It was about 20 years ago when I started casting in place concrete countertops. Not because they were in fashion, but because they were an affordable, beautiful alternative to expensive granite tops. The materials cost next to nothing – it took a little labor and ingenuity – that’s about it. Of course, now one can spend a fortune on a fashionable concrete counter.

We built these counters in our Noble Home demonstration house with the cast-in-place method using our metal roofing material as the substrate. Great fun and great results.

Placing concrete into formwork Concrete counters with formwork striped

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