Looking for a countertop that's both durable and beautiful? Consider quartz! Quartz countertops are a man-made engineered stone countertop material that combines around 90 percent ground quartz, a natural hard mineral, with eight to 10 percent resins, polymers, and pigments. This combination creates a durable and non-porous surface that is resistant to scratches, stains, and heat. Plus, with a wide range of colors and patterns available, quartz countertops can complement any design aesthetic. Contact us to learn more about quartz countertops and how they can enhance your home.
Durability: Quartz is one of the hardest materials available for kitchen countertops. It is scratch-resistant and can withstand high temperatures without damage. It is also non-porous, making it resistant to staining, bacteria, and mold.
Low Maintenance: Because quartz is non-porous, it does not require sealing like natural stone countertops. It is easy to clean with just soap and water, and does not require harsh chemicals or special cleaners.
Variety: Quartz countertops come in a wide variety of colors and patterns, allowing homeowners to find the perfect match for their kitchen design. It can be made to look like natural stone or a more modern, sleek surface.
Longevity: With proper care and maintenance, quartz countertops can last a lifetime. They are a long-term investment in a kitchen renovation, and can add value to a home when it comes time to sell.
design options: Quartz countertops have nearly unlimited colors available.
Starting with Pure Whites to any color imaginable. The design options can be anything from
simple patterns, to complex imitations of granite or marble.
Contemporary: Crisp, clean looks whether a rich color or subtle design, can fit the style
needs of any application. Kitchens,
bathrooms, bars, custom furniture. The possibilities are endless.
Maintenance-free: The non-porous surface requires no sealing or special care. Simple cleaning
keeps them looking great.
Durable: Quartz tops should last a lifetime with minimal scratching, staining or chipping.
value:Like natural stone quartz brings an appeal to selling your home. As their popularity has increased, so has
be more than expensive then natural stone depending on color selection. Vulnerable
to heat damage: The resins and fillers that provide quartz’s durability
unfortunately are not heat resistant.
Making irreparable damage from hot pans a possibility. Manufactured
product: Although most of the materials in quartz tops are naturally occurring
there are also non-natural agents included. The process of making them is not
natural. They can be made to mimic natural stone, but in essence, they are not.