Minnesota Granite Countertop Cost Per Square foot between $40 to $250
Many factors contribute to the costs of your custom countertops. Here we will review many factors that go into the costs associated with you custom countertops.
Top 5 Factors that affect your countertop costs
#1 Material Costs
This is by far the larger factor in the cost of custom Countetops. The price of a slab of uba tube or dallas white is much lower than a slab of iceburg quartzite. This is due to the costs associated to making this material available to you. Just like the differnce between a Kia car and a Bentley.
#2 Countertop Sales process
If you require a fancy showroom, Additional designer services, faster service you may find that you will pay a premium for these additional benefits.
#3 Countertop Fabrication costs
The more work required to complete the custom countertops the more the project will costs. Waterfall edges are all the rage. Thes edges increase manufacturing time, job complexity and installation time. This will add signifigant costs to the labor side of the project. Companies that have invested in automation and templating for accuracy also may cost more but the chances that the end product will be more accurate and less issues with installations are worth any additional cost.
The first page of the Minnesota Granite estimator allows you to select the style of the Minnesota Granite countertop. Each shape can define various portions of the Minnesota Granite countertop. You also can enter the total square foot for the estimate if you already know the square foot of the countertop.
Take the measurement according to the drawing below. once you have entered the corresponding measurements define the purpose of the edge by defining it as a wall edge or applinace. This will define the treatment of the edge for the Minnesota Granite estimate. Also check the box if you intend to have Minnesota Granite backslpash.
How are Minnesota Granite countertops Priced for Estimate?
Step #1 meassurements for Square Footage
The amount of material required for your countertop Surface area. To calculate the square footage required for your countertops we need a measuring tape and a note pad. Scketch the simple shapes of your countertop on the pice of paper and then lets start meassuring. Write down your measuments in inches.. this is important to the next step. Round up meassurements to the next inch . eg. if you have 38 1/2 inchas use 39 for the measurement.
At this point you can use the instant estimator to input the pieces or ...
Step #2 Math Urgh!
Now we need to total up the surface area based on these meassurements. This is not too hard .. so here we go. Take each area as squares and multiply the length times the width. this will give you square inches. Then divide that number by 144 to give you square feet. add all your pieces together to get the total square feet of the project.
Enter this number into the Minnesota Granite estimator to save time as the known square footage.
Step #3 Material Selection
The cost of a the selected material varies a lot. Some granites are very inexpenxive (as low as $29/sf in some areas of the country) and some quartzites are extremly expensive (up to as high as $200/sf ) and everything in between. The estimator has some basic price points that you can use to ballpark the estimate. Seen Below.
Sink cutout costs vary depending on what you need and want. If you have more than 1 sink cut out this is also a concideration. Cooktops dont have to be polished. Polishing edges for undermount sinks can increase costs. The more you need the more this will cost.
Complexity of installation enviornment.. If you live on the 3rd floor without an elevator then this can add additional man power required. If complicated entry requires changes to size of pieces that can enter. All these factors are typically identifed at template and can't be factored into this Minnesota Granite estimator.
Distance to location: Most Minnesota Granite fabricators will have a standard distance they will travel. If your location is outside this distance you might see trip charges to cover the additional expenses. Again this can't be factored into the estimator.
Edging: the more complicated the edging the more man hours it will take to finish. These costs are typically charged by the linear foot. The estimator does not factor a fee for edging and assumes that you will select a free edge or a less expensive edge.
The Instant Minnesota Granite Countertops Estimator will help you get an idea of what the costs will be. When a local partner is available they will contact you to go over some of the additional details to help provide you with a more accurate Minnesota Granite estimate.
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