Installing Granite Kitchen Countertops
Granite kitchen countertops – Double ball to make sure the top is the level. Measure and cut a piece of 3/4 inch plywood, and keep in mind that your tray will hang plywood when you make this calculation. Drill holes and screw the plywood into the top of the cabinet frame. Then measure and cut a cement backer board to cross the plywood. Drill and screw it on.
Preparations for appliances
If you install a sink and eat in a position that requires the granite kitchen countertops to run around it, cut holes through the substrate with a jigsaw. This is almost always necessary for the sink, but only occasionally for the stove. For the counter’s tile on board, edge placing around the sides of the counter and finishing an uneven tile count, you have to cut the tiles down to size. This is simple but will require a tray saw. It is also advisable to use a hand grinding machine to polish the coarse edges of the plates before installation.
Spread thin setting mortar on the substrate with a toothed flap. Begin with the outer row, and remember to overlay the plates outside the edge of the base with 1/4 inch to help with the edge you will add later. Keep your tray in rows, control with a level as you go. Lay your edge plates around the sides in the same way, but secure them when they wipe with masking tape. Apply mortar to plaster to make your granite kitchen countertops the same way. After it has dried, apply a high quality sealant grout to keep it from staining.