THE ORIGINAL GRANITE BRACKET LB-13-A, LB-8-A, LB-14-A, LB-23-A, LB-11-A, LB-15-A, LB-22-A Operating instructions

THE ORIGINAL GRANITE BRACKET LB-13-A, LB-8-A, LB-14-A, LB-23-A, LB-11-A, LB-15-A, LB-22-A Operating instructions
L BRACKET
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O U N T E R T O P
S
U P P O R T
B
R A C K E T
The L Bracket is designed t o at t ach t o
ont o a knee/pony wall OR int o t he back of a cabinet , reinforced wit h 2"x6".
NOTE: These are the ONLY applications to be used for our L Bracket Countertop Support Bracket.
Inst allat ion Guide:
There are 2 opt ions when inst alling t he L Bracket :
ont o a knee/pony wall OR
int o t he back of a cabinet , reinforced wit h a 2"x6"
St ep #1:
THE ORIGINAL
GRANITE BRACKET®
originalgranitebracket.com
888-584-1112
WATCH OUR INSTALLATION VIDEO
https://originalgranitebracket.com
/pages/installation-videos
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Use the correct tools.
Wear safety goggles &
proper safety equipment.
Follow fixture, power tools
& paint manufactures
instructions & user
manuals.
Use common sense
& follow good
construction practices.
Consult a professional
when installing brackets for
load bearing application.
Be sure the bracket has a
substructure that is able to
support the bracket & any
other additional weight that
may be added to it.
When in doubt, consult a
professional installer.
ONTO A KNEE/ PONY WALL
Locate your studs in the knee/pony
wall & space the brackets with the
studs on the knee/pony wall. It is
important that the vertical piece of
the L Bracket be mounted into each
stud in the knee/pony wall, in order
for the L Bracket to support &
protect the weight of the
countertop.
St ep #2:
Once your studs are located, rout or chisel out a 2.5" wide by 0.5" deep
"pocket" at the top of the knee/pony wall, above each stud in the knee/pony
wall.
St ep #3:
Insert the horizontal piece of the L Bracket into the "pocket" you created.
This will allow the horizontal piece to lie inside the "pocket", with the vertical
piece going down the back side of the knee/pony wall.
St ep #4:
Use the appropriate wood screws to attach the L Bracket to the knee/pony
wall. Make sure the L Bracket sits flush into the "pocket" you routed out, in
order for the L Bracket to be flush with the knee/pony wall; insuring the
countertop is level & protected.
NOTE: We have provided screwsHOWEVER make sure the length of the
provided screwsare appropriate for your project. If not appropriate DO NOT use
the screwsprovided. Each project isdifferent so protect your project by
measuring before you add the screws.
St ep #5:
Once the brackets are secured in place, place your countertop on top of the
brackets & simply caulk around the brackets with clear silicone.
L BRACKET
C
O U N T E R T O P
S
U P P O R T
B
R A C K E T
The L Bracket is designed t o at t ach t o
ont o a knee/pony wall OR int o t he back of a cabinet , reinforced wit h 2"x6".
NOTE: These are the ONLY applications to be used for our L Bracket Countertop Support Bracket.
Inst allat ion Guide:
There are 2 opt ions when inst alling t he L Bracket :
ont o a knee/pony wall OR
int o t he back of a cabinet reinforced, wit h a 2"x6"
INTO THE BACK OF A CABINET REINFORCED, W ITH A 2"X6"
St ep #1:
THE ORIGINAL
GRANITE BRACKET®
originalgranitebracket.com
888-584-1112
WATCH OUR INSTALLATION VIDEO
https://originalgranitebracket.com
/pages/installation-videos
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
-
-
-
-
-
Use the correct tools.
Wear safety goggles &
proper safety equipment.
Follow fixture, power tools
& paint manufactures
instructions & user
manuals.
Use common sense
& follow good
construction practices.
Consult a professional
when installing brackets for
load bearing application.
Be sure the bracket has a
substructure that is able to
support the bracket & any
other additional weight that
may be added to it.
When in doubt, consult a
professional installer.
Install a 2"x6" to the inside back wall
of the cabinet- flush to the top of the
cabinet wall. It is important that the
L Bracket have a secure foundation
to mount into in order to support &
protect the weight of the countertop.
St ep #2:
Start 6" from the edge & mark off the spacing of where the L Bracket will be
placed. We recommend 16"-20" apart for maximum countertop protection.
St ep #3:
Rout or chisel out a 2.5" wide by 0.5" deep "pocket" on top of the 2"x6",
including the cabinet wall, at each of the bracket spacing found in Step #2.
St ep #4:
Insert the horizontal piece of the L Bracket into the "pocket" you created.
This will allow the horizontal piece to lie flush inside the pocket, with the
vertical piece going down the 2"x6" you installed inside the back wall of the
cabinet.
St ep #5:
Use the appropriate wood screws to attach the L Bracket to the 2"x6".
Make sure the L Bracket sits flush into the "pocket" you routed out, in order
for the L Bracket to be flush with the 2"x6"; insuring the countertop is level
& protected.
NOTE: We have provided screwsHOWEVER make sure the length of the
provided screwsare appropriate for your project. If not appropriate DO NOT use
the screwsprovided. Each project isdifferent so protect your project by
measuring before you add the screws.
St ep #6:
Once the brackets are secured in place, place your countertop on top of the
brackets & simply caulk around the brackets with clear silicone.
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