With more than 80 years experience, Leisure Sinks are the biggest manufacturer of kitchen sinks in the UK and have built a reputation on quality, consistency and longevity. Available in stainless steel and Fireclay ceramic finishes and in designs that suit both modern and traditional homes. With a warranty which could last up to 10 years - often longer than the lifetime of a kitchen - you can trust Leisure Sinks to provide perfect performance every time.
If you experience any fault due to material or manufacturing defect with your new sink, Leisure Sinks will replace Stainless Steel and Ceramic sinks within 10 years from the date of purchase. Composite sinks have a 20 year warranty from date of purchase. The warranty does not cover normal wear and tear occurring through use of the product. Stainless Steel through its lifetime will scratch and gradually form a matt finish which is not detrimental to the material. For the warranty to apply for the sinks, the owner must follow the ‘Care and Cleaning’ instructions provided with the sink. Accessories and waste fittings are not included in this warranty.
If you experience any defect in the materials or workmanship of your new tap within five years of purchase, Leisure Sinks will replace all or any part of the tap that is defective (at Leisure Sinks own discretion). All working parts and valves, decorative surface finishes, O-rings, hoses and gaskets have a two year warranty from date of purchase. This is provided that the tap has been used for normal domestic purposes in the UK and that the care, installation and maintenance instructions have been observed. The warranty extends to the original purchaser only. You should retain a copy of your dated invoice as proof of purchase to validate any claims under this warranty.
Leisure Sinkstaps are either WRAS approved or manufactured in accordance with recognised European standards. Please ensure that your kitchen tap is fitted in accordance with Local Water Byelaws. Leisure Sinks do not accept responsibility for problems that may occur through improper installation. Before installing the new tap it is essential that you thoroughly flush through the supply pipes in order to remove any remaining solder, swarf or impurities from your system. Failure to carry out this simple procedure could cause problems or damage to the workings of the tap and will invalidate the warranty.
Special care should be extended to the range of Aquanomic taps. These taps are designed to comply with The Code for Sustainable Homes and operate with a restricted flow at 3.8 litres per minute. Where these taps are fitted, additional cleaning will be required (see care and maintenance leaflet supplied with the product) to clean the spout aerator (diffuser), removing any debris trapped by the aerator and lime scale.