Soapstone Shop

sinkshop2 Greg Seuren at our Striebig Panel Saw, this is a carryover from the old cabinetmaking days.  Accuracy is key to building a good hand built sink.  Sink parts are fine tuned on this saw in preparation to receive the tongue and groove jointery.  This is part of Greg’s domain and he likes everything in  place so it’s ready for him to go, go, go.  I think we have a distinct advantage when it comes to sink buildingdue to our cabinetmaking background.   Each and every sink is built using tested and proven methods of construction.  Our sink bottoms are all tapered toward the drain for proper drainage.  The drains are standard size but we prefer the Kohler 8801 model drain and strainer.  If you want a special finish for this drain you should get it ordered plenty ahead of time.

 

 

 

 

 

shopDavid, Zach, Doug and Adam in the shop shaping, edging, grinding and polishing.  These guys are the best.  Great work ethics and great craftsmen.  What a pleasure it is for me to come to work each day and share the hours with these guys. Ryan and Aaron do most of our installations and you will see most of the comments in our feedback section has their names in them.  David and Scott pioneered Bucks County Soapstone through the early days and we both still love to work with our hands.