need help with installation of undermount kitchen sink
here's the situation. i currently have an old formica countertop. i am planning cover it with marble tile (12" x 12"). i want to sandwich the undermount sink between existing formica and new marble tile. do i need to grind the bottom of the tiles that will surround the new sink since the flange of the sink will be higher than the existing formica, OR, should i cut out the formica to make the sink flange flush with the other formica surface? :confused:
you are heading for trouble
I really want to see pictures of the finished product....
the easy way to keep from makeing a total mess
out of it would be to forget about the under mount sink
and install a nice normal SS sink on top of your finished marble ........
thanks for the suggestions
well guys having a variety of suggestions from you i think i go with the topmount. i didn't take into consideration that the particle board could/would swell. as for the de-lamination....i'll take my chances. my counter has has squared edges so there's no problem there. also i plan to butt the tiles to each other without grout lines. is that a problem? i do have another question though. what do i edge the front edge and top of slash panel with? i've seen wood trim but i'm afraid it will deteriorate when it gets wet. need more help