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Introducing the 1810 Company

The 1810 Company, specialises in offering a continually expanding selection of 1810 sinks, taps, and related accessories.

Based in the UK, they are dedicated to the simple yet impactful philosophy of delivering European designs that are innovative and contemporary.

1810 offers a diverse range of products from their kitchen Sink & Tap range. These come in standard as well as unique sizes, catering to those who value both exceptional quality and stylish design.

Their portfolio includes an exclusive collection of luxurious and high-value sinks and taps for kitchens, such as the Classic Rodez Taps, Moulins Taps, Areo Taps, Davanti Pullout Taps, and the distinguished Henry Holt Bridge Mixer Tap Collection.

To pair with these taps, they offer a range of premium sinks, including Belfast Sinks, Undermounts Sinks, Inset Sinks, Fireclay Sinks, and Ceramic Undermount Sinks.

As a leading supplier for 1810, JMT Trade is currently providing discounts of up to 30% on all orders made online.

Who are the 1810 Company?

The 1810 Sink Company is a Sink and Tap manufacturer and distributor, the company is the brain child of Gareth Williams (MD) the company was incorporated 2009, they currently have offices in Flintshire in the UK.

After running the company successfully for a number of years and gaining major market share, the company was acquired by Shock Group in 2022, this now opens up the full Shock sink range to UK customers.

(You can find out more about their product range on this link or click here to see our range of 1810 taps).

What Type of Kitchen Sinks do the 1810 Sink Company Offer?

The 1810 Sink Company manufacture and distribute Belfast, Granite and Stainless Steel Sinks, they also have a range of Sink Taps ranging from contemporary to Traditional mixer taps.

What is the Difference Between Inset and Undermount Sinks from 1810?

Inset and undermount sinks are both popular choices for kitchens, and they differ primarily in how they are installed and their visual appearance.

Inset Sinks: These 1810 sinks, also known as drop-in or top-mount sinks, are designed to sit on top of the countertop.

They are fitted into a pre-cut hole in the countertop and their rim or lip rests on the countertop surface, holding the sink in place.

This type of installation is relatively straightforward and can be done with almost any type of countertop material. From a visual perspective, the rim of the inset sink is visible.

Undermount Sinks: As the name suggests, undermount sinks are mounted underneath the countertop, creating a seamless look between the countertop and the sink.

This type of sink is attached to the underside of the countertop, which means the edge of the countertop hole is exposed.

Therefore, it must be professionally finished to prevent moisture damage. Undermount sinks are often used with solid surface or natural stone countertops, which are water-resistant.

One of the key advantages of undermount sinks is the ability to sweep crumbs and water directly into the sink without encountering a rim, and it provides a sleek and modern look.

Both types of sinks have their pros and cons, and the choice between the two often depends on the aesthetic you prefer, the type of counter-top you have, and your budget.

What Finishes are the 1810 Sinks Available to Buy In?

1810 sinks are available in a number of finishes, these include Stainless Steel, Purquartz, PVD, Fireclay and Ceramic Sinks.

What Type of Stainless Steel is Used to Make 1810 Sinks?

All sinks are made using 1.2mm quality steel which meets industry standards, the 18 gauge quality is used in their Etro and Zen sink models.

All 1810 Sinks are medical grade 18/10 304 Quality, this is the best for Stainless Steel Sink Manufacturing.

What is Purquartz?

Created with the power of German engineering, Purquartz sinks consist of 80% organic Quartz constituents, making them remarkably resilient and long-lasting.

These robust sinks have excellent resistance to high temperatures up to 230˚C, repel food stains effectively, and are highly resistant to impacts.

The enduring nature of these sinks is endorsed by 1810's comprehensive 75-year guarantee, attesting to their enduring build and quality.

Do I Have to Buy Extra Plumbing Parts for Sinks Made by 1810?

1810 sinks come equipped with a plumbing kit that has been given the seal of approval by the British Standards.

This kit, which can also be purchased separately if required, is all-inclusive, providing all the necessary components for a seamless sink installation.

However, please note that appliance outlets are not included in the kit and should be acquired separately.

Are 1810 Sinks Treated for Noise?

Sinks from The 1810 Sink Company are outfitted with a unique protective layer on the underside known as 'Insusound'.

This ingenious coating aids in maintaining the water's temperature within the sink bowl and significantly diminishes the noise produced during the installation of a waste disposal unit.

This is available on all Zen, Luxso and Etro steel sinks.

Do 1810 sell Single Kitchen Bowl Sinks?

Yes, 1810 have a number of options within their sinks ranges, please use the links above to find out more.