Moving Granite Countertops - Best to Remove Sink?
We're de-installing a kitchen for reuse in another home. I've read the GW posts on how to remove the granite countertops and think I understand the procedures to get through the epoxy or silicone that is holding down the countertop with my trusty Harbor Freight multi-tool. The big question is whether it'd be best to leave the undercounter-mounted sink in place to add support to the cut-out area (and avoid having to reinstall later) or to remove it before transporting. Also if anybody had been successful in removing and transporting an L-shaped granite counter in one piece, I'd sure like to know how they proceeded. Ours has a sink and cooktop cutout (photo attached)