Wonderfully Franke

This is where you’ll find tips and advice about our wonderful products. There’s nothing ordinary about our kitchen systems. 

Enjoy the Benefits of Granite with Fragranite Sinks

Fragranite sink, Franke
Friday, May 13, 2016

Combine an outstanding concept from Franke with an outstanding material like granite and what do you get? You get Fragranite!

Most are familiar with the idea of using granite to build kitchen countertops, but few associate this material with sinks. However, we’re pretty sure that’s about to change in the near future!

4 Ways to Save Electricity with your Electric Geyser

electric geyser
Tuesday, March 22, 2016

We use our electric geysers daily, but because they aren’t openly exposed in our homes, we often forget about them. However, with cold weather approaching, it’s probably wise to pay your good ol’ geyser a visit to make sure that you aren’t faced with any hot water shortages during the cold months – there’s nothing worse than a freezing cold shower in the middle of winter!

How Safe Is Our Drinking Water?

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Many of us automatically assume that our water is safe to drink straight out of the tap. But is this assumption correct? With South Africa’s crumbling water infrastructure and poor Municipality maintenance, we think it’s best to err on the side of caution. When it comes to the safety of your drinking water, it’s wise to take every step possible to filter out any potential hazards to your health.

4 Easy and Cost Effective Ways to Unblock your Kitchen Sink

Clogged Sinks
Tuesday, February 2, 2016

 

Can you picture life without your kitchen sink? Rinsing veggies, washing bulky pots and pans and getting that awful layer of grease off your hands after cooking would all become problematic if you were to go without it. But when facing a clogged sink, we are forced to realise how much we take it for granted. In fact, there are probably few features in the kitchen that we use more than our sinks.

How to Install a Drop-On Sink

Friday, November 20, 2015

 

As the name implies, drop-on sinks are merely sinks that are ‘dropped’ onto a countertop, which has been cut to size beforehand. One way to differentiate this kind of sink installation from the rest is by noticing how the sink rim is placed above the countertop rather than below. This sink installation technique is very popular as the method requires little effort and is uncomplicated.

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