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Things to Consider

Sink Basics

There are several important items to consider before selecting and installing a kitchen sink. To identify the type of sink you are working on or to assist customers with design decisions, consider the following:

Sink Thickness

What gauge or thickness of metal does the customer prefer? Keep in mind, the lower the gauge, the thicker and more durable the sink will be.

Space

Whether for a remodel or new construction, be sure to consider length, depth, width and/or shape of the existing hole.

ADA Compatibility

A common request in Multi-Family properties where wheelchair accessibility may be necessary, these sinks feature a rear drain location and bowl depths ranging from 5.5" to 7" to provide proper compliance flexibility during installation as well as offering the user increased workspace and adequate knee clearance.

Sink Mounting

Does the customer prefer drop-in, undermount or apron? These options also may be limited if the sink is being placed in an existing countertop.

Sink Type

Does the customer prefer drop-in, undermount or apron? These options also may be limited if the sink is being placed in an existing countertop.

Sink Designs

Does the customer want a D-shape, standard rounded shape or zero radius design? Note that if they are using an existing countertop their options may be limited.

How to Identify Gauge

It is difficult to identify sink gauge visually; however, if you press your hand down on the base of the sink or walls and it feels like there is some "give" or pliability, it is a higher-gauge sink (20- or 22-gauge).

Sink Shapes

Whether you are helping a customer pick out a new sink or trying to identify the one that is currently installed, there are a number of options available.

Sink Shapes

Moen Standard Sink Shape

Standard

Rectangular-shaped bowls with rounded corners. Available in single bowl, double-equal bowl and double-offset bowl sinks.

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Moen Round Service Shape Kitchen Sink

Round

These are usually limited to bars or small service sinks.

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Moen D Shape Kitchen Sink

D-Shape

One side of the sink (typically the side facing the kitchen) is flattened and the opposite side (where the faucet sits) is rounded. Available in single bowl, double-equal bowl and double-offset bowl sinks.

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Moen Zero Radius Kitchen Sink

Zero Radius

All four corners are square, similar to a box. Available in single bowl, double-equal bowl and double-offset bowl sinks.

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Single Bowl

From large rectangles to small circular bar sink options, these sinks have one bowl.

Moen Sink Single Bowl

Double-Equal Bowl

Both bowls are the same size. One of the downspouts is hooked up to the disposal (optional).

Moen Sink Double Equal Bowl

Double-Offset Bowl

There are two bowls, but one is larger to accommodate larger pans and dishes. Typically the disposal is connected to the downspout of the smaller bowl.

Moen Sink Double Offset Bowl
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