I think I am about to embark on a DIY project involving removing my very old
(40 year) 5/8" countertop with some pieces pre-made at my home store.
The pre-made pieces come in either right or left 45 degree angles or
I have a classic "L" so I think I will go with the 45s. The countertop
measures nearly a perfect 10' and 6' at the longest dimension, making it a
perfect for the stuff "off the rack".
I know there is a kit that you have to get to snug up that 45 angle, but are
there any other precautions from this crowd I need to be aware about?
I'll need to cut a hole for a sink, and one for a gas cook top, too.
Additionally I think I might need to support it on one side at the end, over
the dishwasher. As the dishwasher is holding it up that end right now.
It really is overdue, and truthfully it's a stop gap until I can afford to
do cabinetry et al.
Thanks in advance,