top of page
  • Todd

How To Install Butcher Block Countertops

The first step is to choose the right butcher block for your kitchen.

There are a few things to keep in mind when making your selection. First, consider the size of your countertop. You'll want to make sure the butcher block you select is large enough to cover the entire surface. Second, think about the style of your kitchen. If you have a more modern space, you might want to choose a butcher block with clean lines and a simple design. However, if your kitchen has more of a rustic feel, you could opt for a butcher block with a more distressed finish.

Once you've found the perfect butcher block, it's time to prep the surface for installation. This step is crucial - if you don't do it right, your countertops could end up looking uneven or lopsided. First, clear off your countertops and make sure they're completely clean. Then, use a level to mark where you'll be cutting the butcher block. Once you have your lines marked, use a saw to cut along them. If you're not comfortable using a saw, you can always ask your local hardware store to make the cuts for you.

Now that your surface is prepped and your butcher block is cut to size, it's time to start the installation! Begin by applying a layer of adhesive to the back of the butcher block. Then, carefully place it on the countertop and press it into place. Use a roller to smooth out any air bubbles or wrinkles. Once the adhesive is dry, your new butcher block countertops are ready to use!

How To Finish Butcher Block Countertops

The finish is key to protecting and preserving the butcher block countertop. There are many types of finishes available, but we recommend a food-safe oil finish. Apply the finish every few months, or more often if the countertops are used a lot. We also recommend using cutting boards and trivets to protect the surface.

Butcher block countertops are a beautiful addition to any kitchen, but they require a little more care than other types of countertops. With proper care and maintenance, however, they will last for many years. Follow the tips above and enjoy your new butcher block countertop!

And don't forget to check out some of Todd's premium kitchen products

Written By, Lords Only

2 views0 comments


bottom of page