Lamontagne Vessel Sinks November 05th, 2017 - 09:54:04
A special caution for glass vessel sinks. If you are installing a glass vessel, be sure to provide a cushion between the glass and the counter. This can simply be a bead of silicone or you may want to line the hole in your counter with a small piece of rubber material. In addition, be sure that you dont over tighten the drain assembly. Hand tighten only and follow the manufacturers instructions. The breakage we see with glass vessels is usually associated with an improper installation of the drain.
You also need to consider just how much effort you want to put into maintaining your new vessel sink. These sinks come in a variety of materials including ceramic, glass, wood, stone, marble and copper. Many of these materials require added maintenance to keep the sink looking good and functioning like it should. Glass sinks, even tempered glass are prone to breakage and so special care needs to be taken each time you use a sink made of this material.
The way that the bathroom vessel sinks perform is yet another reason that I highly recommend them to my clients. Have you ever had a sink that practically had the water dribbling out of it? Or even had the water come out so forcefully that it would splash all over the bathroom including you? These vanities are made to be of the best quality, and to outperform any other sink. Just try one yourself, and you will see what I mean.
Vessel sink vanities are built for life. I have not ever in my time of dealing with these sinks been disappointed by them. I have not ever had one break down or stop working and that is because of the standards of the manufacture. Furthermore, vessel sink faucets are made to last, and the quality of the craftsmanship and the materials that are used are the big reason that they are so successful at this.