Series Conclusion and Recap Well, after about a week of posting, reviewing, and commenting on this project, we have reached the conclusion of the series covering how to install a granite kitchen counter top. This video is basically a summary of the entire project that consists of the previous 7 videos that are listed below.
Finishing The Seams and Sealing During the course of the project we have been viewing in this 8 part series of videos, there have been places where the granite meets the wall or other pieces of stone. These joints and seams need to be sealed up and camouflaged so that they are not noticeable. What
Granite Backsplashes to Match The Counter In precious videos in this series covering how to install a granite counter top, you have seen a variety of tips and tricks that include cutting, salvaging material, how to handle granite and haul it in such a way that it does not get broken or cracked, finishing harsh
Getting a Finished Look on DIY Cuts In the first four parts of this 8 part series, we have been seeing how to perform a DIY granite counter top install. The counter is attached to the cabinet, but there are some edges on the granite that are not as smooth and finished looking as the
Attaching a Granite Counter Top In this 8 part video series on how to install granite countertops on a budget, the previous videos have demonstrated how to remove old countertops, handle and transport granite, and what to watch out for while cutting you natural stone. This movie shows how to glue the granite to the