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Cost of Granite Vanity Top: What Should You Expect to Pay?

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Written by Amanda Kaiser on July 31, 2019 REVIEWED BY Samantha Peterson
Last updated on October 04, 2022
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Installing a granite vanity top in your bathroom can help you add both visual and functional appeal to the room. Out of all the options you will have for your vanity top, granite is among the very best. As far as cost goes, there are many aspects that will influence the cost. These aspects are further analyzed below. 

Why Should I Choose Granite?

One of the best investments you can make for your home is installing a granite vanity top in your bathroom. Granite is one of the most beautiful, durable and valuable natural stone countertop materials. In addition, granite tends to be less expensive than other natural stone options such as marble and quartzite, while not sacrificing high quality looks. 

How Much Should I Expect to Pay? Cost of Granite Vanity Top 

Various factors will impact how much your new granite bathroom vanity top will cost. This guide will review the factors you should consider below. 

Factors to Consider

  • How Much You Need 

  • What Type of Granite 

  • Where You Live 

  • Installation

Factors to Consider

How Much You Need

Much of the price for your new granite vanity top will depend upon how much of the material you will require for the job. The more square feet of the material you need for your job, the higher the price will be. This will be the case with any stone you find. 

What Type of Granite

Another factor that will impact the cost of your new granite bathroom vanity top is the specific type of granite that you choose. Granite that is more commonly found will come at a lesser cost than granite that is considered rare.

Where You Live

Although it may not seem like it would, where you live can impact how much your granite bathroom vanity top will cost. This is mostly due to the transportation costs of getting the granite from the quarry to the stone yard, and ultimately, to your house. 

Installation

Installing your granite vanity top is not a job that you can do by yourself. Granite is an extremely heavy stone, so you will have to leave it to the experts to handle. Because of this, you will have to pay for installation costs. This shouldn’t be much of a concern, as you’d much rather have the job done right than to make a major mistake while trying to cut costs. 

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How To Get an Estimate 

If you are looking for a cost estimate for your project, Marble.com has an Estimate Tool that you can use. This will give you a good idea of how much you should be budgeting for the project. 

Completing your bathroom remodeling project with a granite bathroom vanity top will surely leave you satisfied for years to come. While kitchen countertops will usually get most of the attention, installing a granite bathroom vanity top will add significant appeal to your bathroom. In addition, you will be getting a natural stone that is known for its durability.

National Average

$4,000

(30 sq.ft. of moderate countertop with eased edge, undermount sink, and no backsplash)

Low: $2,000
Medium: $4,000
High: $6,000+

Cost to install kitchen countertops varies greatly by region (and even by zip code). Get free estimates from countertop installers in your city.

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