Poured concrete countertop – To many homeowners, remodeling a kitchen or bathroom involves changing of countertops. This may mean trying a new, different material for the bench, which is originally there. For some homeowners, choosing concrete as new and different material. Concrete countertops are becoming increasingly popular because they can be almost any shape, color and texture and can be combined with other materials that help enhance its beauty.
How to make poured concrete countertop into place, use the tape measure to measure the length of the existing cabinets where the worktop will placed. Keep track of all measurements by writing them down on a piece of paper, which you will need to refer to later. Then place cement slabs on top of the cabinet in length and width of cabinet tops. This will be the bottom of concrete benches. It will also help protect the cabinets from moisture in the concrete. Secure cement slabs to the cabinets with screw.
Cut 2-inch of 4-inch wood rules the length of the cabinet sides. Attach them to the sides of the cabinet with a wooden screw. They will support the melamine planks that are the sides of the worktop’s shape. You will not need any shape for the sides of the worktop that are facing an existing wall. And then cut melamine planks the same length as you cut 2-inch through 4-inch wood rules. Secure the planks to 2-inch 4-inch wood rules with screws that are long enough to pass through the planks and wood rule and into the cabinet. This will ensure side molding will not bend when the poured concrete countertop into it.