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Granite Composite Kitchen Sink Price Guide

How much does a composite granite sink cost? There are several factors that determine the granite sink price. This guide will give you a clear idea of the granite composite sink prices you’ll find as you plan your kitchen.

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Factors that Affect Granite Composite Kitchen Sink Prices

Granite composite is trending right now and is expected to continue to be hot because it offers a wonderful blend of beauty and durability without the need for excessive care. The decisions you’ll need to make include:

  • Size: Granite composite sink widths start at about 15” and increase to more than 36”. Depth of sinks ranges from 6” to 12”.
  • Configuration: Single and double sinks are by far the most popular, but triple sinks are made too. See our guide sets on each of these sink configurations for a wealth of details you can use to decide which configuration fits the way you plan to use your sink.
  • Types: Your choices include topmount (aka drop-in and self-rimming), undermount and apron/country/farmhouse sinks. If you’d like to explore the pros & cons and prices of these, see our guides for each type of sink.

Granite Composite Sink Prices

There’s quite a wide range of composite kitchen sink prices based on size of the sink and other factors. Here’s a breakdown that should help you budget for your purchase.

Granite composite topmount kitchen sink prices:

  • Average cost: $150-$375
  • Low cost: About $70
  • High cost: Up to $1,250
  • Factors affecting cost: Sink capacity, number of bowls, stylistic details

Granite composite undermount kitchen sink prices:

  • Average cost: $200-$425
  • Low cost: About $90
  • High cost: Up to $1,400
  • Factors affecting cost: Sink capacity, number of bowls, stylistic details

Granite composite apron and farmhouse kitchen sink prices:

  • Average cost: $450-$750
  • Low cost: About $300
  • High cost: About $1,500 for standard sinks and up to $4,000 for custom-made sinks
  • Factors affecting cost: Sink capacity, stylistic details, extra support required

Saving Money on your Granite Composite Kitchen Sink and Installation

If you’d like to know how to save money on a granite composite sink, these tips will help cut costs by up to 40%.

  • Shop broadly for deals, both at local kitchen and home improvement stores and from online retailers
  • Look at discontinued and clearance sinks for a sink that will look great with your kitchen design
  • Choose a smaller sink that fits your budget
  • If you’re remodeling the kitchen, do some of the work yourself such as remove the old sink, countertops and cabinets
  • Get estimates from several companies, and tell them that they’re competing for the work

When it’s time to get bids on sink replacement or an entire kitchen remodel, we can help you save money and find an experienced contractor for the work. Choose the Free Estimates option, fill out a quick form, and you’ll receive competitive, written estimates from three of the top kitchen installers where you live. The service is free, and there is no obligation. Discuss the work with each contractor, and choose the one with the right combination of expertise and price.

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