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5 Tips & Tricks for Fitting Granite Worktops

Tips & Tricks for Fitting Granite Worktops

Fitting your own Granite worktops is a big job and is definitely not something that you should take lightly. Before you get started we have put together a list of some things that you need to know before you attempt fitting your Granite worktop.

Here are 5 of our best pointers to fitting and installing a Granite worktop yourself.


You will need a lot of equipment and tools to complete this job so firstly you need to do some research into what you will need and where you can get it from. You will need things like a Stanley knife, spirit level, drill, raw plugs, wooden battens and various safety equipment as well as much more.


Before you even begin installing your Granite worktop you need to make sure that you will have enough people to help you carry out the job as an average 3 meter stone worktop will require at least 3 people to lift it safely. Ask around some of your friends who may be able to help you out, as you will definitely need it as this is not a job that you can complete yourself.

Correct Support

As we mentioned above in the equipment section, you should need wooden battens to install your Granite worktop, the reason why is because you will need to provide appropriate support to the worktop to ensure that it will not fall. Never attempt to fit your Granite worktop if you do not have the correct support available.

Remove Breakables

It goes without saying that Granite is an extremely heavy stone so you will need to remove everything from the kitchen that may get damaged during installation. This includes all cupboard door fronts and accessories within the kitchen. It is better to be safe than sorry when it comes to fitting your worktop.

Trail Fit

Before you fit your new Granite worktop in properly you should always do a trial fit for the worktop as well as the sink, taps and hob. This will ensure that everything will be fitted correctly and that there is enough room. If anything does not go to plan then you have the time to correct it to do it properly next time.