Flaunting the same quality craftsmanship and durability of all MR Direct sinks, the 510 is a welcome and timely addition.
(PRWEB) December 29, 2013
The statistics bear it out – more and more people are moving into smaller and smaller living spaces. The reasons are varied, but seem to be primarily the result of simple economics and environmental concerns. As total home square-footage begins to decline, kitchen space proportionately diminishes as well. And, a smaller working space for food prep can mean more stress and strain in the kitchen. All this leads to the fact that an unimposing, yet functional, kitchen sink is an item coming into higher and higher demand. MR Direct, who has been offering a number of downsized sinks for years, has answered the call again by adding the new 510 model to its line of stainless steel sinks.
Flaunting the same quality craftsmanship and durability of all MR Direct sinks, the 510 is a welcome and timely addition. The double-bowl design of this sink is a rare commodity in the small sink market, and offers those who have limited kitchen space the ability to conveniently separate their chores in style.
The symmetrical, dual-basin construction is not the only feature of note. The 510 is nearly a full inch narrower than its big brother, the 505. The result is easier installation and more space savings. You can gauge the significance of this model's introduction – literally. The 510 is a solid 16-gauge stainless steel sink. That means even more durability and sound dampening. Watch for an 18-gauge option to be available soon.
All MR Direct stainless steel sinks have a beautiful brushed-satin finish which conceals any small scratches that may occur over time. Sound dampening pads are also added to all the fully-insulated sinks, minimizing any metallic sound while in use. And finally, a barrier formula is sprayed onto the underside of the sinks to further prevent condensation.
Numerous single and double-bowl sinks are offered by MR Direct for those in need of space-saving designs. Review the complete line at MRDirect.com and learn how to live large in a small space.