There are several factors to consider when choosing the right joining method for your kitchen worktops. The first is the type of worktop material you’re using.
Solid wood and laminate worktops can be joined using either mechanical fasteners or adhesives, while stone and quartz worktops should be glued together with an epoxy adhesive.
The next consideration is the size and shape of your worktop pieces. If you’re working with long, straight pieces, you’ll likely want to use mechanical fasteners to ensure a strong joint.
However, if you’re joining smaller pieces or creating curved joints, adhesives may provide a better option.
Finally, think about the appearance of your worktop. If you want a seamless look, opt for an adhesive joinery method. If you don’t mind a visible seam, mechanical fasteners can provide a clean finish.