A question about trimming granite
To start, is it even possible to alter granite once it is in?
We are still trying to keep our existing granite and sink in our kitchen update since we couldn't find anything we liked better. The primary purpose of reno is to get a bigger island, and go to induction cooking. Keeping granite means a slide in, like our current range. I happened upon an Appliance thread that made me realize our chosen model (the E-lux) is not going to go back far enough in our granite. In part because our hole is too shallow, and in part because our granite overhang is 1.5 inches. (The current range doesn't look great, honestly.)
I think if the hole went back another half inch, and the granite could be discreetly cut back half an inch where the stove front curls around it, it might work. Is this something that can be done installed? Or must it be ripped out? Or will anyone even work on granite once it is installed?
Thanks for any advice.