corner drain. Consider this before making a bad choice investing in a nickel plated sink. The nickel plating will wear off!
This under mount brushed stainless sink has a rear deck so the faucet and accessories are built into the sink. This type of sink is also often seen as a top mount sink.
This is a workhorse of a sink! The Millennia texture helps to hide scratches and water spots. The Signature Series option allow for total food preparation within the confines of the sink. No more messy countertops. In fact, I bet you will only be dusting your countertops from now on!
This is a gorgeous option that can also be hammered. Our Hand Finished Rustic Matte Stainless sinks are easy to care for and happens to look exactly like Zinc. Scratches can be buffed out with a grey Scotch Brite Pad (we include with each sink). You can keep your sink looking brand new for decades!
This is an under mount, hammered brushed stainless steel Signature Series sink showing 12" stainless grid. The sink is hand made of 16 gauge stainless steel. I offer a lifetime transferable warranty on all of my sinks. They are made right here in Apopka, Florida.
Our custom Signature Series sinks feature a right or left rear drain, a ledge in the front and back that allows several optional cutting boards and a grid (shown). If you love cooking, this is your sink. This is an option on all of our sinks. Note: This photo is one of our original Signature Series sinks (interior ledges were 1"). We have purchase machinery and tooling that will allow all of our sinks to have 1/2" ledges.
We do make double bowl sinks, however, I feel strongly that they are no where near as useful as a single bowl sink with a right rear drain. We only make about one of these a year folks!
This is a triple bowl under mount stainless sink with our proprietary Rustic Matte finish. This sink is being used in a laundry room. We built three grids to allow for placing or folding clothing on the sink. This sink measured 48" long and was 10" deep. This sink was built for a well known celebrity.
This is the same sink as seen on the left. A sink like this takes an extreme amount of time and engineering. There is a tremendous amount of welding required and stainless has a tendency to warp when welded. Due to the complexity and time involved in building a custom sink like this, the price would be quite high. Get our the paddles to jump start the heart.
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A side note...
I have been told that a great deal of stainless sinks are being imported from China. I am very careful about making comments where I do not have first hand knowledge, therefore, I will let you know that the following information was gleaned from a friend in our industry. He told me that he thought he could make "a ton" of money selling stainless sinks that he was importing from China. He showed me photos and his cost. I was shocked at how nice the sinks looked and the low price he was getting them for. About 8 months later, he called me and said he had to stop selling the sinks, as he was getting numerous calls from his customers complaining of rust inside the sinks. Moral of this story...Make sure you know where your sink is made and what kind of warranty you will get.