Quartz is one of the rare materials that have gained much popularity in recent years for residential use. One of the reasons for that is that quartz is more affordable than its first competitors, natural stones. Quartz offers a great price-quality ratio that will be hard to match. But what other factors will make an impact on the price?
1. The colour
The colour you opt for is the main factor in the shaping of the price. The rarer the colour is, the more expensive it will be. Neutral colours are usually less expensive than the colours you are not seeing every day, such as bright blue or orange.
2. The installation process
The complexity of the installation is also an important factor. If you have corner elements that will add to the price; installation for non-standard elements will cost a bit more. Some cabinets may require additional structural support, such as the one under the sink.
3. The brand
At Y&S marble you can choose from multiple quartz brands at all costs. Some renowned brands like Silestone or Cambria can cost more because of their reputation and long tradition. Choosing, other, newer brands can be a smart choice if you are on a budget.
Adding customized elements will also add to the final price. Edge treatments are the most common type of customization; they can be shaped to have a round or bevelled edge, for example. Quartz can be given custom cutouts for fixtures and appliances.
5. Ask for a free quote
You can always ask us for a free quote; you will just need to provide us with the colour you opt for and the dimensions of your cabinets. This way, you will be able to tell whether a certain colour fits your budget. No matter the colour you choose, you should save 10% more of the quote.
The prices for quartz worktops are starting from £250 per square meter.
The installation is handled by our fully certified and experienced team. The installation will be handled solely by us, as we don’t use subcontractors. In just one week from the moment you call us, you can get your new quartz worktops installed and ready to use.
For more information about the prices and installation of quartz worktops contact us here.