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Weight problems? On average, 10.7 square feet (1 square meter) of 1½-inch-thick (4-centimeter-thick) concrete countertop weighs about 220 pounds (100 kilograms). Bear this in mind when thinking about transporting one to your rented apartment on the fifth floor. And for really heavy pieces, you should check your kitchen floor’s weight rating. The countertop itself also needs a substructure sturdy enough to carry its weight. Under certain circumstances, extremely solid structures or special shapes can only be created using hollow concrete shells. Concrete-fiberglass mixes are far lighter, but the single-sided mold leaves an unfinished side. So this method is unsuitable if all surfaces of the finished concrete component will be visible after installation. The only real restriction is the countertop’s thickness. To ensure sufficient stability, the elements should not be less than 3 to 4 centimeters (about 1 to 1½ inches) thick. An edge thickness of at least 5 centimeters (about 2 inches) is recommended around built-in appliances and sinks.Thicker designs are often impossible for weight reasons. Instead, you’ll have to settle for thick visible edges of 8 centimeters (about 3 inches) or more, while the actual countertop is only 4 to 5 centimeters (about 1½ to 2 inches) thick.