How much does a kitchen corner sink cost? Their price is determined by their size, quality and the material they are produced from.
These corner sink costs are for the sink only. Look below for other costs associated with corner kitchen sinks such as repair and installation.
Stainless steel corner kitchen sink prices:
- Average cost: $225-$400
- Low cost: $125
- High cost: More than $1,000
- Factors affecting cost: Gauge of the material, accessories, finish
Composite granite corner kitchen sink prices:
- Average cost: $400-$650
- Low cost: $325
- High cost: More than $1,100
- Factors affecting cost: Composite quality, apron design, finish, sink configuration, accessories
Porcelain or ceramic corner kitchen sink prices:
- Average cost: $675-$900
- Low cost: $500
- High cost: More than $1,500
- Factors affecting cost: Quality of the glaze, sink configuration, accessories
Cast iron corner kitchen sink prices:
- Average cost: $700-$1,000
- Low cost: $625
- High cost: More than $1,250
- Factors affecting cost: Quality of the enamel coating, sink configuration, accessories
Copper corner kitchen sink prices:
- Average cost: $800-$1,050
- Low cost: $725
- High cost: More than $1,750
- Factors affecting cost: Gauge of the copper, metalwork design features, finish, sink configuration, accessories
Other Costs Associated with Corner Kitchen Sinks
You may incur other costs beyond the price of the sink. These are:
- Cost of removing the old sink: $25-$65 when part of a larger kitchen remodeling project. Keep in mind that most contractors have a minimum fee for making the service call, and that might be as high as $125 if you’re hiring someone just to remove a sink
- Cost of installing a corner kitchen sink: $100-$400, depending what is installed, with options being supports, sink accessories, garbage disposer, on-demand water heater and water filtration system
- Corner kitchen sink repair: $75-450 ranging from the repair of minor dents or scratches to reglazing a cast iron sink
Saving Money on your Corner Kitchen Sink and Installation
These corner kitchen sink shopping tips will help you find a great sink at a price you’ll like.
- When value matters most, choose an affordable stainless steel corner sink since the material looks good and wears well
- If you prefer another material, select a basic sink in that material rather than a high-end model
- Take a look at clearance sinks for something you’d be happy with in your kitchen
- Compare prices from both local stores and online sellers
- Select a smaller sink or limit the accessories and gadgets you choose as a way to limit cost
These tips for sink removal and installation will reduce your cost for these expenses
- Remove the old sink yourself or get an experienced friend to help
- Save on disposal costs by repurposing the old sink as a utility tub or flower planter
- Install the faucet yourself, hook up water lines and the drain, and install accessories, even if a professional installs the sink
When the sink installation is part of a larger project such as new countertops or a complete kitchen remodel, then the best way to find low prices on the project is to get estimates from several kitchen contractors where you live.
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Corner Sink Price FAQ
This brief corner sink Q&A covers a few important questions.
Are used corner sinks available?
You might find a few cast iron corner sinks on eBay.
To get the lowest prices, should I hire a separate installer for the sink or allow the general contractor who is doing the cabinets and countertops to do it?
In most cases, you’ll get the lowest total price for the work if you hire a single contractor for everything. However, be sure to get estimates from several contractors who know they must give competitive bids to get the work.
With corner sinks, do you get what you pay for?
To a point, you do. A $500 stainless steel sink will look better longer than a $225 stainless steel sink. It will be a thicker gauge, so tougher and less likely to dent. Now, a $1,000 stainless steel sink might not be twice as good quality as a $500 stainless steel sink. To be worth the extra cost, it should look better, offer superior functionality and come with accessories you really like.
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