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Gemstone Countertop Cost: How Much Will You Pay?

by Jeremy Troetti

Updated on October 22, 2019 03:41:24 PM


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If your home remodeling project is not restricted because of budget, gemstone is one of the top options for a truly breathtaking new countertop. Gemstone is some of the most beautiful material that is produced by the earth. Any chance to incorporate it into your home will surely be something you will want to take advantage of. This guide will give you a better idea of how much you should expect to pay for gemstone countertops, as well as more information about the surfaces. 

 

How Much Do Gemstone Countertops Cost? 

 

As implied above, gemstone countertops are not cheap. In general, gemstone countertops start at around $100 per square foot. Keep in mind that this number is just a starting point. Many gemstone countertops can cost much more. 

 

Why Choose Gemstone Countertops? 

 

There are many great reasons to choose gemstone countertops, provided that your budget allows for them. To start, the surfaces are simply breathtaking. If you are looking for a countertop that can instantly become the focal point of any room, gemstone is sure to help you get what you want. In addition to their magnificent appearance, gemstone countertops are also very durable, heat resistant, scratch resistant and easy to clean. When you combine these elements with the stunning beauty the material will provide to your home, you get one of the best unique surfaces that you will be able to find. 

 

How Does the Price of Gemstone Compare to the Cost of Other Stone Options? 

 

The table below highlights the cost of gemstone countertops in comparison to various other stone countertop options. 

Cost of Stone Countertops
Granite $35 to $75 per square foot 
Marble $40 to $100 per square foot
Quartz $50 to $120 per square foot
Slate $50 to $200 per square foot
Soapstone $55 to $100 per square foot
Limestone $70 to $200 per square foot
Onyx $75 to $250 per square foot
Gemstone Start around $100 per square foot

 

As you can tell from this list, gemstone is the most expensive of the stone countertop options. While this is the case, when you consider the uniqueness and other positive qualities that the material has, gemstone countertops are an excellent choice if you can make them work within your budget. 

 

 

It is not every day that you see semi-precious stone incorporated into a home in the form of a countertop. If you want to install a countertop that will truly make your home stand out, gemstone is an excellent material to choose. This guide will help you prepare for the countertop buying process by giving you an increased knowledge of the cost and other factors associated with gemstone countertops.



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Originally posted on October 22, 2019 03:29:06 PM

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