Not sure which sink and installation method best suits your Lechner worktop? Our dealers will be happy to provide you with expert advice based on your individual requirements.
When planning the kitchen's work surface, finding a matching kitchen sink is essential because this area of the kitchen will see the most use. Lechner therefore offers a wide range of sinks to go with your tailor-made worktop and offers unsurpassed expertise when it comes to the various sink installation methods. Which is why we also provide a 5-year warranty for the sinks that we install.
Our extensive range of in-stock products includes the latest sinks from renowned manufacturers such as Schock, Franke, Blanco and Villeroy & Boch. And if your preferred sink is not available, we will gladly check whether we can install it on request
With flushmount installation, the sink is fitted at the same height as the worktop. In practice, this makes life a lot easier as crumbs and water splashes can simply be wiped off the plate into the sink. At the same time, the edge area of the sink cut-out is protected from impacts, which provides additional safety.
Undermount installation also proves its value in daily use, as unpleasant residues on the worktop can simply be wiped directly into the sink. With the undermount installation method, the edge of the worktop is exposed. This provides a visual extension of the worktop, particularly with materials whose structure is visible in the panel core, such as natural stone or quartz stone in our Mars black or Neptune white designs. This installation method is particularly suitable for
We also offer a special undermount installation method for laminate, whereby part of the sink is glued under the laminate rim so that only a small protrusion of less than 1.2 mm remains visible.
The integrated installation method offers all the advantages of the undermount method and is visually very similar to it. The difference is that this method is used for worktops with a thickness of 20 mm or greater. The integrated installation method is typically used to provide a visually elegant solution for the sink in tandem with very thick, solid worktops, whereby an invisible piece of the panel base is milled out and the sink is attached to it. This leaves a slim 12mm edge as the visible edge of the worktop. This method is primarily suitable for quartz and natural stone worktops.