This classic method of installation involves your sink being installed from above into a pre-prepared hole in your worktop.
It gives you the widest range of sink shapes, sizes and styles to choose from, so you can be sure that there is an inset style sink to suit your kitchen.
Particularly pleasing when combined with granite, wood or solid surface worktops, undermount sinks allow for smooth, uninterrupted surfaces. Fitted underneath the work surface, it gives an edgeless finish that is easy to clean and is perfectly integrated into the kitchen environment.
The Slimtop design is installed just the same way as an traditional inset sink. Due to slim profile of the ledge it will have only a slightly elevated transition from the worktop to the sink.
The Flushmount design is very similar to the slimtop profile with the difference of having the ledge even with the worktop. To achieve this, the worktop has to be milled out with the size of the ledge. The sink is installed so to cover the milled part. The two materials (sink and worktop) will meet at the same height.