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how to fix a bad cut on an apron sink

Customer Question

My contractor just finisher the cut out for my apron sink in my kitchen and there is a large gap at the bottom, it looks terrible. how can we fix it.
Submitted: 11 years ago.
Category: Home Improvement
Expert:  Andy Lambert replied 11 years ago.

I know this doesn't answer your question but I am asking you to listen for a moment. You don't fix it! You have him or her fix it. Since when are you responsible to repair an obvious flub by your contractor. Is he licensed? Call the building inspector if he doesn't respond and is licensed. You hired him and he has a duty to perform professionally and is liable to make things whole for you. No contractor worth their salt would leave a person hanging with a bad job like that. Your contractor didn't do his/her job. I hope he/she hasn't been paid yet, If so, I hope you learned a valuable lesson from this. I hate bad contractors, I used to make my living going after them!


Sorry for your bad experience :(

Customer: replied 11 years ago.
Reply to Andy Lambert's Post: Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX i know he will take cae of it. It's just driving me nuts! Thanks for your time.
Expert:  Marty replied 11 years ago.
You (he) could use a small piece of molding to cover the gap. The
molding could either match the color of the cabinets or the sink. Make
the piece noticable enough so that it looks like it was intententionaly
put there, but not so large that it "jumps out at you" Hope this
helps... If you need more suggestions, let me know