Corian Countertop Prices for Bathrooms

Get all the info you'll need on Corian countertop prices for bathrooms, and get ready to install a long-lasting and beautiful countertop in your bath space.

Understanding prices for Corian and other composite bathroom countertops can help you make an informed purchasing decision.

Corian has become a more popular choice for bathroom countertops, attractively approximating the look of natural stone—and if you're considering this material for your bath space, you'll want to browse the range of Corian countertop prices for bathrooms.

Corian is generally considered a great budget option in comparison to granite or manufactured quartz, both of which are quite expensive. Corian is also available in a range of styles and colors, so you're unlikely to have any problem matching the style of your bath space.

For basic Corian countertops, you can expect to spend $40 - 60 per square foot for materials and installation. This type of Corian countertop will not be of the highest quality—it may be less durable than higher quality Corian, and susceptible to scratching or chipping, for example—but it will still have a beautiful appearance at a budget price.

For a better quality Corian countertop material, you can expect to pay $50 - $70 per square foot. This Corian type will be slightly more durable, and more resistant to scratching and chipping.

Finally, on the high end of the scale, you can expect to pay around $60 - 90 per square foot for Corian countertops that will be about as close to indestructible as any material in your home.

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