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How Much Do Countertops From Caesarstone Cost?

Typical Range: $3,500 - $5,000

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Cost of Caesarstone Countertops

Caesarstone material costs $55 to $75 per square foot. It is an extra $15 to $25 per square foot for labor. Fifty square feet is the average countertop surface area. The total price for a project of this size is $3,500 to $5,000, including materials and an installation team. The average price is $4,250.

Caesarstone Price Per Square Foot

The average price of Caesarstone material is $55 to $75 per square foot. This does not include labor and installation. In total you will spend $2,750 to $3,750 on the material to fit out a 50-square-foot countertop area. Order 5 to 10% extra to account for any measurement and fitting errors.

Caesarstone is available in over 60 different styles and colors under four distinct collections.

Caesarstone Price List
NamePrice per Square Foot
Classico$55-$60
Supernatural$55-$60
Metropolitan$60-$75
Concetto$400+

Classico

Casesrstone’s Classico collection ranges between $55 and $60 per square foot and is great for residential and commercial purposes. It’s available in multiple colors including:

  • Organic White
  • Shitake
  • Nougat
  • Concrete
  • Pure White

Supernatural

Supernatural collection has a natural quartz appearance and averages about $65 per square foot. Styles include:

  • Frosty Carrina
  • London Grey
  • Dreamy Marfil
  • Piantra Grey
  • Bianco Drift

Metropolitan

Caesarstone’s Metropolitan ranges from $70 to $75 per square foot and includes rough or concrete finishes in neutral colors.

  • White Attica
  • Calcacatta Nuvo

Concetto

Caesarstone's most expensive options come from the Concetto collection at up to $400 per square foot. There are 15 different styles to choose from, all of which use luxurious, semi-precious stones.

Caesarstone Overlay Countertop Costs

If you're on a tight budget and want a quartz countertop, Caesarstone Transform is available for $50 to $60 per square foot. Contractors lay it over your existing surfaces, such as laminate, tile and concrete, making it fast and cheap to install.

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Caesarstone Installation Cost

The labor cost to install Caesarstone is $15 to $25 per square foot. This includes all fittings, sealants, planning time and cleaning up. In total, the average kitchen has 50 square feet of countertop. Additionally, the countertop price is $55 to $75 per square foot. In total, expect to pay $3,500 to $5,000 for the entire project.

Caesarstone Countertop Cost

Surface area (in square feet)Total cost
25$1,750-$2,500
50$3,500-$5,000
75$5,250-$7,500
100$7,000-$10,000

Caesarstone Vanity Top Costs

A vanity top costs $350 to $500 for all the material and installation. This is based on the average bathroom vanity measuring 5 square feet.

Caesarstone Cost Comparison

Caesarstone Cost vs. Granite

Granite countertop material costs $40 to $90 per square foot, and Caesarstone’s is $55 to $75 per square foot. Despite the overlapping price, granite has a broader range of affordable options.

GraniteCaesarstone
Pros
  • Heat-resistance is higher than quartz-based materials
  • Each slab is unique
  • Generally cheaper
  • Ability to endure centuries of use
  • Limited maintenance necessary
  • Stain-resistant and resilient against chemicals
  • Wide range of colors and patterns
Cons
  • Prone to staining if liquids are left for long periods due to high porosity
  • Must be cleaned with specialized formulas
  • Limited range of colors
  • Requires annual maintenance with sealant
  • Human-designed patterns and colors lack uniqueness
  • More expensive
  • Low resistance against hot pans and pots
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Cambria vs. Caesarstone Cost

Cambria is $65 to $75 per square foot. Its cheapest models are $10 per square foot more expensive compared to Caesarstone. It has more than twice as many styles to choose from.

Caesarstone vs. Marble Cost

Marble countertops cost $65 to $90 per square foot. They are 10 to 20% more expensive than Caesarstone.

Essastone vs. Caesarstone Price

Essastone costs $35 to $80 per square foot. Their standard single-color designs are up to 40% cheaper compared to a similar Caesarstone model. It is a European-made engineered stone distributed only in Australia.

Vadara vs. Caesarstone Price

Vadara costs $40 to $60 per square foot, making it $15 cheaper compared to Caesarstone.

Cost of Caesarstone vs. Silestone

At $50 to $70 per square foot, Silestone is $5 less than Caesarstone. Uniquely it contains Microban, which is a protective layer that inhibits mildew growth.

What Impacts Caesarstone Prices?

1. Thickness

Their countertop thickness ranges from 3/4 to 1 1/4 inch for a typical slab. Thicker styles cost more.

2. Edge Profile

Flat-faced edges with rounded corners are the most common and least expensive. Sides such as 45-degree bevels and ogees, which have an S-shaped profile, cost more.

3. Color and Pattern

If you choose a design with embedded semi-precious stones, such as amethyst, the cost is at least five times higher compared to a style with classic colors and no textures.

4. Shape

Caesarstone is poured into a mold during the manufacturing process. Virtually any form is possible. Multi-sided asymmetrical shapes cost more and are harder to install, especially if you have an unusual kitchen layout.

5. Surface Finishes

Surface finish has little to no impact on the price. You can choose from glossy polished, a matted version referred to as “honed,” or textured.

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DIY vs. Hiring a Contractor to Install Caesarstone Countertops

A 50-square-foot stone countertop weighs 300 to 700 pounds, so they are not suited to DIY. An installation team is highly trained to complete the job safely and without breaking your expensive investment. It takes a team approximately 9 hours to complete the job, including cleaning up the site. Find a countertop contractor near you for assistance.

FAQs

Is quartz the same as Caesarstone?

Caesarstone is a brand name for a quartz countertop product manufactured in Israel.

Is Caesarstone cheaper than granite?

Granite is similar in price to Caesarstone, except it has more low-cost options available.

What is Caesarstone made of?

Caesarstone is an engineered stone made from 93% quartz. It is mixed with polymer resins and pigments to form different colors and patterns.

How is Caesarstone made?

Caesarstone is made by first mixing quartz, pigments and resins. This mixture is poured into a mold and heated to 194 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 minutes. Then, they apply 100 tons of pressure to strengthen and shape it. The result is a countertop more impact-resistant than natural stone.

What are Caesarstone's price groups?

Outside of the US Caesarstone categorizes their product range into numbered price groups or renames their collections. Individual product names remain the same worldwide.

Where can I use Caesarstone?

There are many different uses for Caesarstone in the home:

  • Kitchen and bathroom countertops
  • Staircases
  • Wall panels
  • Flooring
  • Customized furniture
  • Deluxe worktops
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