A Quick Tip for Getting an Estimate
Step 1: Measure the Length
Start with the length of your countertop. Measure your kitchen countertop from end to end. If you have an L-shaped counter, measure from the end all the way to the inside of the counter (against the wall). You’ll want to get the full length of each leg of the counter.
Step 2: Measure the Sink
To give you an estimate, the GNH team will need the width and depth of the sink, as well as what type of faucet you have. The sink’s faucet may be single hole, 4″ spread, or 8″ spread. If you have a built in soap dispenser or spray nozzle, be sure to let the team know about that as well.
See wasn’t that easy to learn how to measure for replacement kitchen countertops? Email these details to GNH, and we can provide you with an estimate for upgrading your counters. We look forward to hearing from you!
What is needed for the job
- Measuring tape
- Notepad & pencil