A copper sink is a thing of beauty, a handcrafted creation that adds distinction to any kitchen. You’ve got two equally appealing options for copper sink care. The first is to allow it to acquire a natural patina over time that gives it character and interest. Only basic maintenance is required, if that is your choice. The second option is to use copper cleaner on the metal to maintain the shiny glow of a new sink.
These options are explored in the Copper Sink Maintenance and Care guide, and you can see examples on our Copper Sink Pinterest page.
Copper Kitchen Sink Guides
Our goal is to be the only source you need for researching copper kitchen sinks. To that end, we’ve created a comprehensive set of guides, just as we have for stainless steel, porcelain, granite composite and other materials.
- The Copper Kitchen Sink Buying Guide provides a general overview and includes copper sink pros & cons, pricing information and sink types and styles. The Guide makes it easy to compare copper with other materials you are considering.
- The Copper Kitchen Sink Price Guide gives cost information for copper sinks in the four most common types: Topmount (aka drop-in or self-rimming), undermount, corner and apron/country/farmhouse.
- The Copper Sink Maintenance and Care Guide provide tips for keeping your sink in excellent condition with a pretty patina or brilliant shine.
Copper Sink Pinterest Page
Our very popular Pinterest pages offer ideas and inspiration for all the sink materials and types includes in our guides. The copper sink page will give you a good idea of how a copper sink would look in your kitchen design.
Finding a Copper Sink Installer or General Kitchen Remodeling Contractor
How big is your project? Whether you’re just replacing the sink or tearing out the entire old kitchen to replace it with something awesome, we can help you find the right people to do the job.
When you select the Free Estimates option and fill out a brief form, you’ll receive written estimates for the work from some of the top kitchen contractors where you live. They know they’re competing for the work, so it’s a great way to find the right combination of low prices and reliable experience. The service is free, and there is no obligation for using it.