Download the Kitchen Countertop Measure Guide and use it to record your contact information, countertop selections and measurements.
Once you've completed recording your selections and measurements, scan or snap a photo of your completed Kitchen Countertop Measure Guide and upload it using the form below.
We will use your selections and measurements to create a countertop drawing and project estimate. We will e-mail everything to you and then Lowe’s will follow-up with purchase options.
You may be contacted regarding your Virtual Countertop Design request at the email or phone number you provided.
Your consent to such contact is not required as a condition of purchasing goods or services.
Draw a diagram of your countertop space on the graph paper provided with the Kitchen Countertop Measure Guide. If you prefer you can use a separate piece of paper.
Include the spaces for your sink, cooktop, bar sink, etc.
Indicate where the walls are in the space (if possible).
Now measure the dimensions of each countertop section in inches, both length and depth. Be sure to round all numbers to the nearest half-inch.
Multiply the length times the depth for each section of your countertop to get each section area in square inches. *Standard countertop depth is 26 inches (overhang of cabinets).
Record your measurements in the table provided for each section of your countertop.
Total each countertop section and then divide by 144.
Next add the square foot totals for each section to get your countertop total. Round up to the nearest whole number.
*If you want to add a backsplash, you’ll implement the same formula used to calculate your countertop. Simply measure from corner to corner and then measure the desired height you want from the base of where the counter starts.
Q: Does Sage Surfaces or Lowe's charge for countertop design renderings or estimates?
A: No, our countertop design and estimating services are complimentary.
Q: How should I care for my new countertops?
A: Maintenance varies by material so please consult the care and maintenance guide for whichever material you are interested: quartz, granite, solid surface, butcher block, and porcelain.
Q: Do your countertops have a warranty?
A: While most of our product lines carry a lifetime limited warranty, it does differ slightly depending on the countertop surface. So please review the warranty documentation for whichever material you are interested: quartz, granite, solid surface, butcher block, and porcelain.