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It would be very non-standard to raise just sink, and probably more expensive unless the stove is involved. The cabinets are just screwed to the wall. If you take everything apart you can just raise everything 2 inches or whatever you want. The trickiest part is the drain. You will have to remove a section of the old drainpipe and put in a longer section. ...


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Bottom line is you can't "float" it - you need to rest it on something. Countertop-thickness Granite has no strength across a span of more than a few inches. Steel rods are often added to granite countertops to help support around dishwashers and sinks, and in those situations the granite is well supported by the cabinets itself. In your case you'd need a ...



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