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Question DetailsAsked on 6/10/2014

On your list of providers, which category would best replace a Corian type bathroom counter with built in sink?

The counter is about 8 ft long with backsplash..it sits on top of built in wooden cabinets. The reason for replacement is due to a heavy object breaking a hole in sink which is part of the counter, and not attached separately.

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Hi, this is Meranda with Angie's List. You should search the list for "countertops" to find a company that specializes in this. Or try searching for the word "corian" to see people who mention that specifically — if you want to replace it one-for-one. Good luck with your project!

Answered 5 years ago by Meranda

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Countertop company is right vendor for you.


However, full countertop does not necessarily have to be replaced. Some corian sinks are just bonded and not actually integral, so can be removed and replaced in-place with little if any visible seam. There are also repair methods to repair damaged sinks, if the basic structure has not been destroyed, and can give a pretty close match in color and texture. There are also of course a variety of sinks - both top and undermount - that could be retrofitted into the countertop a LOT cheaper than replacing countertop and backsplash, in many cases.


I would talk to local corian countertop vendors about this - and of course do not forget to get insurance company involved if quotes come back saying it cannot be repaired for your deductible amount or not much more.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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