Granite Tiles Price List

Granite Tile 60 cm. x 60 cm. 80 cm. x 80 cm. 90 cm. x 90 cm.
Black granite countertop from India Absolute Black Php 2,199.60 Php 3,910.40 Php 4,949.10
Light pink granite countertop from China Baby Pink 1,544.40 N/A N/A
Dark brown granite countertop from Finland Baltic Brown 1,778.40 N/A N/A
Beige granite countertop from China Beige Porrino 1,544.40 N/A N/A
Black granite countertop from India Black Forest 2,340.00 4,160.00 5,265.00
Dark gray granite countertop from China Black Impala 1,450.80 N/A N/A
Blue granite countertop from Norway Blue Pearl 2,574.00 N/A N/A
White granite countertop from China Caesar White 1,544.40 N/A N/A
Brown granite countertop from China Chestnut Brown 1,357.20 N/A N/A
Dark green granite countertop from Norway Emerald Pearl 2,574.00 N/A N/A
Gray granite countertop from China Gray Honda 1,450.80 N/A N/A
Dark green granite countertop from India Hassan Green 2,106.00 3,744.00 4,738.50
Red granite countertop from India Imperial Red 2,340.00 4,160.00 5,265.00
Plain black granite countertop from China Jet Black 1,731.60 N/A N/A
Red granite countertop from India Multicolor Red 2,012.40 3,577.60 4,527.90
Red granite countertop from India Paradiso Dark 2,106.00 3,744.00 4,738.50
Marble-like granite countertop from China Paradiso Light 2,012.40 N/A N/A
Pink granite countertop from China Pink Porrino 1,544.40 N/A N/A
White and purple granite countertop from India River White 2,293.20 4,076.80 5,159.70
Salt and Pepper, cheapest granite countertop in the Philippines Salt and Pepper 1,544.40 N/A N/A
Orange granite countertop from India Tiger Orange 1,450.80 N/A N/A
Marble-like granite countertop from India Viscon White 2,246.40 3,993.60 5,054.40

The granite tiles price list above serves as a reference to the materials’ (stone tiles) cost. The prices shown here are the cost of each granite tile per piece.

The materials we offer are natural granite tiles for floors. Additionally, these are one hundred percent (100%) raw, natural stones from mountain quarries from various parts of the globe.

They are different from ceramic tiles produced by Mariwasa and many other brands sold in many home improvement stores. Hence, comparing natural granite tiles and ceramic tiles is unwise as these are two completely different products.

The topmost surface of each granite tile is polished. This finish is typical for most indoor applications here in the Philippines.

Should you need the granite tiles as pavers or pool coping, we recommend having a textured finish. The latter is done by flaming or bush-hammering the stone’s surface to prevent accidental slips.

A house built on granite and strong foundations, not even the onslaught of pouring rain, gushing torrents and strong winds will be able to pull down.

However, note that this does not include fabrication (polishing of edges) and installation charges. You may email us the plan for your project to give you a rough estimate of the cost. You may also drop us a line using this contact page.

Furthermore, we recommend sealing the materials first (if applicable) before installing them as part of the upkeep.

Like every of our stone slabs, the thickness of each granite tile is 18 mm. on average. The dimension, however, varies depending on the availability of the slabs. At present, we cut our slabs into tiles in the following sizes:

  1. 600 mm. x 600 mm.
  2. 800 mm. x 800 mm.
  3. 800 mm. x 800 mm.

Lastly, all prices listed above are subject to change without prior notice.

What are the different surface finishes for granite tiles?

Surface finishing alters the stone’s natural appearance. The kind of treatment used on a slab dictates its final color, texture, durability, and porosity. The array of available finishes allows us to use granite or marble in various applications, including countertop, flooring, or wall cladding.

Here are the most commonly used finishes for granite tiles:

a. Polished Finish

  • A polished finish is the smoothest and most reflective of all types of surface treatments for stones;
  • It brings out the full color and highlights the character of the material;
  • It is done by grinding the cut face with successively finer grades of abrasive;
  • Also, it is the least porous of all finishes available;
  • The polished finish is deal for indoor applications, like kitchen countertops, vanity tops, entrances, and lobbies.
Absolute Black granite in polished finish
Absolute Black Granite, Polished Finish

b. Honed Finish

  • A smooth satin finish minus the gloss;
  • The honed finish has the same durability as a traditional polished finish but requires more frequent resealing;
  • However, it is highly susceptible to fingerprints and watermarks, which are quickly noticeable to the naked eye;
  • Ultimately, it is the preferred granite tile finish for floors, stairs, and other locations where the presence of water might make a polished finish too slippery.
Absolute Black granite in honed finish
Absolute Black Granite, Honed Finish

c. Flamed Finish

  • The flamed finish is a deeply textured surface ideal for outdoor applications where slip resistance is required;
  • It is produced by applying a high-pressure flame over the stone, resulting in an exfoliated texture;
  • Highly-porous;
  • It requires sealing to maintain the stone’s original color and appearance over time;
  • It’s a surface finish applicable only on granite stones.
Absolute Black granite in flamed finish
Absolute Black Granite, Flamed Finish

d. Bush-hammered Finish

  • A deeply textured surface ideal for outdoor applications where slip resistance is required;
  • The bush-hammered finish creates a consistent texture across the granite tiles’ surface;
  • It is produced by the repeated impact of a multi-pointed pneumatic steel tool on the stone’s surface;
  • Also, it requires regular sealing to maintain the granite tile’s original color and appearance over time.
Absolute Black granite in bushhammered finish
Absolute Black Granite, Bush-hammered Finish

What are the advantages of using granite tiles over ceramic or porcelain tiles on your floor?

In the Philippines, ceramic tiles are the most popular floor material in many homes and offices.

But did you know that you can use granite on your floors too?

Here are five reasons why it’s worth investing in granite tiles over their synthetic counterpart for your home and office:

1. Granite tiles are naturally beautiful.

Granite is known for its inherent strength and beauty.

It is available in a virtually unlimited number of color and pattern combinations that you can pair with various architectural styles for your project. Using granite tiles on your floor will surely transform your office or home into an elegant space.

Ceramic tiles, on the other hand, are human-made. It comes in different finishes and colors, which often mimic the appearance of wood or natural stone. These designs are made using advanced high-definition digital printing technology.

2. Granite tiles are highly durable.

Granite is one of the hardest materials in the world.

Not only does it resists scratches, but it also withstands extreme heat.

What’s more, it is strong enough to bear significant weight. Granite tiles can endure heavy foot traffic because of their incredible strength, unlike ceramic or porcelain tiles.

Moreover, it can sustain the impact of heavy objects when accidentally dropped.

Your granite tiles will surely provide a lifetime of service to your home when properly installed. It will even outlive your entire house itself. 

Can a cheap China-made ceramic tile do that? Absolutely not.

3. Granite tiles are easy to maintain.

Since granite tiles are available in larger dimensions than most other flooring materials, you can significantly reduce the number of seams between each piece. The lesser the seams mean the lesser the area you need to clean. This way, you can minimize the sight of those ugly tile grouts.

Depending on your granite tile, you may or may not be required to seal your stone yearly.

If you are unsure, it is best to ask your local stone supplier. You can also do a simple test by dropping a small amount of water on an inconspicuous floor area. If the surface darkens, you will need to seal your stone immediately. Otherwise, you need not worry about staining.

Apart from sealing, simple sweeping and occasional mopping should be enough to keep your stones in pristine condition.

Unlike granite tiles, ceramic or porcelain tiles come in smaller dimensions. This makes seams more prominent when installed, which requires more professional cleaning in the long run.

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4. Granite tiles increase your property's value.

Homes with granite surfaces fetch a higher market value compared to other properties without this desirable feature. High-end commercial and residential spaces mostly use natural materials on most of their surfaces from floor to wall.

Aside from the kitchen floor, you can opt to have a textured granite tile surface (e.g., flamed or bush-hammered finish) on your bathroom, porch, and pool coping. It will definitely give your home a wow factor, especially if you plan to put it on the market in the future.

Remember the last time you walked into the lobby of a five-star hotel?

Well, we’re pretty much sure they used natural stones on most of the floors of every room in that building. After all, nothing compares to the beauty of the natural stone.

5. Granite tiles are cost-efficient.

One of our clients’ most common questions when choosing flooring materials is the cost. It is one of the ultimate deciding factors when customers determine between granite and ceramic tiles. Hence, we’re here to help.

Generally speaking, granite tiles cost more than ceramic or porcelain tiles.

It is mainly because of quarry location, logistics, and rarity of stone color.

Also, it is more expensive to install. Installing granite tiles requires the skill and experience of a highly-trained professional. They need to consider the material’s weight, seams, and the edge profile needed. All these things affect the complexity of the installation and impact the final cost.

Price Is What You Pay. Value Is What You Get.

Ceramic tiles, on the other hand, are relatively more affordable.

The value for money, however, goes to granite tiles. This is because ceramic tiles break easily. Hence, the overall look of a floor area with a broken tile is affected. It makes you want to replace them altogether.

Ultimately, the investment you make on granite tiles gives you a return of a lifetime of service to your home.

The initial cost of buying granite tiles may be higher than choosing ceramic tiles first. But in the long run, it is a lot more practical than replacing the ceramic tiles of your whole floor after a few years.

What are the uses of granite tiles?

Size-wise, granite tiles are easier to install than slabs as a flooring application.

Not only is it simpler to layout because of its small size, but it is also much easier to transport and move around because of its lighter weight. As such, it is ideal to use in smaller applications, such as:

How to install granite tiles?

If you are not familiar with any of the tools or procedures below, it is best to leave the installation of your granite tiles to an experienced contractor instead.

By giving this task to a skilled professional, you are assured of your project’s workmanship quality. Not only will it save you a significant amount of time, but it will also help you prevent unnecessary expenses from a faulty installation using DIY skills.

We highly advise all our Clients to hire a professional if they do not have any stone installation experience or skill.

Minimum Time Required: 1 day

Tools Required:

- Plastic Tile Spacers
- Steel Tape Measure
- Angle Grinder
- Diamond Blade
- Trowel
- Rubber Mallet
- Sponge

Things Needed:

- Cement
- Sand
- Water
- Grout
- Grout Sealer

Steps to install granite tiles:

Step 1: Prepare the subfloor
First, ensure that the area is clean. Remove any items on the floor, such as old tiles, paint cans, and other construction debris.

Secure that the floor is level before you begin work. This way, we can prevent any tile “lippage” (variation of height between adjoining tiles) during installation.
Step 2: Layout the granite tiles
You must work with a plan before installing your granite tiles permanently.

Start by laying down the tiles starting from the corner.

Next, use plastic spacers to see how your granite tiles will fit into space.

Get the granite tiles’ measurements that need to be cut, especially those along the floor perimeter. Use a diamond blade in cutting these pieces.
Cutting a granite slab
Step 3: Apply the mortar
Mix the mortar by following the instructions written on the bag. Continue mixing until you achieve a thin, mud-like consistency.

Spread out a thin layer of mortar evenly with a trowel at a 45-degree angle to the surface. The resulting texture should keep the grooves and notches at a consistent depth and level.
Step 4: Install the granite tiles one by one
Start laying out the granite tiles according to your plan. Place one tile and press down firmly along its corners.

Twist the granite tile a little. This should help the mortar get a good grip on the tile.

Using a rubber mallet, tap the granite tile lightly to remove the air pockets underneath.

Place the spacers between each piece and repeat the whole installation process until all granite tiles are set.

Wait for 24 hours for the mixture to cure.
Installing a granite tile
Step 5: Fill the spaces between the granite tiles with grout
Mix a small amount of grout according to the instructions given. Starting from a small area, begin spreading it over the spaces between your tiles.

Next, force the grout into the gaps using a sponge while removing the spacers.

Let the grout cure for 72 hours. Afterward, clean it up with a sponge and warm water.

Finally, once dried, apply a grout sealer to protect it from staining.

How to keep your granite tiles looking good as new?

The objective of cleaning is not just to clean, but to feel happiness living within that environment.

How to keep your granite tiles shiny?

Where to buy granite tiles in the Philippines?

If you have another granite, marble, or quartz color in mind that is not shown in our list above, send us a photo of the stone. We may have or can look for the material you want. As long as your requirement is one hundred square meters (100 sqm.) and above, we can import your required color from anywhere on the globe.

On the other hand, if you are looking for granite or quartz slabs for kitchen countertops, you may contact any of our slab yards in Cebu, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, and Iloilo City.

Miguel Aquino

Miguel Aquino

Miguel Aquino is the General Manager of Stone Depot, one of the Philippines' leading suppliers of granite, marble, and quartz. Since 2010, he has been in the stone industry, working for a similar company in Balintawak, Quezon City.

You can find him playing Magic: the Gathering at a hobby store every Friday night.

Interested in Franchising a Stone Depot Branch?

6 thoughts on “Granite Tiles Price List”

    1. Hi, Rolando!

      Sorry, we don’t have ceramic tiles in our product lineup.

      We only have granite and marble tiles. Should you need any feel free to drop us a message anytime.

      Thank you!

  1. Cristy Tingsiong

    Hi, I’m looking for a white granite top for installation at my kitchen top with 120 cm long by 1 meter approximately. Pls. Give me a quotation. Do you have stores here in Metro Mla. I’m from Pasay City.

    1. Hi, Cristy!

      Sorry, we’re only based in the VisMin region at the moment.

      For projects in Luzon, you may contact our affiliate in Manila, Saint Mark Construction Supply, at (02) 8352 0195.

      Thank you!

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