Do We Cut Corners?
Well, how nice of you to ask!
We come across a lot of kitchens with sinks in the corners, usually on an angled cabinet.
The granite countertops for these kitchens is trickier than those where the sink is along a straight run of countertop.
Sometimes we can cut the entire corner in one piece, which is extra fabulous when that happens. We try to avoid seams in the counter, especially near the sink holes, whenever possible.
Whether or not your sink corner is going to arrive in one piece, or two usually depends on two things:
- The size of the corner vs. the size of the slab (i.e. does it even fit on the material?).
- The access to the kitchen – meaning, is there room to even carry in a really big piece, and is it safe to do so?
Granite for Kitchens with Corner Sinks
If you have a sink in the corner and need new granite counters, give us a call. We can go over your plans and can tell you straight up what your options are.