Originally Posted by Tony_M
Can you complain enough to get a new granite top?
I think you will have to raise the whole kegerator, or better yet install some sort of decorative wood to cover the hole in the granite and then install the tower directly to it. If you cannot get them to make this right.
Most installs, that I have seen, you would take the tower off of the kegerator, cut the hole in the top large enough for the beer line, and then attach the tower to the countertop. That would be my first choice.
Looks like the hole was cut large enough to take off the tower for the install.
He is right the granite should have been cut with a hole for the beer lines and possibly some sort of insulation to keep beer flow cool and then the tower mounted to the granite so that there is more room under the tap to pour a beer.
Option #1--New granite top, cut right
Option #2--Some sort of filler for the large hole (wood, granite etc) and then a smaller hole for just the beer lines.
Optin #3--Get the largest keg you can fit in the kegerator, drink til empty and you wont care about the tower or the hole
On a side note have you plugged in and used that beverage center yet? The reason I ask is that I purchased that same one a few months back but its still sitting unused and I was curious if its performance was good. I have only turned mine on and set both sides at 36 to see if it got down to it and it did but I didnt know if it stayed there, ran too loud, too hot or any other issues and hoped you could shed some light