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Updating counter tops

When measuring for block outs or cutouts, don’t measure the actual appliance, use the “rough in” measurements provided by the appliance, or sink, manufacturer.

With today’s new appliance styles and a variety of countertop materials from which to choose, installing the elements in the right order is essential.

Countertop design typically revolves around the new appliance specifications.

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Using a paper template of the countertop configuration, including the placement of appliances and fixtures, like the sink, will help you spot problems before you install the countertop.

In some type of countertops, like poured decorative concrete, framed block outs that represent the sink and range are constructed in advance.

The type of countertop you choose determines how it’s installed.