In order to get a quote, locate your nearest kitchen or bathroom showroom or fabricator using our online tool via the Where to buy section of our website.
The final cost of your Caesarstone surface is dependent on which product you choose and, primarily, the size and complexity of the installation.
Caesarstone supplies the chosen slabs only. This is cost A.
A fabricator will then cut, finish and install those slabs in your kitchen or bathroom as a direct commission from you, or by your kitchen or bathroom studio. This is cost B.
The final price is cost A + cost B.
At Caesarstone, we have a guide pricing structure that retailers and fabricators take into account when quoting customers, however, variable factors relating to each individual installation means that we cannot provide quotes directly to our customers.
We recommend that you get at least two or three alternative fabricator quotes to ensure you get the best value.
Consult our Design to Inspire swatchbook for detailed information on the anatomy of a kitchen, along with practical suggestions and advice when considering using Caesarstone in your refurbishment. It also includes an explanation of how a Caesarstone slab is cut and fabricated into a complete worktop.