How to Install Undermount Kitchen Sink

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First, I need to inform you that an undermount kitchen sink is one of the top most rated styles. Many people will prefer to have this style of a kitchen sink since it has a high level of functionality, but besides buying the sink, you need to know how to install undermount kitchen sink.

If you have a stone surface countertop or any solid countertop, this sink type will fit perfectly. An undermount kitchen sink requires a lot of support due to its mode of installation. The entire sink weight is supported under the countertop. Due to this mode of installation, I recommend that you avoid the use of ceramic tile countertops, laminate, and wood.

Even if you have not already bought the sink, this manual can prove helpful from the beginning to the end. I can recommend you where to buy the best undermount kitchen sink before I embark on explaining to you how to install undermount kitchen sink.

The first thing you need to do is to understand the dimensions of the countertop hole and the sink size you would wish to buy. In most cases, these types of sinks will have faucet holes drilled on the wall or countertop. Once every apparatus is acquired, I can then guide you on how to install undermount kitchen sink.

Materials Required

  • New undermount sink
  • Masking tape
  • Two part epoxy
  • Faucet and Accessories
  • Bar clamps
  • Denatured alcohol
  • Sink mounting clips
  • One 100% tube of silicone adhesive caulk

Procedure:  How to Install Undermount Kitchen Sink

  • I recommend that you use the underside-up approach since it is quite easy and quick. However, be cautious that the sink perfectly centers on the counter opening so that it can be firmly installed.
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