I'm very handy in general, but I'm new to wood working. We're installing butcher block countertop. we've pre-ordered sections that are 8' x 25" x 1.5" thick.
I've done tons of research, and I'm basically all ready to start. Overall I'm feeling confident, but I just have one concern:
On one section i'd like to widen it to 45". Is it best to join this section together with a few pocket hole screws using my Kreg jig (plus glue)? Or would it be better to use miter bolts, which is the same thing I'll be using to join together my corner cuts.
Any other advise would also be great. Thanks in advance!