Granite Brackets and Countertop Brackets by Centerline add hidden support for overhangs, center-levered bar tops, kitchen islands, shelves and more.
Countertops made from granite, marble, quartz, Silestone, Corian and even heavy butcher block are becoming very popular. Kitchen designers and homeowners are pushing the structural limits of these solid surface materials as they become aware of new trends and materials available to them. Accordingly Centerline Brackets specializes in manufacturing high quality countertop supports designed to safely support and bracket commercial and residential applications.
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Centerline Brackets are part of this new movement. Our countertop support brackets are the gold standard in countertop brackets and used in thousands of kitchens across the country. Traditional supports such as wooden corbels, standard legs and typical angled braces are giving way to “Hidden” Granite Brackets giving your kitchen a more spacious design.
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Countertop brackets by Centerline provide the following benefits:
SUPPORT - and strengthen your granite countertops helping you avoid potentially costly and dangerous breaks.
HIDDEN - They provide a more spacious and open looking looking environment.
TOUGH - Most of our brackets are made of 1/2 inch steel and have multiple mounting points.
SAFE - Our brackets mount directly to your knee / pony wall providing a strong and stable structure for your granite countertop to rest on.
THIN - no corbels or braces for you or your guests to hit their knees on.
EASY - to install. Learn how to properly install our brackets by following our easy to understand tutorials.
INEXPENSIVE - typically much less expensive than corbels.
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See just how simple it is to install our Countertop Brackets!
Standard Granite Brackets
The Standard Hidden Granite Bracket makes for a fast and easy installation. Mounted on the top of your knee / pony wall and affixed with 4 #12 wood screws (included with the bracket). This bracket provides excellent support and prevents the countertop from tipping over or cracking when leaned on.
Starting at $28.95
Countertop Island Support
The Countertop Island Support is designed to support Island overhangs and breakfast bars.
Starting at $46.95
Front Mounting Brackets
Our Front Mounting Countertop Supports for granite or other solid surface applications are designed to be mounted directly to a stud or used with a backing plate in either an existing installation or in a new installation.
Starting at $28.95
Standard Plus Granite Brackets
The Standard Plus Hidden Granite Bracket makes for a fast and easy installation. Mounted on the top and back of your knee / pony wall for extra support and affixed with 4 #12 wood screws (included with the bracket). This bracket provides excellent support and prevents the countertop from tipping over or cracking when leaned on.
Starting at $32.95
Forward L Granite Brackets
The Forward L Hidden Granite Bracket is used when you need to get that extra grip on a structure or knee wall. The bracket mounts to the top and rear of the knee wall with #12 wood screws (included with the bracket).
Starting at $32.95
Side Mount Granite Brackets
This Side Mount Hidden Bracket should be used when you need to get that extra grip on a structure or a wall. This bracket is used to get the support you need when you don't have the space in a cabinet or you need to support a granite countertop off the face of a wall by connecting to the studs in the wall.
Starting at $32.95
Floating Wall Mount Support
This Granite Bracket is used for floating countertops and shelves directly off a wall. Made of 1/2 inch steel its a great solution and simple to install.
Starting at $39.95
Center Levered Bar Support
This is our preferred Support Bracket for applications that require support that evenly spans both sided of a knee wall or other structure.
Starting at $42.95
Frequently asked questions
What length granite bracket will you need? Typically the bracket will be the same length as the overhang.
The drawing below shows a 96 inch countertop with a 16 inch overhang past the knee wall. 20 inches total.
The length of the bracket should include the width of the knee wall. In most instances the knee wall is 4 inches wide. The overhang plus the knee wall = 20 inches.
Granite Brackets should be set three - four inches back from the edge of the granite counter top to insure they are hidden from view. So - 20 inches - 4 inches = 16 inch brackets.
If your knee wall is made from 2 x 6s then be sure to adjust your size to accommodate the extra 2 inches.
Granite Bracket installation view - top down
How many granite brackets will you need?
Countertop brackets are generally spaced 18 - 24 inches apart.
Start with a bracket at each end of the countertop set 4 - 6 inches away from the end.
Now measure the space left - in this instance we have 96 inches minus the the placement of the first two brackets placed 6 inches from the edge along with the width of the brackets (2.5 inches each) for a total of 79 inches left.
79 inches divided by 24 inches = 3.2 brackets. 3 granite brackets would be required for the space left.
Countertop Length = 96 inches
A bracket will be placed 6 inches in from each side
The remaining space to support is calculated at 79 inches (96 inches - 12 inches (space from ends) - 5 inches (brackets width) = 79 inches)
79 inches divided by 24 inches = 3.2 brackets
Order two granite brackets for the ends and three granite brackets for the middle for total of five countertop brackets.