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How much will it cost to install a Quartz Countertop?

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The cost to install a quartz countertop on average is roughly $175 - $300.00 per square foot. These prices can vary entirely dependent on what kind of finishes you are looking for: the number of sink cut-outs, fixtures, edging detail all add up to more work for the installer - these types of cuts are done on-site.

Quartz Countertop cost factors - Here's how it all adds up:

1, Sink cut-outs: Depending on the size of your sink and if its under-mount styled sink, this will run you between $150 - $300.00 per cut-out.

2, Fixture cut-outs: This could be anything from electrical or soap dispensers. This will run $75 - $125.00 each.

3, Edging: This pertains to the edge style or pattern: Eased, beveled, double-beveled, full-nose, or half-nose, will add to the price of $20 - $30.00 per lineal ft.

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