No. Granite is heavy, making it difficult to place properly.
Also, cutting the stones require certain tools that most homeowners don’t have. If you were to install the granite countertops yourself, you would need to have the stone properly cut first, including the sink hole.
While some customers do install granite themselves, without enlisting the help of granite installers, they will likely still have the stone cut by a fabricator first. If you are a contractor or a homeowner and decide to get your stone cut by a fabricator and then install the slab yourself, make sure to seal the granite after installation to ensure it won’t stain or scratch. This is also a good rule of thumb even if it is professionally installed. Not all fabricators will install, be sure to double check!
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