Do you have cracks in your granite in front of your sink? I have a fix for that!
Replace any sink with a farm sink without replacing your counter top and without cutting your cabinetry!
Replacing your countertops and keeping your cabinetry? Cracks forming in front and or behind your sink? I designed and patented a retrofit sink design that can be installed in existing cabinetry without cutting cabinetry. Drop in or under mount designs are available.
No need to cut your cabinetry. All other retrofit designs require you to hack up your sink cabinet. Scroll down the page and look at the video! (Check out my sexy legs in the video!) My design has an open channel behind a shorter apron. The open channel fits over the existing cabinetry face frame after you remove the false drawer heads. Our design has been copied by a few companies, with less than desirable results. You can even keep your existing countertops. I was able to design a sink that solved what was called an "impossible" cracked countertop problem...
It can be done, only at Rachiele. I own the patent and copyrights on this design. This is a patented and copyrighted design. As an end user, beware of other companies attempting to offer my designs. Do you really want to do business with a company that has already shown they are unethical? One large company has licensed my patent for their smaller stainless steel stock sinks and they indicate so on their paperwork. (Copper and Stainless sinks available with this design) When you are retrofitting there is NO room for error. Knowing how to build a sink like this is fairly easy. Knowing how to ask the right questions to get the correct measurements is another thing. I have been designing these sinks for decades and sppent 20 previous years as a professional kitchen designer. I am acutely aware of the dozens of minor details that can be overlooked by someone with less experience that can cause a catastrophy during installation day. In the 21 years I have been doing this, every sink has fit perfectly!
Below, select the sink size you need and begin building your custom sink. Since these sinks are custom, there is generally no extra charge to increase the front to back dimension. To select the length, simply select the size, or the next size larger to get your price. For example, If your sink size should be 42", select the 43" size. I would select two tubes of caulk up to 48" and three for larger sinks.
You may order online. Select the size closest to what you will need. I will be calling you to go over details and to exact the price for you. Your card will NOT be charged online. Also note that I have added a High Gloss option for the top-coat on the apron. There is no difference in durability. The standard finish is semi-gloss.Work directly with me to design these sinks. I guarantee perfection! Call me at 407-880-6903 I will send you an email packet that explains the process along with indicating what dimensons I need from you. If you need someone to cut the granite that is reliable and does good work, let me know. I likely have someone in your area that can do the work.
|Build your Custom Patented Design Retrofit Copper Farm Sink with Channel Behind Apron|
Take a look at a comment I received through an online survey I posted.
"I just purchased the Kohler Vault apron front sink that is advertised as a drop in sink that can be used with a standard sink base. I received the sink yesterday and I was very surprised to see that the quality of the welding is poor (my husband is a former welder, and he pointed out the telltale marks of a poor seam that will likely leak in the future). And, it's made in China. Kohler is claiming that their sink can be installed with the same ease that your sinks are, but that is definitely not the case. Their design is actually incredibly stupid, and perhaps it's because they were aware of your design that they altered their design in one crucial, very dumb, way: They've added two pieces of stainless steel within the channel on the front apron (perpendicular to the front) that prevent you from sliding it over the cabinet like your sink slides. It's basically unusable. And, you need to saw off the horizontal top front of your sink cabinet first. And the finish is just awful. I'm going to return it. It looks to me like Kohler is making a far inferior sink, and attempting to capture some of your market share. I wish I could afford one of your sinks, but the $550 I spent on the Kohler Vault was just about my limit. Good luck~ Christy C."
Patented channel behind the apron along with an installed photos of a top mounted retrofit apron sinks. If you would like me to send you a guide showing how the cut-out is done for a top mount sink, call or email me.