"Patented" Design Stainless Steel Apron Sink
Nantucket Sinks' has made it "EZ" for you with our EZAPRON30. Part of our Pro Series, this patented design allows you to use an existing 30" base cabinet. No more custom Apron cabinets! All the cache of an apron sink without all the additional labor. The cabinet must be of the design that includes cabinet doors and cabinet fascia panel or panels and that the apron front can rest over. Our only requirement is to make sure that the distance from the top of the cabinet to the top of the cabinet doors are greater than 7 inches to accommodate the apron. High design looks with the ease of off the shelf installation! Nantucket Sinks stainless steel sinks have thick rubber dampening pads to dampen sound. Our finishing process helps keep our stainless steel corrosion-resistant to rust and oxidation. Features a limited lifetime warranty. Colander basket drain is included with sink.
- Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty
- Brushed satin finish
- "Patneted" design
- Nantucket Sinks are sprayed with a special insulation to reduce condensation
- Rubber padding is applied for noise reduction
- Fascia above cabinet doors must be 7" minimum to accommodate apron front and still allow cabinet doors to open (easy installation using existing cabinet)
- Without Overflow
- Grid and NS35CD colander drain included (Lux Pkg.)
- Template not included
- Professional installation recommended
||304 Stainless Steel
|Lux Accessory Package
||30" x 21.25" (on corner)
||28" x 16"
|Interior Bowl Depth
||3.5" Standard drain opening (included)
||Patented design can be installed easily with non-custom cabinetry - Fits 30" (definitive) cabinet base minimum
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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