|Posted by hj on December 08, 2001 at 07:33:40:|
|In response to Re: is it too late to install an undermount sink?|
In order for it to be possible the following steps are essential. The cabinet underneath the sink has to be large enough to allow working on all sides of the new sink. If the granite is mounted on plywood then the plywood has to be cut back fr enough to allow the mounts to be installed. You will have to find a flat rim sink, (with faucet holes), large enough to fill the sink opening. Then the sink mounts have to be drilled and inserted into the granite. Part of this is carpentry, part is plumbing and part is granite work.
: In my home, the previous owners installed an overmount kitchen sink in the granite counter. I would like to remove the sink and replace it with an undermount sink. Is this possible, and what is involved? Thanks!
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