Questions about: countertops

The processes that create fossil fuels are complex, and take place over extremely long periods of time. The oil and gas we use today began as plants and animals living millions of years ago. When the living things died, layers of sediment buried thei
When making concrete it's important to use the correct concrete mixing ratios to produce a strong, durable concrete mix. To make concrete there are four basic materials you need: portland cement, sand, aggregate (stone), and water. The ratio of aggre
My counter tops have been cut in a precision miter and holes made underneath for the bolts that join the corner together. We did a dry fit and everything joins perfectly. Normally, you would lay down the longest run, then affix the perpendicular run
Topcoat has bumps when dry. This can be the result of the finish or the floor being too cold, humidity being too high, the previous coat(s) not being dry before this last coat was applied, or overworking the finish during application. In addition, no
What I would do is put some 2x4" Southern Yellow Pine or even better Oak framing under to brace those flimsy compressed wood cabinets. Otherwise they will bow out over time. Then I would get an epoxy based coating for concrete
Once pure silicone is cured there are no cleaners or solvents, that I'm aware of (maybe an acid), to remove or dissolve it. I've had very good success removing dried silicone that had not been applied carefully by "pushing" it off the surface. With y
After 15 years of use, my 20"x14" cutting board looks tired. Now that I'm looking to put in fresh kitchen countertops, I'm contemplating using the same kind of wood (do identify the type if you know) for a far larger area, but I know that its upkeep
Actually, I noticed two problems with your countertop. One, the gap does seem too large for a stone countertop. Two, the seam is perpendicular when it should have been cut and fitted at a 45 degree angle
The most popular outdoor kitchen design we custom build on-site is the 90 degree L-share design. This design is always the same in a general way be is always customized to the size and use of each individual client. Some clients will use the extra le
Please help! I've been trying to find the answer to this question and can't seem to find anything online. We just paid for new engineered quartz countertops (not one of the large brand names) and thought we got a great deal on them. They're a medium