How Much Do Caesarstone Countertops Cost?

Paul Pogue
Written by Paul Pogue
Updated January 6, 2021
Photo by Brandon Smith

Caesarstone countertops, also known as solid-surface countertops, cost an average of $3,341. Most job costs range between $1,922 and $4,774.

Get quotes from up to 3 pros!
Enter a zip below and get matched to top-rated pros near you.

They can cost as much as $7,000, depending on selections. Solid-surface countertops cost $52 to $120 per square foot installed. This is dependent on edge styles, colors, patterns and the manufacturer. The variance in price is due to the multitude of options available. A solid-surface countertop is any acrylic-based countertop, sometimes called manufactured stone. It is made of minerals, resins and pigments that run all the way through the material. It gives a seamless appearance and is eco-friendly. It is easy to maintain by using only soapy water or mild cleansers. Caesarstone is a popular brand of quartz surfaces. Caesarstone’s quartz surfaces are manufactured by combining 93 percent quartz mineral with 7 percent polyresin.

When measuring for your new countertop, remember that this should only be used for a rough idea of how much material you will need. The actual measurements need to be done on site by a professional countertop installer. Seams must be hidden by means of an epoxy tinted to match your countertop. Let an experienced installer handle the job, especially if a pattern is involved.

Most countertops will come with a basic edge. If you want a different edge, such as bullnose or ogee, it can cost an additional $12 to $17 per linear foot. Corners are often the most difficult part of edgework. If your design has several corners, the installation cost may go up.

Another cost factor is how difficult it will be to get your countertop into the house. Be sure the path to your kitchen is as straight and clean as possible. Customization is inherent in installing these countertops. Every countertop must be cut to your kitchen’s specifications, such as the placement of sinks, backsplashes and other features. Some countertops even have built-in drain-boards. The customization options are endless. The pros of a solid-surface countertop include a seamless look, durability, non-porous and easy-to-clean design and easy customization. Cons include susceptibility to scorching from high heat, deep scratching if used as a cutting surface, susceptibility to strong chemicals and high installation costs

Need professional help with your project?
Get quotes from top-rated pros.