How Much are Quartz Countertops?
Quartz countertops are a great investment into the heart of the home: your kitchen. You may be asking yourself, “How much are quartz countertops?”. We’re here to help you with your question and provide thorough answers which help you navigate the sometimes confusing area of quartz countertops. Read on to learn more about who we are at Emerald Granite Works. We can have your kitchen, bathroom, or anything and everything in between looking its best with our excellent quartz countertops and amazing installation.
Factors Which Affect Quartz Countertops
There are multiple factors which influence the cost, and quality, of your quartz countertops. The old phrase “you get what you pay for” rings true throughout most of the quartz industry. Obviously, if you were to spend considerably less for a quartz countertop, it may have originated from a cheaper source, which in turn can yield cheaper quality in most cases. However, if you were to invest in a higher quality quartz, you can most likely expect you’ll pay a higher cost for the product itself. All in all, there are multiple factors which allow the costs to fluctuate accordingly. Below, we’ve listed out some of the most common cost factors we’ve seen here at Emerald Granite Works.
Just like any other business model, there are really great manufacturers of products and there are really terrible manufacturers of products. The same is to be said with quartz. You’ll want to ensure you’re receiving quartz from a high quality manufacturer. The best way to ensure this is to ask the right questions of your granite supplier and look over customer reviews from said supplier. If there are quality concerns raised consistently throughout the reviews, or something seems “off” when communicating with the local supplier; find somebody else to help you. It’s not worth it to save some money short-term and then experience long-term costs of fixing the defunct quartz, or altogether replacing it sometime in the future.
Country of Origin
Quartz originates from places such as Brazil, India, and even here in the USA. However, China is known for having many product inconsistencies with their quartz and should be avoided more often than not. Some of the most common issues with Chinese quartz consist of resin pooling, resin to pigment ratio inconsistencies, varying slab thickness, misuse of harmful chemicals, and more. You’ll want to try and find a granite supplier who imports their quartz from more reputable countries, or sources directly from here in the United States. Additionally, the higher price you’ll most likely pay for Chinese quartz is primarily due to the higher tariffs imposed on imports originating from areas throughout China.
Colors & Patterns
If there’s a trending pattern or color, you can expect to pay more than a standard color which is always in-stock. Quartz countertops follow the simple law of supply and demand. The higher the demand, the lower the supply, and therefore the costs increase for the specified style.
As mentioned above, there are higher quality and lower quality quartz throughout the world. The higher the quality, the more you’ll pay for the product; as it will typically have a much longer lifespan than the cheaper product.
So, How Much Do Quartz Countertops Cost?
Thanks for reading through and patiently waiting for the answer you’ve been searching for! Quartz countertops typically range between $45-$150 per square foot installed. This price varies upon the quality, the style, country of origin, etc… The better the quality, the higher the price. If you’re seeking out in demand, exotic, high quality quartz, you’ll most likely be paying upwards of $100+ per square foot. The average homeowner cost should be around $50-$75 per square foot installed.. In addition to the price of the materials, fabrication and installation fees from a company like ours, we always provide our customers with excellent customer service, attention to detail, and an overall amazing experience. Read some of our reviews, right here!
What is the Cost of Quartz Countertop Installation?
As stated above, our installation costs vary by project, but you can always expect us to be one of the best granite suppliers and installers in the business. We take the time to truly understand and evaluate your needs, while at the same time providing you with some of the highest quality quartz at a reasonable price.
Quartz Countertops Costs vs. Granite Countertops Costs
When comparing and contrasting quartz and granite in terms of cost, granite will typically be more expensive in many cases. The benefit of quartz over granite is the level of selection you have and low maintenance required. Both products are beautiful in their own right, it just depends on the needs of the homeowner.
Contact Us at Emerald Granite Works to Schedule a Consultation
Feel free to give us a call at 512-588-4459 or click on the button below to contact us and we’ll be sure to respond to you within one business day. We look forward to hearing from you very soon and we’ll be sure to help you make the right choice when it comes to selecting the right quartz countertop for your home.