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undermount bathroom sink gap

9 years ago

I usually post on some of the other boards here at GW, my first bathroom post I think. We recently toured a home built by our builder and I immediately noticed in the bathroom how there is a large gap in between the countertop and the undermount sink. It's definitely something I'm going to have to pay attention to in order to avoid the same happening in the home we are going to start building soon. Can you tell me where the issue is here:



Is it a problem with the installation of the countertop or is it the sink itself? How tight a fit is reasonable to expect with an undermount bathroom sink? (I would hope pretty darn tight). This particular setup looks like a cleaning disaster. If the issue lies with the sink, what do I need to look for in the sinks we choose to have a tighter fit?

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