EdgeRight Bullnosing Bench
- Dimensions: 77 inches long by 48 inches tall (When assembled)
- Warranty: Limited one year warranty
- The bench is portable to the job site. Weighs approximately 55 lbs.
- Setup on the jobsite means inserting the legs, adding the optional brace and standing it up. It takes just a minute to set up and be ready to go.
- Fabricate and polish 6 feet of tile at a time.
- Clamp a run of tiles in 30 seconds and start fabricating.
- The bench can be used to fabricate and polish tile from 4″x 4″ to 24″ x 24″. Easily modified for almost any sized tile.
- The bench can be used for wet or dry polishing.
- The bench is made of cast and extruded aluminum. Water and/or dust won’t damage it. The durability will stand up to the abuses of the job site.
- The bench is designed to be used with tools you already have, your grinder and pads and profiling wheels.
- Tiles are held from the bottom up. Adjustable spindles and leveling clamps hold tiles in place for a perfect edge and transition between tiles.
- Smooth transition of the finished edge between tiles regardless of tile thickness.
- Save substantial set up time, no “C” clamps and plywood, no shims.
If you currently send out your tile to be fabricated:
The average kitchen has 50 ft of counter top to bullnose and polish
The fabricator will charge $6 per foot for a total of $300.
You will charge your customer $9 per foot for bullnosing.
50 ft times $9 = $450 your income from customer
50 ft times $6 = $300 your cost to fabricate
$450 – $300 = $150 your profit
With the EdgeRight®:
You pay your installer $18. per hour
Your installer fabricates 12′ of tile per hour with the EdgeRight®, so you have approximately 4.25 hours invested in fabricating.
4.25 hrs times $18 = $76.50
50 ft times $9 = $450.00 your income from customer
$450 – $76.50 = $373.50 your profit.
You’ve increased your profit by $223.50 and paid for the EdgeRight® in 3-4 kitchens!
While this scenario doesn’t consider the cost of the grinder and pads to do the job on-site, it also doesn’t include the time and cost to package and ship or deliver the tile to a fabricator, or the delay on the jobsite while you are waiting for the finished tile to be returned..