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Thread: Tips for installing granite on small outdoor bar?

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    Rick H's Avatar
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    Jan 2013
    Liverpool, NY

    Tips for installing granite on small outdoor bar?

    Hi, this summer I built a small outdoor bar. It is framed in pressure treated wood with a bamboo face. I made it so I can slide it against the house in the winter. Its 66" long,22" deep and 41" high. Its heavy, but I can slide it on the patio without much effort. I want to put on a granite top, and was able to locate a remnant that is 72L" X 25W" X 3/4" thick, so there would be a overhang on the sides and front. It gets full sun, but, will be outside ( and covered ) during the winter months also. I have a solid pressure treated lumber top that is pretty solid. Can I glue the slab right onto the wood? or any other ideas to secure the top? There would not be anything lifting up on the top or anything like that.
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    Re: Tips for installing granite on small outdoor bar?

    It should work. Granite is usually held in place by gravity and a couple of well placed dollops of silicone. Th esilicone is an adhesive, but is there more to keep it from sliding as the weight holds it in place.
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    Re: Tips for installing granite on small outdoor bar?

    Just a thought - could you add locking wheels to the bottom of your bar to make it easier to move?
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