Much like any other part of a home, your kitchen countertop cost varies depending on several factors. Here in the Philippines, a granite countertop ranges typically from Php5,000 to Php50,000 (or more). Marble, on the other hand, costs even higher. To give you an idea on how much will you be charged by your local supplier, keep in mind the following:

 

a. Supply & Demand

Like any other goods sold in the market, the most significant factor affecting all the stones’ prices worldwide is the supply and demand.
The most common and readily available colors, like Salt & Pepper (G603), will not have a high price point because of their abundance.

Rarity creates value. When a stone is sold exclusively by one company, they can demand a hefty price for it.

 

b. Origin (Quarry Location) of the Material

Transportation expenses add up to the price of slabs. Materials quarried within your country or region may cost less compared to those shipped from across the globe.

Also, labor cost affects the price of every material. Thus, one can expect that the stone processed in China will be cheaper compared to the ones produced in Italy or Brazil considering the salary difference.

c. Slab Size

Larger slab dimensions allow us to install countertops with fewer seams, but more wastage.

One large piece of granite or marble will have a more uniform color and appearance compared to using 2 or more smaller slabs joined.

Not all slabs, however, are available in the size you need for your project. Sometimes you will have to buy another should the dimension won’t suffice.

Moreover, larger slabs are harder to work with during the installation of a countertop.

 

d. Thickness

Granites and marbles are extracted in large blocks and are cut into slabs (imagine a white bread cut into slices). Sometimes, to maximize the enormous block, some factories produce thinner sections. Usually, these stones come in 18 mm thickness. But they are also available in 15 mm to 30 mm, depending on the stock.

Do note, however, that the thicker the slab, the more expensive it gets.

e. Complexity of the Installation

Only experienced professionals should install your countertops. It may be tempting to do-it-yourself, but you will just be able to save the money if you do the job correctly.

Lastly, your countertop’s edge profile, cutouts (for the sink, range, and electrical outlet), and layout factors to the degree of difficulty of the installation. Remember: your local supplier will charge you accordingly.


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74 Comments

  1. Do you sell granite cleaner, polisher, and sealer? If you do may I request a price list on those products…This is for my white salt and pepper granite countertop which I want to bring back it’s shine and protect it from further damage.
    Thank you and good day!

  2. Hi Stone Depot, do you have branch in Tacloban? our requirement granite for cooktop is L=200cm and W=60cm.

    Would like also to inquire if you deliver for Guiuan, Eastern Samar as our location is there.
    Thanks and more power.

    1. Hi, Maricor!

      We are currently based solely in Cebu. But we have had clients ship their materials to both Tacloban City and Leyte, Leyte.

      You may email your requirements to “contact@granite.ph”

      Alternatively, you may reach us at 0917 683 2261. Thanks!

  3. Do you sell granite cleaner, polisher, and sealer? If you do may I request a price list on those products…This is for my white salt and pepper granite countertop which I want to bring back it’s shine and protect it from further damage.
    Thank you and good day!

  4. Are you able to cut pieces to the client’s specifications – i.e. 78cm (wide) by over 200cm (long)?
    Will try to visit your location in Cebu very soon.
    Thanks.

    1. Hi, Owen!

      Yes, we can cut them based on the specifications of your requirements.

      Do note, however, that some colors have limited dimensions. It would be best to email us (contact@granite.ph) beforehand so we can check the availability of your preferred color.

      Thanks!

  5. How much for 315×60 black galaxy countet top. Dalawa ang butas for sink and convection cooker. Iruihin. Ablesite Tagaytay. Thanks.

    1. Hi, Bernard!

      Can you send us the plan for your kitchen so we can provide you with a rough estimate?

      Our email address is “contact@granite.ph”. Don’t forget to include your mobile number, as well.

      Thanks!

  6. hi,

    any branch in nueva ecija? how much is the estimate cost for an L shape countertop? im planning for a bit small kitchen space

    thanks.

      1. Thanks for your reply. How much is the extra charge to ship to Siquijor? HM extra cost with to install?

      2. Hi, Gina!

        Can you email us the plan for your countertop so we can give you a rough estimate?

        Our email address is “contact@granite.ph”

        Don’t forget to include your mobile number, as well.

        Thanks!

  7. Hello,
    Just wanted to ask if you have marble tiles for floors and its prices? Also for granite countertop?

    Thanks,
    Zen

    1. Hi, Christine!

      We, unfortunately, do not have a branch in CDO. We can, however, ship your orders from Cebu.

      Just send us a message at 0956 137 9991.

      Thanks!

  8. Hi!
    My name is Roqs. Do you have a branch as well in Iloilo City?
    Anyway, I wanna know how much is the cost of 15mm thickness white granite slab?

    1. Hi, Roqs!

      We only have branches in Cebu and Davao.

      We can, however, ship your requirements to Iloilo from Cebu.

      We, unfortunately, do not have 15mm thick slabs. We only carry standard 18mm thick stones.

      Salt and Pepper costs Php1,200 per sqm. at the moment.

      Thanks!

  9. Hi! I would like to ask how much is the granite countertop installation fee? Is it possible to get the service only & buy the granite elsewhere? Thanks

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  13. hello stone depot,

    Do you have branch in San Fernando Pampanga? How much is the price of granite 2 feet by 4 feet counter tops 30mm thickness?

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