I have to put a galley sink in the kitchen that will be completely redone. This 70kg ceramic sink will not be integrated into the worktop. On which support do you advise me to put it? I had imagined two plasterboards on the sides, is it wise?
A ceramic sink must be placed on a solid and stable support. Plaster tiles (and not plasterboard) are suitable. You can also use cellular concrete tiles to make two jambs on which your sink will rest. They can then be dressed by pieces of kitchen furniture. It is therefore necessary to provide a width of these lower than the applomb of the front of the sink.
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