It is as important to choose the right material for your countertop, surface, siding or flooring as it is to have a proper handling of this material because the wrong installation or fabrication can lead to future problems. Certified professionals who install Silestone Installers in Memphis should use the professional products provided by Silestone. Be sure to ask them!
Silestone Central has a portfolio of top installation professionals for your new Silestone countertops.
Whether it’s for a new home, a kitchen remodel, a fresh look for a commercial space, or a full-home renovation, get expert service with a guarantee. Many Silestone Installers in Memphis also have in-house design consultants and specialists who can do the design or assist with your kitchens, bathrooms or commercial space.
What Should You Look for in a Silestone Countertop Installation Pro?
- Your pro should be licensed, insured, and background-checked
- Labor warranty for 1-year should come standard with installation
- Product expertise of course… ask all kinds of questions
- Real installation pros are up-to-speed on trends for colors, design styles, and edge modifications
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Slab Sizes Available for Silestone Installers in Memphis
There are 2 size options for Silestone Countertops…
Standard: 55 inches by 120 inches
Jumbo: 63 inches by 128 inches.
Slab Thickness Options
There are 3 thickness options for Silestone Installers in Memphis…
Edge Options for Silestone
A completely rounded finish that maintains the surface’s thickness.
This edge type appears square with a slightly eased top edge while maintaining the surface’s thickness.
Similar to the basic ease, this edge maintains the surface thickness and appears square with a slanted top edge.
An edge that is rounded along the top and flattens at the bottom for a straight edge while maintaining a consistent thickness. Also know as half-bullnose.
This traditional style edge features a concave arch that transitions into a convex arch.
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What Price Should You Pay for Installation?
If you are in need of market for Silestone Installers in Memphis, Silestone Central can help. We’ll explain the costs associated with new countertop installation.
For reference, an average project covers a surface area of 40 square feet and features 25 linear feet of finished edges. Please be aware that the following estimates may differ depending on your city.
Cost range: $50 USD to $90 USD per sq. ft (average cost is $68 USD per sq. ft.)
Install Countertop Edges: Up to $20 per linear ft. (average cost is $5 USD per linear foot)
Install Countertop Corner Treatments: $55 USD to $135 each (average cost is $60 USD each)
Sinks and Installation
The cost of a sink and its installation depends on size and shape. An undermount sink will cost around $260 USD (can vary widely based on model), and the installation labor will cost roughly $240 USD (depends on whether you keep the existing plumbing connections).
Plumbing Disconnect and Reconnect
The average cost is $450 to disconnected and then reconnected after countertops are installed.
Countertop Removal and Haul Away
Cost range: $8 USD to $13 USD per sq. ft. (average cost is $9 USD per sq. ft.)
The average cost is $110 USD per cutout to replace traditional, standalone stoves with a cooktop.
Electrical Outlet Cutouts
The average cost is $25 USD per cutout for outlets in a backsplash in order to use small kitchen appliances.
The average cost is $20 per cutout for holes drilled in the countertop to install the sink’s faucet, soap dispenser, or other appliance. Be sure to notify your installer of the model of faucet you have chosen before the project begins.
Backsplash / End-splash / Disposal
The cost varies significantly.