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The installation of your new countertops will be performed smoothly if the following items are completed prior to your installation appointment.


  • All items must be removed from atop the countertops prior to installation
  • If you have not purchased the professional tear out service of your old countertops, and you will be disposing of them on your own, please have them removed prior to install day
  • Drape or cover areas to contain dust, as residual dust from installation process should be expected
  • Final wall preparations should not be completed prior to installation if at all possible
  • Make sure there is ample space in the driveway for the installer to set up a work area
  • Identify a preferred pathway to and from the outside work area which you want the installer to use
  • It is the customer's responsibility to contact a licensed plumber or electrician if any electrical or plumbing work needs to be done
  • If overhang supports are needed and are not being provided by the Countertop Installer, it is the customer's responsibility to purchase and have installed before the countertop is installed


  • Must be permanently and securely installed, including all cabinet hardware
  • Must be secure to the walls and/ or floor
  • Must be level and plumb


  • If the sink is not purchased through the Lowes Countertop Program it must be on site at the time of installation

Apron or Farmhouse Sinks

    • Must be permanently and securely installed
    • Must be level and plumb


  • Cooktops and faucet sets must be on site DECISION MAKER
  • A decision maker of at least 18 years of age must be present for the entirety of the installation


  • Inspect the countertop installation and the installer's workmanship to ensure your satisfaction
  • Sign the Certificate of Completion