We’re in the thick of the holiday season right now. Whether you’re baking Christmas cookies, frying latkes, or whipping up a batch of collard greens, your countertops are working overtime. Quartz is a great material for cooking and making memories in the kitchen.
One of the biggest benefits of this engineered stone is that it’s non-porous. That means you don’t have to worry about sealing and resealing it. Oil, flour, and acidic foods like lemon juice or tomato sauce don’t stand a chance at staining. All you have to do is wipe it off with a soft cloth.
Quartz is an exceptionally hard material. It’s can even compete with granite, the densest of the natural stones. It’s not going to dent, scratch, or chip easily. So if that rolling pin slips out of your hand you don’t have to worry. Quartz can take it! It’s even heat resistant, so while we don’t recommend putting a hot pan directly on its surface, you don’t have to be too gentle with it.
Keep It Cool
Kitchens heat up fast, and if you’re a baker that can spell disaster. You don’t want your pie dough or cut-out cookies going gooey and sticking! Quartz countertops don’t conform to the temperature around them, so even as the room heats up your counter will stay cool.
Are you looking for a countertop that can hold up to all your holiday ambitions? Contact us today to get started.