Flat Wall Countertop Support Bracket
The Flat Wall Hidden Countertop Support Bracket is the hidden steel bracket support of choice when supporting a kitchen countertop where the countertop is balanced in the middle of the knee wall or pony wall. The perfect concealed bracket for countertop overhang.
**Note: Countersunk holes are placed in the middle of the Flat Wall Countertop Support Bracket and are 1/4 inch in diameter. [If you are looking for the holes placed on the end of the bracket our Knee Wall Hidden Support Bracket may be what you are looking for]**
What size Flat Wall Bracket to order:
The Flat Wall Bracket is sized in length edge to edge; therefore, a 9-inch bracket is 9 inches from edge to edge. The holes are directly in the middle of the bracket.
When determining lengths stay away from the outer edge of your countertop overhang by 3 inches and add the dimensions of the knee/pony wall also.
We recommend spacing the brackets every 16-20 inches. See our installation guide for the flat wall countertop bracket for more info before ordering.
- Length - [you choose].
- The bracket is sized in length edge to edge; therefore, a 10-inch bracket is 10 inches edge to edge.
- Width - 2 ½ inches
- Thickness - ½ inch
- Countersunk Hole Diameter - 1/4 inch
- Gives your granite countertop the appearance of floating.
- Non-intrusive. No corbels. No knee-knocking.
- Allows room for chairs, legs, storage.
- An economical way to protect your countertop investment.
- Easy to install.
- Made of ½ inch thick by 2 ½ inches wide Solid American metal.
- The bracket end has a beveled edge for added safety.
- Screw holes are countersunk into the brace for a flush installation for added support.
- Color - Black.
- Brackets can be painted with any anti-rust spray paint to change your color
- Free Ground Shipping*
- Made in the USA.
- The package is (1) bracket.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty**
The floating look is not only visually appealing but prevents you from having to take up valuable space with wooden corbels, which get in the way of your knees while sitting at your bar top.