How much does a cast iron sink cost? The price you’ll pay depends on many factors. This cast iron sink cost guide will give you a clear idea of the prices you find when you shop for the kind of sink you prefer.
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Factors that Affect Cast Iron Kitchen Sink Prices
You’ve got a lot of enticing options for cast iron sinks, and together, they’ll determine the cost of the sink:
- Size: Cast iron sinks are available in widths less than 18” and greater than 40”. Depths from about 6” to about 12” are available. The greater the capacity the sink has, the more it will cost.
- Configuration: Choose from single, double and triple cast iron kitchen sinks. These are also known as 1-bowl, 2-bowl and 3-bowl models. We’ve produced individual sets of guides for each of these three configurations that include pros & cons for comparing them.
- Types: Cast iron sinks include topmount (drop-in, self-rimming), undermount, farmhouse and apron styles. See our sets of guides for each of these sink types to decide which is right for your kitchen.
Cast Iron Kitchen Sink Prices
Here are price ranges for the cast iron sinks available from leading brands:
Cast iron topmount kitchen sink prices:
- Average cost: $300-$600
- Low cost: About $85
- High cost: Up to $2,400
- Factors affecting cost: Sink capacity, number of bowls, quality of the enamel, stylistic details
Cast iron undermount kitchen sink prices:
- Average cost: $350-$700
- Low cost: About $100
- High cost: Up to $2,700
- Factors affecting cost: Sink capacity, number of bowls, enamel quality, stylistic details
Cast iron apron and farmhouse kitchen sink prices:
- Average cost: $500-$850
- Low cost: About $250
- High cost: Up to $3,000
- Factors affecting cost: Sink capacity, enamel quality, stylistic details
Enameled steel kitchen sink prices:
- Average cost: $175-$400
- Low cost: About $50
- High cost: Up to $1,200
- Factors affecting cost: Sink capacity and type, enamel quality, stylistic details
Saving Money on your Cast Iron Sink and Installation
These tips for buying a cast iron sink and having it installed can dramatically reduce your cost.
- Shop broadly for sinks, both at local stores and respected online retailers
- Look at clearance and discounted sinks, since many are very attractive but simply being cleared out to make way for new models
- Choose an affordable enameled metal sink (some are quite expensive) instead of a costlier cast iron sink
- Consider a smaller capacity sink over a large sink
- If you’re removing an old sink, do the work yourself
- Get estimates from several installers to find the lowest price
Whether your new sink is a stand-alone project or is part of an entire kitchen remodeling project, we can help you get cost-saving estimates. Choose the Free Estimates option on this page, and you’ll receive written estimates from three of the top kitchen installers where you live. There is no cost for using the service, and you’re not obligated to accept any of the estimates. It’s a hassle-free, convenient way to discuss your project with qualified contractors who will compete to give you the lowest cost.
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