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Installing Countertops

All about counter top installation

This is the day you have been waiting for, the installation of you beautiful new stone countertops. Here are some tips to help make the installation process go smoothly for both you and the installation crew.

Make sure everything has been cleared from the existing countertops prior to the installers arriving at your home. It is not necessary to remove items in the pullout drawers or in the cabinets below the countertops unless you would rather not risk them getting a little dusty.

Whoever will be home to let the installers in should be aware of the location of the water main coming into the house. The installers will need to shut off the valve to remove the existing countertops and the faucets.

Have all new faucetry readily available. The installation crew will ask you for your faucets when they are ready to drill the holes into the countertop. Every faucet is different and will have options for how they will be laid out so giving this some thought before hand can save you and the installers some time.

The last thing the installation crew will do after clean up is seal your countertops. You will want to purchase some quality sealer to seal them yourself twice a year to ensure that they look as good ten years from now as they do on this day.

I am just a phone call away if you have questions about countertop installation in the Phoenix area. 480 292-0975.

   

Installing Counter Tops In Phoenix, Arizona