Quartz engineered stone prices comparison:
When We have to buy a new counter top for the kitchen or Vanity, it’s very important to understand the prices difference of these.
Usually, when we talk about quartz engineered stone, more fine is the grain and pure the colors and more the prices goes up, this it’s due to the fact that it’s more difficult make a pure color than a speckled coarse grained.
Marble and stone effect are the new trends in interior design, prices are also more high than the standard one because it’s necessary a particular technology to made this special “natural effect“.
Some quartz suppliers offer different finishes than polished, like honed, leather, slate or brushed. These finishes usually are slightly more expensive than the normal polished but prices change from fabricator to fabricator.
Engineered stone it’s anti-absorbent but without a polished surface We suggest to seal the counter tops with a permanent sealant in these particular finishes. But don’t do it yourself! Let the fabricator seals your worktop.
A factor of change in prices it’s the size of your worktops (slabs size it’s usually 3,05 x 1,4 m), island tops and down-stands can considerably increase the price especially if there’s a lot of scrap material. For example if your island top size it’s 1,8 x 0,9 m it’s necessary 1 slab just for this worktop when 1 slab it’s enough to make almost 6 linear meters of standard counter tops.
Simplifying, the followed it’s a table prices comparison of the most Bretonstone technology engineered-stone available in South Africa.
MATERIAL BRAND PRICE RANGE 1 - 5
QF LIGHT BEIGE
QF DARK GREY