We’ll bring every single piece in, one by one, and make sure it’ll fit. We bring a piece in, figure out where it strikes the walls, how many spaces you have, how to seam it together, make sure those seams lay actually, truly smooth when it makes the turn. If everything is all great, we lift the counter top up, we glues it down, we sets it completely.
We’ll take a piece back outdoors if minor modifications require to be made. We’ll notch out where he needs to notch out. We’ll bring it back in and you’ll never know the distinction.
After that, we’re going to set the sink. The sink is usually an under install. Not to state you have to go with one, it’s simply more suggested. You can wipe everything directly into your sink. The under mount– we’re going to put underneath the counter top, cut out grooves on the beyond the granite beneath so we can bolt it into location so it’ll stay there for life. We’ll still put some adhesive and of course, we’ll caulk this gap right here so no water gets in between. Following that, depending upon what faucet you picked and the number of holes you desire, we’re going to drill the faucet holes for you.
After we get all of these pieces magnificently set up like you see right here to as close as excellence as possible, we’re going to clean everything up with acetone. Get all the gunk up and we’re going to put our sealant on.
Make sure you like the work that we did. And then we clean up everything and leave it as clean as we entered your house.
After that, we’re going to set the sink. The under mount– we’re going to put below the countertop, cut out grooves on the outside of the granite beneath so we can bolt it into place so it’ll stay there for life. Following that, depending on what faucet you selected and how many holes you desire, we’re going to drill the faucet holes for you.
After we get all of these pieces wonderfully set up like you see right here to as close as perfection as possible, we’re going to tidy whatever up with acetone.