|Approximate Product Length (ft.)||6 ft.||Product Depth (in.)||39 in|
|Product Length (in.)||74 in||Product Thickness (in.)||1.5 in|
|Butcher Block Countertop Edge Type||Eased Edge||Butcher Block Countertop Finish||Unfinished|
|Butcher Block Countertop Type||Island||Color Family||Brown|
|Color/Finish||Unfinished European Walnut||Countertop Finish||Unfinished|
|Countertop Type||In-Stock||Countertop Use||Bar, Bathroom, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Office, Sideboard|
|Features||Antimicrobial||Kitchen Product Type||Butcher Block Countertop|
|Material||Solid Wood||Product Weight (lb.)||106 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Style||Coastal, Farmhouse, Mediterranean, Rustic|
A: Chase - These butcher blocks are solid wood. You will not have any issues drilling holes.
A: Berry - Yes, both long edges have eased edges.
A: Lisa - Yes, you can cut a hole in the butcher block for a sink. I have inserted a link to a video that will show you how to do this. https://youtu.be/qopC7orxDLQ?si=qCcN8VlOqgvMcJBQ
A: Andrea - Great question. We have had customers install this with an induction cooktop and they haven't experienced any issues with the heat. You should be okay to install. Just be sure to finish all sides of this piece before installation. I have included a link to aid in your install. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhKF-7FIr7s Thank you-- Hardwood Reflections.
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