Help! oldryder and all, Did our fabricator do that right?
Today the fabricator installed the quartzite vanity counter top in our hall bath. The workmanship seems very good, but two things bother me.
A. First one is the edges, they do not look right to me. I chose straight edge, the quartzite is 2 cm. The fabricator built the edge to make the slab looks thicker. I noticed the entire edges have a seam right in the middle, since the edges are in the front of the vanity, there is no way not to notice them.
I donÃ¢ÂÂt recall I have ever seen edges like these before. I searched on line and noticed lots of granite edges are smooth and seamless, but none of the edges has been done like ours.
Is this the correct way to make Straight edge? Or does the fabricator mishandle the edges of our vanity top?
B. The second thing bothers me is the under mount vanity sink. It is mounted with negative reveal. The reveal is not even, some places are more than ÃÂ½ inches, others are ÃÂ¼ inches, or a little less. I thought if reveals were kept at 1/8 or ÃÂ¼ inches evenly, the sink would look a little bigger than it is now.
I have never own granite counter top before, could anyone, especially experienced and knowledgable fabricators such as oldryder, please educate me to determine if the edges and sink have been handles correctly?
If they are not, are there any way to fix them?
This post was edited by azmom on Fri, May 3, 13 at 1:32