Kitchen design is constantly changing to reflect the trends of the time but at Weinstein Bath & Kitchen Showroom in Broomall, we take all the guesswork out of it. In our showroom, we display the latest trends and technologies in kitchen design and encourage customers to look, touch and feel those products. Our showroom consultants will work with you step by step to ensure you choose the products for your kitchen that maximize functionality and efficiency. Whether you are looking to choose products for your new home, are in the process of remodeling your entire kitchen or are simply looking to upgrade your faucet and sink; our consultants can help you navigate the sometimes intimidating process.
The sink is one of the most important and most used part of the kitchen. Because kitchen sinks are used both in meal preparation and cleanup after eating, customers are looking for kitchen sinks to be versatile, durable in addition to looking great in their kitchens.
Kitchen sinks come in a variety of shapes, sizes, materials and styles.
Self-Rimming Sinks: Self-rimming sinks, sometimes called drop in sinks, are the most popular and most affordable type of kitchen sink. Drop in sinks mount via a rim around the sink that sits on the countertop, while the rest of the sink fits into a cutout.
Undermount Sinks: Undermount sinks have seen a recent surge in popularity mirroring the rise natural stone or quartz. Because these sinks are mounted under the counter, they both look seamless and allow for easy clean up.
Integrated Sinks: Integrated sinks are manufactured as part of the larger counter top or island. Integrated sinks do not have a grout line, provide a seamless look and easy cleanup. They are made out of the same material as counter tops: quartz, granite, stainless steel and even marble.
Tile-In Sinks: Tile-in sinks are made to fit into tiled countertops. They have squared off corners and sides to fit in with those tiles.
Apron Front Sinks: Apron front sinks, sometimes referred to farmhouse sinks, feature an exposed front side of the sink. They are meant to fit into a space cut out of the counter.
Stainless Steel: Stainless steel is the most popular material for kitchen sinks. Stainless steel is affordable, durable and easy to clean. Stainless steel sinks can be self-rimming, undermounted, integrated or apron front. The can be unassuming or provide an industrial or professional kitchen aesthetic, depending on how they are incorporated into the larger kitchen design.
Cast Iron: Cast Iron sinks have been popular since the beginning of the twentieth century. They are extremely durable and can be finished in a large variety of different colors.
Composite or Stone: Composite or stone sinks can be mostly granite, quartz or some other stone material. They are durable, but can be harmed by some corrosive cleaners. Composite sinks come in a wide variety of shapes, colors, sizes and configurations.
Copper: Copper sinks are extremely versatile, easy to maintain and look great. Unfortunately, they can be very expensive and can be damaged.
Depending on what material you choose for your sink, there are a wide variety of color options available.
Brands: At Weinstein Bath & Kitchen Showroom in Broomall we proudly sell the following brands of kitchen sink: Kohler, Luxart, Blanco and Elkay.
Pull Down: Typically feature a high arc spout & a spray hose that is pulled directly down from the end of the spout. High arcs allow for filling and cleaning larger pots and dishes.
Pull Out: Similar to pull down, except usually lower arcing and less expensive
Side Spray: Traditional faucet where sprayer is located separately from the rest of the faucet, usually on the right hand side
Two Handle: Can take many shapes and styles, but use two handles to adjust the temperature and volume of the water flow instead of one
The options for kitchen faucets are virtually endless, meaning that there is a faucet for every style from traditional to contemporary to everything in between. Our consultants at Weinstein Bath and Kitchen Showroom in Broomall are ready to match your unique style with the perfect kitchen faucet.
At Weinstein Bath & Kitchen Showroom in Broomall, we display and sell the highest quality kitchen faucets from leading manufacturers including: Kohler, Moen, Luxart, Delta, Brizo and Grohe.
Touch or Touchless Faucet: Touch faucets turn and off with a gentle touch of a hand or wrist to the faucet body. Touchless faucets feature a sensor located that can turn the water on with movement.
Bridge Faucet: Bridge Faucets feature two or three separate posts with a horizontal bar joining them. These types of faucets are very popular in traditional and farmhouse style kitchens.
Commercial Style Faucet: Commercial or semi-professional faucets are gaining popularity amongst hobby cooks and those searching for an industrial style kitchen. They are styled similarly to pre-rinse spring faucets found in professional kitchens
Pot Filler: Pot fillers are mounted behind or next to the stove and eliminate the need to carry heavy pots across the kitchen
Bar/Prep Faucet: Secondary sinks are becoming increasingly popular, especially on kitchen islands. Faucets for these sinks are typically smaller in size but have much of the same functionality as their larger counterparts
Finishes: The manufacturers whose faucets we sell at Weinstein Bath & Kitchen Showroom in Broomall are some of the leaders in providing a wide variety of quality faucet finishes. We proudly display kitchen faucets in the following finishes
We do not sell kitchen cabinets at Weinstein Bath & Kitchen Showroom, but can find the perfect luxury kitchen fixtures to match whatever cabinets you may choose.
At Weinstein Bath & Kitchen Showroom in Broomall, we want you to love your kitchen. Professionals have been trusting Weinstein Supply for quality plumbing supplies for over 75 years. Now trust us to help you find the luxury kitchen fixtures that you need to create your ultimate dream kitchen.
Weinstein Supply Bath & Kitchen Showroom in Broomall, PA
Weinstein Bath & Kitchen Showroom in Broomall is Delaware County’s premier destination for customers looking to design a new bath or kitchen or remodel an existing space. Customers will experience an immersion into the latest styles and innovations from industry leaders in our brand-new, state-of-the-art showroom.