There’s no denying the unbelievable look and feel of quartz countertops. Whether you’re renovating your bathroom or want to add a high-quality look to your kitchen counters during a kitchen remodel: You can’t go wrong with any color variations, styles, and looks currently on the market. Once you decide quartz is the stone for your home, you can rest assured that it will be anywhere from 10 years to an entire lifetime. However, as you weigh out your options for your next home upgrade, you may wonder, what exactly drives quartz installation and fabrication costs?
Here’s everything you need to know:
What’s the Average Cost of Quartz Per Square Foot?
The cost of quartz is all about the quality, color, style, and location. You can expect to pay anywhere from $2,000 to $4,500 just for the material for your quartz countertops.
What Is Quartz Fabrication, and What Does It Cost?
Stone fabrication is the process of finding and sourcing the perfect materials for your home improvement project. To get started, fabrication experts come to your home, measure the dimensions and decide how much stone will be needed to complete your custom quartz project for your kitchen counters or bathroom counters.
Then, they go out to source the perfect match for your project. It’s the professional’s job to look for any unwanted blemishes, fissures, scratches, and seams in the stones that may take away from the quality and the look of your project. They want to help you find a stunning match you’ll be happy with for a lifetime.
Fabrication also involves cutting the slab of quartz to fit your countertops or bathroom perfectly. This adds to the cost of labor, which can add anywhere from $100- $1,600 for your project.
What’s the Average Cost of Quartz Countertop Installation?
The price will also vary depending on the quality of the quartz you choose. For example, low-grade quartz can be around $30-$50 per square foot, and high-grade quartz can range from $80 to $150.
Reasons Quartz Varies in Price
- The veining in the quartz is a big factor in the overall look and aesthetic of the finished countertops. Some individuals want more, and some like less. However, as a general rule of thumb, if there’s more veining in the quartz, it costs more.
Color variation and transportation costs
- Some hard-to-get color variations come from different places around the world. If you fall in love with a color that needs to be sourced from further away, you’ll need to factor in transportation costs in the overall price.
- The quality of your quartz countertops will vary depending on the grade you choose to go with. The cost will typically vary depending on the manufacturer you choose. However, quartz is a high-quality stone that’s strong, durable, and built to last. Whether you go with a low or high grade: the quality will always be there.
- It’s no secret that quartz is one of the most popular options on the market. The stone can naturally fit almost any style or preference out there. You just need a professional to source the stone for you! However, some color variations, styles, and looks are more popular than others. As demand gets higher, so do the prices.
- Quartz is an easy-to-customize stone. This means you can have professionals cut the stone into different shapes, widths, and unusual shapes. However, the more cutouts and customizations you need, the higher the price of your installation.
This price will vary depending on the size of your kitchen and any other additional add-ons you need such as a backsplash, electrical outlet cutouts, sink cutouts, and more.
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When it comes to granite installation, it’s all about perfection. No matter your project, you deserve a hassle-free experience from start to finish.
At Affordable Granite Concepts, our quartz installation professionals proudly never leave a project until it’s flawless. Our team of experts is there to help you with the entire installation process from start to finish.