Instead of having a different price for each color of granite, you can create price groups. This is also helps reduce the amount of time you’ll spend managing your prices, especially if you have a stock inventory of some granite colors.
If you’re using a manufactured product like Corian or Silestone, you’re probably already used to this, since material manufacturers typically group together colors into groups or levels.
Having price groups also helps when you’re trying to create a quote for a customer who’s not exactly sure what they want, but need to get a sense for the range of prices. It’s pretty common, especially if you’re working with a kitchen & bath dealer, to create a quote that shows the price for a countertop in “Level 1, 2 and 3”, and maybe even the levels or groups for multiple materials.
Want to know more? At Moraware, we make software for countertop fabricators. CounterGo is countertop drawing and estimating software. JobTracker is scheduling software that helps you eliminate the time you waste looking for job folders. RemnantSwap is a free place to buy and sell granite remnants with fabricators near you.