Quartz Is Here to Stay
Quartz stone was introduced as a high-end alternative to granite. It can mimic the look of granite and other types of stone. Because quartz counters are engineered rather than cut, they have become a more durable, lower maintenance option, to natural stone.
This engineered stone is non-porous and does not require scheduled maintenance, sealing, and resealing, like granite or other natural stone. Quartz countertops provide beautiful surface which is resistant to staining, water permeability and bacteria growth. Overall quartz provides heavy durability and hygienic properties when compared with other materials.
Quartz countertops are engineered out of crushed quartz, a resin binder and color additives. Because of this, quartz may look like something straight out of mother-nature or have a wild-style color to match your kitchen’s personality. Manufactured quartz surfaces are much more scratch and stain resistant than natural stone. Be assured that your investment in kitchen’s style will be maintained for years to come.
Quartz is also providing another choice for backsplashes, cabinetry end caps and other vertical surfaces where tile has been the traditional choice. At a price point comparable with mid-priced natural slab stone, and with a much lower life-time maintenance cost, it’s no wonder why quartz continues to stand out as a go to material in 2018. Click here to visit our showroom.