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I wouldn't sign the form if you were told that you wouldn't be able to notice the seams. As Jack says, they are in horrible locations. But the #1 thing I am thinking about is I have had granite and quartz installed on at least 30-40 kitchens, with at least 15-20 Ls. You have two sheets, not 3 and your seam is in the corner. If they are using smaller ...
The seam is pretty good, they chose a really bad spot to put it. It should have been placed at the narrow spot in the first picture. Never in the middle of a cabinet front, where you look at it every time you open the drawer in the picture. That one should not even be there. This installer was trying to get by with out getting into another slab, or not good ...
Did you have any luck sourcing intergrated condenser dryer? I am also in search of one to fit in our intergrated kitchen which is proving impossible to vent. Found a Miele semi intetgrated but very expensive!
Putting a bearing against a sink surface seems to be looking for trouble. The slightest resistance in the bearing could tear up the finish of the sink, whether it is porcelain, fireclay, steel or resin. I think it's worth the trouble to make a plywood template, unless you are in the sink business and have spare units to burn.
Quartzite IS a real type of stone. And while quartz itself is hard, the stone does differ from granite and is less durable. Porosity range is quite similar to granite, being .1-.5% weight of water absorbed. Porosity in granite, and perhaps quartzite, follows a pretty clear line from dark to light being closely associated with low to high porosity. That is, ...
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