What is the difference between a drop-in sink and an under-mount sink?

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A drop-in sink or Self-rimming sink is a style in which the sink mounts into the countertop cutout. No polished stone edge is necessary in this case because the sink will overlap every side. An under-mount sink on the other hand sits below the cutout allowing the polished stone edges to show. This style is much more common with our clients; however, costs are higher because of the extra work it requires. more
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