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Old 07-17-2013, 07:48 PM   #1
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Lowering the stove mount

It seems like there is plenty of room to lower the stove so it is level with the countertop and then build a cover (or redo the entire counter top) so I have more counter space. Has anyone done this? Any suggestions for shops that would do this in the Sacramento/Central Valley area?
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I've never seen them lowered, only covers. I would think that it may be a hazard with a pan on the burner and the flames getting to the countertop.
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I've never seen them lowered, only covers. I would think that it may be a hazard with a pan on the burner and the flames getting to the countertop.
I see them all the time lower then the counter, here are some examples:



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Looks doable but be sure heat shield or space to wood base of countertop adequate. We solved the same problem by adding a microfiber dish drying mat. About same size as grill top and 1/4" thick. Works great and a lot easier. Doubles as dish drainer.
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Any suggestions for shops that would do this in the Sacramento/Central Valley area?
Don't know of anyone in that area of CA but take a trip just north of you to Oregon in the Eugene/Coburg area where you will find a couple of great places that would do the job for you.

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I guess I never took notice before. Wife said our friends have one, but it's electric.
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Don't know of anyone in that area of CA but take a trip just north of you to Oregon in the Eugene/Coburg area where you will find a couple of great places that would do the job for you.

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Any shop names? I am always up for a road trip if I don't find something local.
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