Monday, May 11, 2009

The old double concrete sink in the basement

I was beginning to think it was an anchor holding the house down. I mean, it's heavy enough, you know?

Anyway, after doing a little research, like here, I discovered that some people actually WANT these things.

I think this one is concrete, and not soapstone, and has no legs.

If you want it, or know someone who does, let us know, otherwise it's headed to the Covington Reuse Center or Criagslist.

I need the room down there to get to the new sink we installed just behind it. Grrrr.

It's currently covered in a fine dusting of sawdust, so that's not the real colour.


Wife said...

Yeah!!!! It's gone!!!!!
(Thank you, Brian and CraigsList!)

Hub said...

That thing was HEAVY. Not Greek God heavy, but close enough.

We're happy to be rid of it and they're happy to have it.


Joanne said...

We just disconnected our concrete sink and are about to haul it upstairs and outside (not looking forward to that). I'm having mixed feelings about it--it's kinda ugly and doesn't fit into our laundry room remodel, but it is an original feature of the house! Oh well, it will probably end up on Craigslist, too.

Anonymous said...

how much did you get for it when you sold it i have one and want to get rid of it

The Wife said...

That sink was so darned heavy, we were willing to PAY for someone to take it away. That said, the two fellas who took it away didn't charge us a dime. ;-)

Anonymous said...

some of these can go for two grand !!

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