Explore the Finest Selection of Butler Sinks in Australia

Discover the elegance and functionality of our premium butler sinks, crafted to enhance any kitchen design. Whether you are looking for a traditional butler kitchen sink, a fireclay sink, or modern farmhouse sinks, our collection meets every need and aesthetic. Proudly offering a wide range of styles including the popular Belfast sinks and Turner Hastings products, we cater to every taste and kitchen size across Australia.

Why Our Butler Sinks Stand Out

Diverse Range and High Quality
Our butler sinks come in various models including undermount, countertop, and freestanding options, suitable for kitchens, bathrooms, and even laundry spaces. Each butler sink is crafted from the finest materials like durable fireclay, ensuring longevity and resistance to daily wear. Our range also features ribbed designs and smooth finishes that can match any décor.

Leading Brands and Customization
We offer sinks from leading brands renowned for their quality and design. Customize your kitchen with accessories such as cutting boards and brass fixtures to complement your butler sink. Our extensive collection allows you to find the perfect sink that suits your functionality needs and style preferences.

Sustainability and Expert Advice
All our sinks, including the robust fireclay sinks, are eco-friendly, supporting sustainable living. Not sure which sink to choose? Our expert advice is always available to help you select the right sink for your space, ensuring it matches your kitchen’s aesthetics and practical needs.

Customer Satisfaction and Support
At the core of our offerings is a commitment to customer satisfaction. From detailed product descriptions to advice on installation, we provide comprehensive support throughout your purchase process. Expect top-notch customer service and swift delivery throughout Australia.

Elevate your kitchen with a butler's sink from our distinguished collection. With unmatched quality, style, and durability, our sinks are designed to complement and elevate any kitchen setup. Visit our website to explore the full range and find the butler sink that perfectly fits your home today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a butler sink?

A butler sink, also known as a Belfast sink or a farmhouse sink, is a large, rectangular, ceramic sink that is both durable and aesthetically pleasing. These sinks were originally used in butler's pantries in the early 18th century, hence the name. They have a timeless design that complements a variety of kitchen styles, especially traditional and country-style kitchens.

How to clean a butler sink?

To clean a butler sink, follow these steps: a. Rinse the sink with warm water to remove any loose debris. b. Mix a solution of warm water and a mild dishwashing detergent in a bowl or bucket. c. Using a soft cloth or sponge, gently scrub the entire sink with the soapy solution. d. Pay extra attention to the areas around the drain and faucet, where grime may accumulate. e. Rinse the sink thoroughly with warm water to remove any soap residue. f. Dry the sink with a clean, soft towel to prevent water spots and streaks. g. For stubborn stains, use a non-abrasive cleaner or a paste made from baking soda and water. Apply the cleaner with a soft cloth or sponge, then rinse and dry as usual.

How to install a butler sink?

To install a butler sink, follow these general steps: a. Measure and plan: Measure the sink and plan the cabinet and countertop space accordingly. Ensure there is adequate support for the sink's weight. b. Prepare the cabinet: Cut out the front panel of the cabinet to accommodate the sink's apron front. Install support beams within the cabinet to hold the weight of the sink. c. Install the sink: Carefully place the sink on the support beams, ensuring it is level and secure. d. Seal the edges: Apply silicone sealant around the edges of the sink where it meets the countertop to create a watertight seal. e. Install the faucet and drain: Follow the manufacturer's instructions to install the faucet and drain assembly. Connect the water supply lines and the drain pipe. f. Test for leaks: Turn on the water supply and check for any leaks in the connections. If any leaks are found, tighten the connections as needed.

Please note that these are general guidelines, and it is recommended to consult the manufacturer's instructions and hire a professional plumber if you are not comfortable with DIY projects.