This question is actually for a future project that I may or may not decide to pay someone else to do. But the question is .......I see all these posts here about re-laminating existing countertops ....this got me looking at my kitchen countertops. My kitchen has a J shape. I have amount 6 feet of straight counter top and then it angles at the sink at a right angle for about 3 ft. The laminate that is there now is not seamed. It's one continues peice. How did they do this ? I would think they would have had to have cut it at the angle or in the middle of the sink ...but they didn't. Do home builders get continuous rolls of this so they don't have to seam it?