Seams in any stone will be visible to some extent, but how visible is ok? This may be an issue you’re frustrated with, if you were not told there would be seam visibility. The industry standard for visibility is the “6 foot rule”.
This means that a seam should not be readily obvious from 6ft away. If your seam is visible within that distance, it is very likely this can be improved, to give a much better presentation of your countertops.
A seam can also be visible as a result of the “lippage” or a height variance at the seam. There will be significant “feel” to the seam, in this case. In many cases this can be resolved by polishing the seam flush, thus eliminating the visibility due to a height variance.
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