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posted: Apr. 25, 2007 @ 9:08a
$72 per square foot installed ?
posted: Apr. 26, 2007 @ 4:43p
I PM'd you personally. Stone Art in Paramus, NJ has a limited knock off quartz they call Signature Quartz for $40/sq. We did it and love it (and they did nice work). Only problem is very limited selection (4 or 5 dark colors).
Keep an eye out for their $300 off coupon floating around in the Valpaks.
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posted: Apr. 26, 2007 @ 7:34p
gipnyc said: Signature Quartz for $40/sq. We did it and love it$40/sqft installed ?
posted: Apr. 27, 2007 @ 8:39a
$40 installed but they added NJ 6% tax.
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posted: Apr. 27, 2007 @ 1:31p
kinggofg said: We have picked out Blue Sahara in Silestone. I have quoted e-counters. But its still pretty expensive. $72 per sft
All in their quote is $2000 for about 21sft. 1 sink cutout. Normal edge. 4" backsplash. 1 rough sink cutout. 2 box cutouts.
Anyone know of any cheaper options. I'm going to HD to get a quote. Will probably try a local place or two as well.
Anyone have any other ideas? Anyone know another brand with a similar color we should look at? What about Ikea? I don't want to drive all the way out to Ikea if it isn't going to save anything.
Help fatwalleters. $2000 is really bumming me out. We have out heart set on quartz or silestone.
Area is nothern NJ
Try www.ecounters.com. Prices were better than Home Depot and they usually offer either a free sink or 10% off. They actually use the same fabricators as HD.
I'm in central NJ. They were extremely prompt and professional. Very good and quick communication. Absolutely no complaints (I've got $4500 worth of Absolute Green in my house).
They run from about $45 - $80 per square foot. Watch when doing comparisons, most places have a teaser price that is based on 3/4" thickness. If you've ever seen a kitchen with 3/4", it looks like crap. Definitely go with the 1 1/4".
Also, be careful of fabrication costs (edges, sink cutout, faucet holes, etc.).
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