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Houzer M-175 Midnite Sink, Black

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The Houzer M-175 MIDNITE Quartztone Series Topmount Composite Granite Double Bowl Kitchen Sink features a topmount install for an easy topmount installation and the non-porous surface is intrinsically hygienic, easy to clean and deters stains and other contaminants. This sink is 80-percent quartz, fits a 36-inch sink base, and is pre-scored up to 4 faucet holes. This unit features a high resistance to thermal shock and is UV stable and heat resistant to 500 plus degrees to resist fading, chips and scratches. This unit has a left bowl size of 14.56-inches by 18.13-inches by 9.5-inches a right bowl size of 14.56-inches by 16.13-inches by 9.5-inches and is constructed of composite granite which is 3-times harder than natural granite yet, silky to the touch. For over three decades, Houzer has been improving millions of kitchens across America and overseas, one sink at a time. Houzer offers (112) sensational models in granite, granite composite and more to match any design from traditional to contemporary. Houzer believes that sinks can make your life in the kitchen easier and more enjoyable.

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