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In the case of an undermount bar sink, the job is obviously more complicated. In fact, in most cases you will need to have a professional install your undermount sink. If you happen to have a hole prepared within your counter matching the technical specs of your sink, you can try out the job yourself. The actual installation of the sink is certainly not the hard part. The difficult part is usually making and finishing the sink tooth cavity. Since the sink mounts under the cabinet, there is no flange showing on the counter. This means the counter top has to have a round and finished edge leading down to the sink. That's where you are very likely to desire a professional. If you happen to already have a prepared hole for your undermount bar sink, you can set up the sink yourself if you are a little handy. When swapping your counter top along with adding a sink, the easiest way to install the sink is to do it before the counter top is installed. You can epoxy the sink to the counter as the counter is upside down. After the sink has dried you will be able install the counter while using the sink already attached.

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