Blue quartz countertops can greatly increase the aesthetics of the kitchen or bathroom, but only if they are installed correctly. The first step in any project that involves the installation of new material in an existing space is to get the appropriate measures so that you have enough material for the project. This is a simple, but vital exercise for the successful completion of your countertop project.
Roll it out of your tape measure and place it at the far end of the project room usually a wall or other permanent element. Spread the measuring tape out in the entire project area until you reach the place where the edge of the blue quartz countertops will be. Examine the number that appears on the measuring tape and write it down in a notebook. This is the time that the countertop quarter has to be.
Blue quartz countertops, place the end of the tape measure at the back of the project area usually against the wall and extend forward until it reaches the front edge of the project area. Write down the number that appears on the measuring tape. This is the depth of the countertop has to be, at a minimum, without a cantilever. Multiply the length by the width to determine the amount of square meters constitutes the counter area.