Hey everyone, I come with some questions regarding the installation of our kitchen. We have a solid laminate worktop (12 mm) and our contractor has already installed it. The sink was installed today, but now he says that our original plan of having the faucet plus two soap dispensers and a drain button would be too much for such a flimsy worktop. Besides, the pull down faucet that we chose is too big and heavy, so the worktop would also not stand its constant movement. We were told to buy another normal lightweight faucet (something like this). Is this right? Our contractor saw our products and what we wanted to install before, but only now is he saying this, and has no previous experience with solid laminate, so this is why we are not so sure of his advice. I would really appreciate some input from people who have already installed this kind of worktop, since other internet pictures have similar faucets to ours. Is it really that fragile? I have attached some pictures too. We can also install one dispenser instead of two, but we would really like to have our chosen faucet. Worktop: Solid laminate 12 mm Cabinet: 60 cm Things to install: -Faucet: link from Amazon, photo attached -Two holes for soap and dish soap -Hole for drain button (this thing) Space between wall and sink: 14,3 cm As an extra question: we saw in online videos that you are supposed to cut the holes for basically everything before installing the worktop. But ours was first installed, and now are the holes being cut. Should we prepared to have it break in the process : ( ? Thank you!!