Which Countertop is Cheaper: Granite or Quartz?

Quartz and granite countertops are both priced per square foot, with granite having the largest price variation. Depending on the availability of a color and pattern, granite can sometimes be more expensive than quartz. In this article, we'll provide a summary of the cost comparisons of countertops, the factors that affect the price, and how to save money on each material without sacrificing quality professional installation. We'll also evaluate the ongoing maintenance costs of each material based on whether they need to be sealed regularly and the cost of cleaning products and possible repairs.

The ratings are low, moderate, and high. Quartz is one of the most abundant minerals found on Earth and has been used in the manufacture of kitchen and bathroom countertops for decades. It is not easily scratched and is ideal for kitchen countertops that experience a lot of wear and tear. Warm, traditional, and very attractive wooden and butcher countertops are also an excellent option for those who love to work in the kitchen.

Once you've established the budget for your bathroom or kitchen remodeling project, the next step is to identify the types of countertops that fit within it. Both granite and quartz countertops come in a variety of tones and patterns to fit your kitchen's unique color palette. For those who want their countertops and splash guards to be colorful and creative, as well as eco-friendly, they love the look of a recycled glass countertop.

Curt Cuneo
Curt Cuneo

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