Today, many companies and contractors who create beautiful concrete designs prefer bagged countertop mix. Compared to ready-mix concrete, this option provides a number of benefits that make it a worthwhile consideration. If you are planning to have a new countertop installed, you should talk to the contractor ahead of time to learn about the different advantages in using bagged concrete.
One of the primary benefits of bagged countertop mix is consistency. When buying in bulk, the product will have the same texture and color. As a result, the finished project is cohesive. Unless ready-mix is prepared correctly, there could be variances in the finished countertop project. Obviously, this is something that you want to avoid.
Buying bagged concrete mix is also easier and less messy. In this case, the product is delivered to the job site, whether a home or business, mixed, and used. Instead of having to measure, add additives and specialized coloration that can end up on your driveway or on interior floors, the concrete can be mixed right out of the bag. This contains all the necessary mixed ingredients making it an easier product to work with.
With bagged concrete countertop mix, the contractor can use the exact amount required. For example, if you have an extremely large kitchen countertop or multiple countertops, and in the event that other projects are going on, using a bagged mix allows the contractor to work on a specific area. Therefore, no concrete goes to waste. In other words, only the amount required is mixed, unlike the alternative, in which a large volume of cement is mixed and must be used right away.
Bagged countertop mix is also something that is used by professionals, as well as do-it-yourselfers. if you want to do the work on your own, you can with this type of product.