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If you’re considering installing or replacing a prep sink, or maybe even doing it yourself, there are a few basics you’ll need to know before tackling your new project. Whether you’re planning on adding to your indoor kitchen, bar area, or outdoor kitchen, the first thing to know is that a prep sink and faucet is not a “regular” faucet. Here’s a quick review of what you’ll need to know before you get started.
A prep or bar sink is a small, often secondary sink that measures about 15 to 25 inches long by 15 inches wide and is 5 to 6 inches deep. Prep sinks come in round or square styles made from stainless steel, copper, or sometimes porcelain. They are available in top mount or undermount depending on the countertop. The bar and prep faucet typically features a high, curved spout with a single water valve handle but is av