About Us (If you happen to be put on hold, our hold music is performed by my father)A day does not go by when I am humbled by the care and thoughtfulness of our team.

Dino Rachiele

Founder and owner of Rachiele, LLC

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Hello, This is Dino Rachiele, founder and owner of Rachiele®, LLC. I began in this industry back in 1977 as a professional kitchen, bath and other room designer. I was involved in high end remodeling and all aspects of new construction. My studies were in ergonomic design and space planning. Early on I became frustrated with the poorly designed sinks on the market. After years of frustration, I began designing sinks that made sense; sinks with rear corner drains, apron sinks that could be installed in existing cabinetry, and finally my Signature Series
workstation sinks and Evolution workstation designs. I have been awarded more than a dozen patents on my sink designs. My industry leading innovations are: 1. Rear corner drains 2. Workstation sinks 3. Textured Stainless Steel sinks (Millennia) 4. Rustic Matte Stainless sinks 5.Properly designed sinks for those in wheelchairs 6. Retrofit farmhouse sinks 7. Retrofit top mount sinks 8. Innovative patinas on copper 9. Evolution workstation sink with two internal ledges 10. The first sink to allow a double roll out full size trash mechanism in the sink cabinet and much more.

I began designing and offering Rachiele sinks in late 1998, selling exclusively to kitchen dealers, retail plumbing showrooms and a couple of online companies throughout the U.S. and Canada. During that time, I also owned a very successful online business called Luxury Home Products. In 2007 I made the decision to eliminate all products that were not made in the USA. My decision turned Luxury Home Products from an extremely profitable, multi-million dollar a year company into a very small company now called "The USA Home". I have no regrets.

In 2008 I realized that my dealer network was not able to keep up with my constant sink design improvements and options and orders were often incorrect or outdated. So, in January of 2008 we contacted all 164 dealers and told them we would no longer be selling through them and would be selling direct to the public at the same prices we had been offering to the dealer network. They all understood (thankfully). Since then, I have been offering my sinks directly to the public with personalized customer service that most dealers cannot offer. There have been hundreds of times that I have pointed out potential issues with regard to sink installation, design and overall kitchen design that someone without my background would not have seen. I feel my background is one of my most valuable offerings to you. I understand kitchen design, all aspects of home building and remodeling and I can walk you through this process comfortably and smoothly.

I now speak to every customer to make sure they are getting the appropriate product and I make myself available evenings and weekends for phone calls. Our toll free and local number on the top of the all pages are forwarded to my cell phone after hours. I am easy to reach. I genuinely love what I do. Your calls are never a bother.

By the way, as of June 11th, 2016, everyone that workes on your sink will sign it. They are all very proud of their work. I also sign every sink that leaves here. I want my eyes to be the last ones on your sink. I also make sure your sink is packaged as perfectly as possible. Thank you for considering my family company.

This stuff might look impressive, but most of what I have learned was from listening to people more successful than I.

  • 41 Continuous years in the Kitchen and Bath Industry as a professional kitchen designer)
  • Past Charter Member (Senior Advisory Board Member) of the Guild of Accredited Cabinetry Space Designers - now part of N.A.R.I. (National Association of the Remodeling Industry)
  • Past Charter Member of the Guild of Professional Kitchen and Bath Planners
  • 1995/6/7/8 President of the Florida Chapter of the Guilds Professional Kitchen and Bath Planners
  • 1999/2000 National President of the Guilds of Professional Cabinetry Space Planners
  • Consultant for the book "How to Plan Perfect Kitchens" published in 1994 (Ortho Books)
  • Selected by the Mid Florida Home builders Association to judge the 1988 Parade of Homes
  • Many local projects featured in Orlando Magazine, Orlando Business Journal, Metro Magazine and Forbes Magazine
  • Developed nationally accredited seminar on Kitchen and Bath Design and Sales
  • Selected as one of 5 judges in 1995 National Kitchen, Bath, and Other Room Design Contest
  • Graduate of Duquesne University (Psychology Major) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1974
  • Graduate Wood Mode Training School in 1977
  • Graduate of Poggenphol Advanced Design School 1978
  • Graduate of Wood Mode Advanced Kitchen and Bath Design School 1979
  • Graduate of Almillmo Advanced Kitchen and Bath Design School 1982
  • Graduate of American Institute of Kitchen Design School 1980
  • Graduate of National Kitchen and Bath School (Advanced Program) 1982
  • February 1998 Feature Article in Kitchen and Bath Design News - Kitchen Dealer Success Story
  • Honorary Co-Chairman of the National Business Advisory Council - a congressional appointment.
  • President/C.E.O. Drum Muff, Inc., Rachiele, LLC, The USA Home, and Vostra USA
  • Granted over a dozen patents for sink designs - several patents pending
  • Current Board of Directors as well as Vice President/Treasurer for Loaves and Fishes, a local food pantry. I have been volunteering at this very worthwhile charity since January of 2003 If you would like to read about it or donate, please click on this link.
  • Our sinks (and I) were featured on HGTV in 2005.
  • Our copper apron front sink featured on DYI network - House Crashers, May 2010
  • Past Interior Design Advisory Board Member, Seminole State College
  • My company was featured on the front page of the Orlando Business Journal in September, 2016 with a full page article inside. They spoke of our new factory and plans for growth over the next few years.
  • I am a serial inventor. I have a patent pending on a drum accessory that is a solution to loud cymbals, ringing tom drums and other issues. That company is called Drum Muff.
  • I also have a rock and roll band. I play guitar and keyboards as well as sing. My band is called Happenstance (currently dormant)

Meet The Rachiele Team

First and foremost, I have three wonderful children and four adorable grandchildren. I would also like to thank my parents, who have always shown nothing but love and support. My father is now 97 and my mother is 91. They are both in great health. I am so fortunate! I would also like to thank Lisa for going on this wild ride with me! She is the wind in my sails and the love of my life.

Years ago, when I first started a real job, I asked my employer what he thought I should do in order to be successful. He was a very successful entrepreneur. His name was Ray Martino of Syracuse, New York. His response was simple... "Want to catch a cold? Hang around someone with a cold". It was the best advise I have ever received. I have always tried to surround myself with wonderful people.

Imagine working at a job where there are virtually no customer complaints. The biggest stress I have is on the rare occasion when UPS damages a sink. Thankfully, that happens less than once a year. What a joyful place to work this is! Thank you for supporting our small family business for over 20 years.

These are the wonderful people that I spend my days with...


My beautiful Princess and the love of my life - she handles all the shipping and related paperwork, she orders all of the custom made crates for our sinks, she processes all of the credit card charges and does all of the bookkeeping and payroll with ease. She also creates all of the shipping labels for UPS and makes sure you are sent tracking for your order when shipped. She keeps us all on our toes!

Lori Sabina

Lori is a graduate of Purdue University with a degree in Art. She is so amazingly talented. Just take a look at the patinas on our apron sinks and you will see that her talent is unparalleled. Every day she amazes me! I doubt there is more than a handful of people in the US that can produce patina designs as well as Lori.

Our fabrication team is led by Jon. He is an expert at fabrication and CAD as well as finishing. Norm is a welder of copper and stainless and is nothing short at amazing at what he does. He also does some copper finishing. Jacob, AKA "Sparky" is an expert welder of copper, brass and stainless. He is the one responsible for the micro-weld technique on our stainless and brass sinks. He also does some finishing. David builds our fantastic wooden crates. They are glued, screwed together with countersunk screws. The sides are finished with a router and then sanded so you will not get a spliter! Several customers have commented that our packaging rivals Apple! Victor is a wonderful metal finisher and he also packs our sinks. You may see their signatures on your sink! You will certainly see mine, along with a thank you note. Every single one of these men inspect every sink. I inspect each sink before I sign the sink.

I do have to mention that music is my passion, and back in 2004 I was able to do something I had dreamed of for years. I put a rock and roll band together and we played out professionally for years. The dream was complete when we were invited to the world renowned Full Sail University's Recording Studio for an audio and video recording of our band. The Full Sail recording is by invitation only. What a thrill to hear we were invited, not for one, but for two sessions! Full Sail is a very exclusive school where graduates have worked with Beyonce, Mariah Carey, Justin Timberlake, Gloria Estefan, Usher, Rihanna and more. Here is a still shot of that event from 2006. (I am the one with the beard on the far right) For those of you who still rock, I play a Les Paul and keyboards, and oh yes, Marshall amps. Mid 2016 we became so busy that I had to leave the band. No regrets. I had a ball!