Q. about countertop install
I am installing a SS countertop with integrated sink over cabinets in the clean-up area. I do not intend to ever use it for prep work, so it will be used "lightly", I'd say.
The fabricator told me that they normally attach the the substrate to the cabinets with screws, then glue the SS part to it using a glue, like Liquid Nails, and caulk around.
However, if I ever wanted to remove the counter for any reason, I wouldn't be able to do it without damaging it.
So my question is:
Would it be possible to install a SS counter in such a way that it could be removed w/o damaging it?
The fabricator said that I could - in theory - not glue it down but use silicone caulk around to attach to walls on three sides. In that case, it would be completely "remove-able".
What do you think? Is it a good idea?
Any other advice?