Quartz and granite bathroom countertops installation services
Has the time come to take your bathroom to the next level? A new counter can refresh a room without breaking the bank. Every countertop is custom-made and designed to suit your budget. Get a quote in just a few minutes.
What is included with our quartz and granite bathroom countertops installation services?
From start to finish, RONA is with you every step of the way. First, submit your information by using our interactive tool or by filling out our online form. We’ll connect you to work virtually or in person with a countertop specialist, with whom you will discuss countertop materials, colours, designs and service options.
Once approved, our service provider will contact you in 3 business days to schedule a template date. Provider comes to your home to create a template. Any post template adjustments will need to be paid for to continue. Once final order adjustments are made and the template is complete, fabrication of your countertop will take roughly 2 weeks. At this point, no cancellation is possible.
The installer will reach out to schedule the removal of your old countertops, if applicable, and the installation of your new countertops. As a final step, he will inspect the area with you to ensure proper installation and clean up the job site before leaving.
Steps to a worry-free quartz and granite bathroom countertop installation
RONA offers a variety of materials and colours to fit any need and bathroom style
Strong, stylish, and scratch-resistant. Granite countertops are made from one of the toughest and most resilient natural stones in the world. Available in a variety of colours and styles, granite is a popular choice for its durability and luxurious look in the bathroom.
Beautiful and low-maintenance, quartz countertops are non-porous, so they resist messy spills and don't need sealing. Quartz is made from a mix of natural quartz minerals and polymer resins, which makes it heat, stain and scratch resistant.
Refer to the example to adequately measure your countertop, the edge and the backsplash
How to calculate the square footage:
Step 1: Divide the surface into rectangles and attribute each piece a letter (A, B ...).
Step 2: For each piece, multiply the width by the depth to obtain sq. in.
In this example:
A: 96’’ x 25.5’’ = 2 448’’
B: 82.5’’ x 25.5’’ = 2 103.75’’
Step 3: Add each surface’s sq. in. and divide by 144 to obtain sq. ft.:
(2 448’’ + 2 103.75’’) ÷ 144 = 31.6 sq. ft.
How to calculate the edge:
Step 4: Determine and add each side that will require an edge profile and divide by 12 to obtain the total linear feet.
(25.5’’ + 82.5’’+ 70.5’’ + 25.5’’) ÷ 12 = 17 lin. ft
Step 5: Identify the edges that will require polishing with a dot.
How to calculate a backsplash:
Step 6: Determine and add each length that will have a backsplash and divide by 12 to determine lin. ft.
(96’’ + 108’’) ÷ 12 = 2 448’’
Step 7: Using a thicker line, identify areas where a backsplash will be installed.
How to book a consultation
Use our interactive countertop cost calculator tool.
Calculate the price of your counter in 4 easy steps. Get a quote online in just a few minutes!Start your quote
You’d rather have a representative contact you to discuss your project?
No worries! Fill out a consultation request and we will contact you within 72 hours.
Meet with your specialist
You’ll meet your bathroom specialist remotely from your home or one-on-one in a store. During the consultation, we’ll discuss countertop materials, colours, designs and service options, which range from measurement to installation.
Come prepared with your existing countertop layout, preliminary measurements, and budget to get a project quote. Need help measuring? Use our guide to get started.
Once you approve the project and provide payment, a local, licensed and insured independent installer will schedule an in-home appointment to review your design and create a custom countertop template.
It’s installation day! Ensure the space is prepped and ready for installation.
• Disconnect plumbing
• Clear out base cabinets, countertops and open shelving
• Make sure accessories (sinks, faucets, etc) are on site
• A clear path should be made to the space receiving installation
• Floors should be protected to avoid potential damage*
The installer will call ahead of time to confirm his estimated time of arrival and review safety steps with you.
All installers are required to pass a daily health screening, they must wear personal protective equipment, and sanitize work area and tools on each job.
Likewise, we require customers to practice social distancing at all times while installers are performing their job.
All installers are background checked, licensed where applicable and insured.
In order to be a part of our Independent Installer program, all contractors must go through the toughest rating test of all – your satisfaction.
After your project is completed, we will send you a survey email to assess your satisfaction. Make sure to add RONA to your trusted senders’ list.
And don’t forget! We offer a 1-year labour warranty on all installation services and we provide assistance 7 days a week through our call centre at 1-844-454-1454.
A decision-maker over the age of 18 must be present at all times during the installation.
Featured frequently asked questions
For major projects such as kitchen and bathroom renovations, please allow additional time for essential steps including in-store consultations to create the plan, measuring process, and work order issuance.
Bear in mind that product availability, weather conditions, client availability, and work area conditions may have an impact on project timelines.
• Inspect the countertop for chips, cracks or scratches
• Make sure all adhesives (glue, silicone, caulk) are complete
• Avoid cutting directly on the countertop surface
• Nonabrasive cleaners only, that do not contain bleach, solvents, acids or high alkaline
• Avoid putting too much weight on your new counters as chips, cracks and scratches from heavy objects or misuse are not covered under warranty
Note quartz and natural stone surface may develop minor material scratches over time, which is completely normal and repairable.