Rangemaster has expanded its fire-clay ceramic range of sinks with the introduction of the new Belfast-style Hartland model, offering more choice to retailers and consumers.
The Hartland sink embodies the beauty of the traditional Belfast look, which is then enhanced by the simple practicality of an inset design. This not only eases installation by ‘dropping’ in the sink, the ‘lip’ over the worktop ensures it is suitable for all materials, including laminate, as it creates a barrier against water ingress that could otherwise damage worktops. The single-bowl sink also features a deep apron front profile to create the distinctive Belfast style – designed for both contemporary and traditional kitchens.
Hartland is manufactured from fire-clay ceramic, which is highly resistant to heat, stains and scratches. It is also easy to clean, making it perfect for busy family kitchens. The new addition to the range measures 622x494mm, with a 170mm apron front, and the minimum cabinet size required is 600mm.
James Cunningham, Sales Director at AGA Rangemaster, said: “We are always looking at the latest trends to ensure homeowners have access to the style they want. In its white fire-clay ceramic finish, the Hartland offers a stunning Belfast style in an inset sink, allowing consumers to achieve the traditional farmhouse look with any worktop material.”
Available in gloss white, Hartland is supplied with a waste kit and 10-year warranty. For more information on Hartland, and all Rangemaster sinks and taps, please visit www.rangemastersinks.co.uk. Alternatively, trade customers can call 0115 946 4000.