Plugging Holes From an Old Faucet

So your 20-year-old Corian counter-top is in great shape (not at all unusual) but you want a new faucet with a different hole configuration.  What do you do?  You call me!

This customer went from a four-hole configuration to one.  Luckily for him, he had a scrap piece of Corian from the original installation.  You need that for a perfect match.  I was able to cut plugs from the scrap and fill the holes.

Here’s the before picture.

faucet plug before

Here’s the after.

faucet plug after

Sorry the picture quality isn’t that great, but you can see the holes are gone. Because this homeowner had a matching piece of Corian you’d never know they were ever there.

Have a similar project and want a quote?  Feel free to email me at  Thanks!


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