How To Install Granite Countertops On A Budget Project Part 8 – Finished!

How To Install Granite Countertops On A Budget Project Part 8 – Finished!
Conclusion of my cheap do it yourself granite kitchen countertop project. I started with an old kitchen with a counter top of ceramic tile, and replaced the tiles with 2cm thick granite slabs. It was a fun remodeling project that helped to update the outdated kitchen

10 thoughts on “How To Install Granite Countertops On A Budget Project Part 8 – Finished!”

  1. Sunny Liampetch

    You did awesome jobs, thank you so much for all the hard work to show us how to do it yourself!

  2. I just finished watching your whole series. My son and his fiancé just bought their first home and are doing many of these things theirselves also. You remind me very much of him. I laughed often at your commentary and especially the sax at the end. I know it’s a flip house and I wouldn’t want to to do anymore than I’d have to either. What you did do is beautiful. Great job bud.

  3. got a question, I believe the granite that bought cost 250$ which is really good, what if you ask the seller to cut it for you after giving him the measurements, how much extra will you pay in that case? I just want to save myself from making mistakes and want to know the cost of this

  4. I am a DYI er at home, and Your videos are very inspirational.Your wife must be very proud of you…Thanks for sharing God Bless you friend.

  5. I just want to say thank you! I know I speak for a lot of people saying I really appreciate the time you took to make these video’s and going into the detail you did. Great job man! I enjoyed watching the process.

  6. I liked..
    In spite of “safety issues” – I understand hoe people like us are willing to take the risk! – your results are GOOD!

    I need to know how much does a slab weigh… I want to re-do my kitchen and need an idea if I can handle the weight!!

  7. Thank you so much for the time that it took to make this video
    I had no intention on redoing my kitchen but have wanted to for many years. A couple years back I had a few quotes done and decided that it was out of our budget. After watching you I now believe my brother and myself could accomplish this project for under $1000 which is roughly 1/6th of the price I was quoted. Again thank you very much and best of luck to you!!

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