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How Much Do Caesarstone Countertops Cost?

Caesarstone is a trendy countertop option that is not only beautiful, but also easy to maintain. Caesarstone countertops are created from engineered quartz stone and typically have about 93% natural quartz. The material is almost indestructible and is more impact-resistant than natural stone. To no surprise, the extra beauty and function costs more.

See the average Caesarstone price per square foot below. If you want to install a Caesarstone countertop, ImproveNet can connect you with experienced countertop contractors in your area!

Table of Contents

  1. Caesarstone Countertop Price Per Square Foot
  2. Caesarstone Countertops Cost Factors
  3. Cost Of Caesarstone Vs. Other Countertops
  4. What Is Caesarstone?
  5. Where Can I Install Caesarstone Countertops?
  6. Advantages Of Caesarstone Countertops
  7. Disadvantages Of Caesarstone Countertops
  8. Caesarstone Vs. Granite
  9. DIY Or Hire A Countertop Contractor?
  10. Find A Countertop Contractor

Caesarstone Countertop Price Per Square Foot

The full cost breakdown of any countertop comes down to materials and installation. Prices vary by retailer and your countertop contractor, but most Caesarstone countertops cost between $40 and $100 per square foot. While it’s a wide range, Caesarstone costs do fluctuate based on quality.

  • Most Affordable Pricing: $40 per square foot to $50 per square foot.
  • Mid-Range Countertops: $50 per square foot to $80 per square foot.
  • High-End Countertops: $80 per square foot to $100 per square foot.

Fortunately, the Caesarstone prices above include professional installation. As you’ll soon see, the overall price to install Caesarstone counters is more than average. While you can save money by DIY, most homeowners hire the pros. Given that you’re dealing with an expensive and heavy piece of stone, most homeowners want to ensure that beautiful countertop makes it into the kitchen or bathroom in one, solid piece.

Caesarstone Price Per Square Foot

Caesarstone Countertops Cost Factors

While most countertops do not exceed 75 square feet, both $40 and $100 per square foot can lighten your wallet. Fortunately, like any countertop material, there are ways to ensure your countertop installation cost falls on the lighter end.

Caesarstone Grades & Colors

There are multiple levels to choose from. Most homeowners purchase Caesarstone counters in levels one through five. The grades within each level are typically in alphabetical order, priced lowest to highest. If you want to keep costs down, choose a Caesarstone counter in levels one through three.

In terms of color, you can choose from the classic color collection with more than 40 color options, the patterned textured collection with attractive designs like lace and a crocodile motif or the semi-precious stone collection for a bold flair.

Caesarstone Thickness

Beyond grade, you have to consider thickness. Caesarstone thicknesses are typically 20mm and 30mm or between ¾” and 1 ¼”. Any size or thickness outside of these parameters will cost more because it demands more material.

Caesarstone Edge Profile

You’ll also need to determine the edge profile. A flat edge with a rounded corner is standard and will save you money, but you can also choose between bullnose, ogee, bevel and square.

Caesarstone Countertop Shapes

The shape of the countertop can also affect the final Caesarstone price. If you have an L-shaped or U-shaped counter, chances are, you’re going to pay more. These often cost more because of their odd shape and are more difficult to install. In some cases, the cost of installation can be affected by how difficult it is to get the counter into the room. If there are corners, stairs or other obstacles in the way, you might pay a little more for the hassle of getting it inside, especially if the countertop has to be modified just to get it into your kitchen.

Caesarstone Countertop Surface Finishes

Finally, your Caesarstone surface will affect the bottom line. You can choose from polished – the glossy option, honed – which is a matte option, and textured. Caesarstone prices do not fluctuate much based on surface finish. Therefore, choose a surface that makes sense with your décor. While polished is more readily available, honed countertops do not reflect light and make sense if you have a lot of lighting in your kitchen.

How Much Do Caesarstone Countertops Cost

Cost Of Caesarstone Vs. Other Countertops

Caesarstone brings a host of advantages, but when it comes to counters, you have more options than ever. Since cost is a primary decision factor for many, it only makes sense to research all countertop prices.

See how Caesarstone countertop prices compare to other popular countertop materials.


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What Is Caesarstone?

Caesarstone is a specific type of quartz counter manufactured in Israel. As said in the intro, this counter contains approximately 93% quartz, with the other 7% composed of resins and pigments to give it unique colors.

Unlike other counters, the resins are poured into a mold and subjected to 100 tons of pressure. Being subjected to that much pressure makes Caesarstone one of the most durable and strongest counters on the market. If your kitchen or bathroom counter gets a ton of use, Caesarstone is a smart addition.

What Is Caesarstone?

Where Can I Install Caesarstone Countertops?

Because Caesarstone counters are so strong, you can install them in multiple rooms. Of course, like most counters, you can install Caesarstone countertops in your kitchen or bathroom. In fact, if you cook at home often or guests typically gather around the kitchen, the lifetime value of your Caesarstone counters will pay for itself. Since they’re practically indestructible, you will certainly avoid costly countertop repairs down the line.

Besides kitchens and bathrooms, homeowners install Caesarstone for work areas, offices, in commercial settings and through out basements. Given their hardiness and variety of colors, there’s no limit as to where you can install these beautiful surfaces.

Advantages Of Caesarstone Countertops

All kitchen and bathroom counters bring their fair share of pros and cons. However, as you can see below, you would be hard-pressed to find a countertop with more perks than Caesarstone.

First and foremost is the resilience. Countertops in kitchens, bathrooms and other work areas get exposed to numerous hazards. Hot dishes, sharp knives, hair products, tools and heavy items can all scratch or stain a lesser counter. However, Caesarstone responds well to these hazards and more because of its flexural strength, compressive strength, water resistance, freezing strength and impact resistance. All of this makes for a countertop that can withstand scratches, cracks, stains, mold and other moisture damage, and other common countertop damages. Even when used as a food preparation area, the Caesarstone countertop retains its original appearance.

Next, Caesarstone requires very little maintenance. This beautiful quartz/polymer surface never needs to be resealed or refinished (saving you up to $2.33 per square foot). This reduces much of the care that other high-end counters often require. Caesarstone is also chosen because of the durable, non-penetrable surface that is easy to clean. Usually soap, water and a mild cleanser are the only things necessary to maintain the original luster and appearance of the quartz.

Thirdly, most Caesarstone manufacturers and retailers offer longer guarantees than other products. While you shouldn’t worry about damage, given its strength, a written guarantee is always nice to have.

Finally, installing such a high-end counter will certainly increase the value of your home. So, while the upfront cost is more than granite or laminate counters, Caesarstone counters will not only save you money on lifetime repairs, but also help you sell your house when the day comes.

Caesarstone Price Range

Disadvantages Of Caesarstone Countertops

Despite being nearly indestructible, Caesarstone countertops do come with a few drawbacks as well.

First is cost. As you saw above, these quartz counters can cost upwards of $100 per square foot. Not as durable, there are other counters on the market in the $10 - $30 per square foot range.

Next, you have to consider installation. If your Caesarstone countertop installation isn’t completed correctly, the seams may not match up or the edges may not look professional. If so, your square edges can chip.

Despite being very durable, the surface is not impervious to damage. Hot pans could leave a mark. Therefore, don’t leave hot dishes on the counter for too long.

Finally, engineered quartz tends to generate air pollution (not a green counter) and does not offer the depth of color and appearance that 100% natural stone provides.

Caesarstone Vs. Granite

A common dilemma among countertop purchasers is quartz vs. granite. Both countertop options are on trend and are huge upgrades to the likes of tile or laminate. If you’re considering granite over Caesarstone counters, it pays to have a clear comparison between the two.

First, you have to look at cost. Looking at the table above, granite prices go as low as $34 per square foot or as high as $75 per square foot. Conversely, the Caesarstone price range is between $40 and $100 per square foot. Therefore, you can find granites cheaper than Caesarstone and vice versa. However, on average, Caesarstone and quartz counters cost more than granite.

Maintenance is another differentiator. Both countertops demand little cleaning, but Caesarstone does not require any sealing. The same can’t be said of granite. If you don’t seal granite counters, it can absorb spills and won’t look as good as the day you installed.

Next is design. Both counters come in a wide range of colors, but there are decorators and homeowners who prefer to use only natural ingredients. For these shoppers, granite may be the best option. However, those individuals who are concerned about the destruction that occurs when granite is quarried will enjoy the earth-friendly quality of Caesarstone. Additionally, the manufactured stone countertops can be created to a precise standard, unlike the natural variations that occur in granite.

Finally, Caesarstone is stronger and should last longer than granite. Furthermore, the warranty that typically comes with the Caesarstone is a bonus that sets the manufactured stone above its granite competitors.

Cost Of Caesarstone

DIY Or Hire A Countertop Contractor?

Installing tile or laminate counters is not a difficult project. In fact, if you scratch and edge or add an inch off the side, it won’t cost much to repair or replace. Sadly, the same can’t be said for Caesarstone installation.

Caesarstone counters are very heavy. Beyond the dilemma of getting the large stone slab into your kitchen or bathroom, you have to ensure your cabinets or base can hold the weight. If not, you may not only ruin your brand new counter, but your base cabinets as well.

Therefore, installing Caesarstone countertops, or any quartz counters for that matter, is not a DIY project. Most Caesarstone manufacturers have highly trained contractors with experience installing Caesarstone counters. Not only will you have the piece of mind that comes with a pro handling your expensive countertop, but should anything happen, the replacement cost is on them. The same is not true if you turn this into a DIY project.

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Caesarstone is a beautiful, indestructible countertop that is gaining prominence by the day. If you want to install a durable counter, use ImproveNet to find the best countertop contractors in your area, for free!

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Last updated on Nov 7, 2018

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