One of the many things that’s great about Corian is that is looks seamless. I can’t tell you how many people contact us wondering if they need to get a new counter-top when their sink is damaged. I always explain that while it looks like the counter and sink are one piece, they’re not. The sink has been under-mounted and glued to the counter-top. Because of this I’m able to cut it out at that seam and replace it with the same model sink or a different type of drop-in sink.
In this instance my customer opted for a drop-in sink. She chose the Kraus model KTM25, which is a great quality 18 gauge stainless steel sink.
What was unique about her sink installation was the band of black between the sink and counter-top. Again it looks like one piece but it’s a piece of black Corian sandwiched between the two. If she had opted for a new Corian sink she could’ve kept the black accent or I could’ve cut it out.
Check out my before and after pictures:
If you have a damaged sink or counter, shoot me an email with some pictures and I can give you a quote to repair it. firstname.lastname@example.org