Native Trails is proud to have one of the shortest lead times in the industry. We will typically ship within 48 hours of receiving your order. In the rare instance that an item is backordered, we will notify you immediately.
Our NativeStone® Collection is reinforced with natural jute fiber, an incredibly strong and sustainable material. The result is a much lighter weight product, about 40% lighter than standard concrete, as well as an extremely crack-resistant product. In the unlikely event that a hairline crack does develop, it is not structural and the product is not considered to be defective.
While our nano sealer will withstand high heat, we recommend allowing hot pots and pans to cool before placing in the sink.
No, we currently do not offer any customization to our products.
The Uniform Plumbing Code™ (UPC™) and Canadian Uniform Plumbing Code™ (cUPC™) are designated as the American and Canadian national standards, respectively, to provide consumers with safe and sanitary plumbing systems. Commercial construction projects, as well as many residential construction projects, normally require specified products to be certified. All Native Trails sinks and bathtubs are UPC/cUPC certified, facilitating their use in all types of projects.
Due to the inherent variation in dimensions of our handcrafted products, we do not supply templates. We highly recommend waiting to receive your actual sink before making any cuts in the counter top. However, we do have spec sheets available on each product page, or you can search by product or sku in our Document Library.
No, we strongly advise against the use of plumbers putty with our products, as it may harm the finish. We recommend using 100% non-water-based silicone.
Our exceptionally high quality drains are designed to work with Native Trails sinks, and they do have some differentiating features. For example, they work well with both thicker-walled sinks (such as NativeStone®) or thin-walled sinks such as copper. Our lavatory drains thread all the way up to ensure a tight seal, a key requirement for our copper sinks. Our drains are also designed for sinks without overflows, like ours. We cannot ensure that another manufacturer’s drain will work with our sinks.
We also offer an unusual option that many find especially appealing: solid copper strainers. We offer solid copper as an option for a strainer with a living finish that will evolve like our copper sinks and never peel or chip.
The general rule for installing a kitchen sink is to leave 3” of space on either side of your sink to allow room for the mounting hardware (not included), so you will want a cabinet that is about 6” wider than the width of your sink, i.e. 24” sink (Cocina 24) would require a minimum cabinet size of 30”.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an independent, nonprofit organization established to promote and certify responsible management of the world’s forests. Forests must be managed to meet social, economic, ecological, cultural and spiritual needs of present and future generations. Native Trails uses FSC wood in our bath vanities to ensure their low impact on the earth.
Native Trails is proud to partner with the best artisans not only in the United States, but around the world as well.
Acidic substances, such as lemon juice or toothpaste, will brighten copper’s surface so that it’s as shiny as a new penny. But it will immediately begin to re-patina itself. See our article about the magic of copper for more details.