We will take 10% off purchases over $4000 | 15% off purchases over $6000 | 20% off on purchases over $8,000. We will combine Old countertop removal costs, stone/quartz countertops, tile backsplash and accessories such as stain warranty, sink grids to help you achieve the highest discount possible. “Discount rack” slabs are not eligible for further discounts.
To get a quote for a kitchen, just send a sketch to email@example.com . We will calculate the square footage for your job. We will then send you a price quote for your selected stone choice.
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How are Granite Counter-tops priced?
By the square foot, which is 12 inches by 12 inches square. Edges are sold by the linear foot which are the 12 inches just along the edge to be machined and polished or bundles in a 40 Sf package for additional savings.What makes one stone color more expensive than another?
A number of factors affect the cost of stone, here are just a few.
- Modern equipment increases safety and precision, but adds overhead such as CNC, Digital Templating, Water jets
- Material waste, labor, diamond tooling and freight have significant costs impacts.
- Supply and demand, quality, and volume buying power affect are material costs.
- Sales people, marketing, showrooms and inventory, workman’s compensation, OSHA compliance all add to the cost per Square Foot.
- Country of origin affects price substantially. Labor and freight from the quarry to the port materially affect raw material price.
Is a “level two stone” the same everywhere I shop?
No. The price group or price level is set by the fabricator. There is no international standard. Every shop prices stone based upon their cost to finish a job with a particular stone. Buying in bulk is one way that a shop might have a stone in a lower price level than another shop.