The short answer is yes you can. The more information you can provide, the more accurate this estimate will be.
If you’ve decided which material you want to use, that would be helpful for example. You may find this article useful – What do I need to consider when choosing a stone for my worktop?. In it we’ve tabulated some of the things you need to consider before settling on a suitable material for your project.
The next key factor determining the cost is the size of the stone you need. If you have architects drawings or a worktop plan, this will help us to quote more accurately. Please ensure the width is clearly indicated and where you think any joins would be best accommodated.
Similarly please advise how many cutouts you’re considering. The obvious ones being for a sink or hob. It may be you’re considering additional cutouts for plugs, pop up extractors and plumbed in draining boards for example.
Please also let us know if you’re considering an upstand and if you’ve decided what edging (profile) to go for. You’ll find more information about profiling options further down this page.
If you’re considering using the stone in more than one place, it would make sense economically for us to quote for all positions at the same time. Perhaps you’re considering using the same stone for shelves and window sills as well as the main worktop? Or maybe you think you could add additional countertops in a pantry, utility room or the bathroom?
Finally, we do offer full kitchen refurbishment services, so it might be that you want us to quote for additional items like hot water taps (we are an official Quooker dealer), sinks, and other kitchen furniture, or even to quote for the full installation including project management.