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Costs and Additional Charges to Consider When Installing Granite Countertops

The cost of granite countertops can vary depending on a number of factors, including the type of granite, the thickness of the slab, and the size of the countertop. On average, granite countertops can cost anywhere from $49 to $150 per square foot, including installation. However, prices can range from $39 to $250 per square foot, depending on the quality and rarity of the granite. Additional charges that may apply to the cost of granite countertops include:

  • Edge treatment: additional charges may apply for special edge treatments, such as bullnose, ogee, royal ogee, laminated edges, and mired edges.

  • Sink cutout: if a sink cutout is required, this will add to the overall cost of the countertop.

  • Seam: if the countertop is longer than the available slab, a seam will be necessary, and additional charges may apply.

  • Template and installation: template and installation fees may vary based on the complexity of the project and the contractor.

  • Sales tax: depending on the location, sales tax may apply to the cost of the countertop and any additional charges.

  • The cost of tolls and gas may apply.

It's important to note that the above-mentioned pricing is an estimate and the actual cost may vary based on the location, and the contractor you choose. It's always recommended to make sure the fabricator is legit. Look for Insurance, visit the showroom and shop, and see reviews online.

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