Quartz Countertops

Quartz is a relatively new stone for countertops, but they’ve quickly become a popular choice for homeowners searching for a high end, attractive surface for their kitchen or bathroom. You might enjoy quartz for its more contemporary appearance over granite or marble, or for its exceptional durability. No matter your reason, quartz countertops are a valued addition to any design.

Quartz is a hard white or colorless mineral consisting of silicon dioxide, found widely in igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks. Impurities in the quartz from minerals can cause coloration, as you’d find in amethyst, citrine, and cairngorm. As a man made solid surface countertop, Quartz counters are engineered using about 93% quartz rock and 7% resin. The process forms a fully non-porous surface which is beneficial to any room in your home where bacteria or surface staining is a concern.

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Practical yet stylish, quartz countertops are extremely durable and require very little maintenance. Quartz is resistant to stains, scratching, and impact when properly cared for. The engineering process allows for a wide range of rich, luxurious colors which add a touch of elegance to your kitchen, bathroom, or other surfaces. Check out this blog post on quartz bath countertops design ideas to get you inspired!

Homeowners love the non-porous surface of quartz countertops, which allows it to resist staining much better than granite or marble. Quartz stands up to juices, wine, and other acidic substances which are often the source of kitchen stains. Quartz is also easy to sanitize and will not harbor bacteria.

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Caring for Your Quartz Countertop

Quartz is very easy to keep clean and sanitary. Use warm, soapy water or a mild surface cleaner with a clean cloth or sponge. Wipe dry to prevent water stains. Avoid using bleach and harsh abrasives.

It’s important to note that quartz isn’t as heat resistant compared to other natural stone materials. Avoid placing hot pans, crock pots, or other hot items directly on your quartz surface. Use a trivet to prevent damage and discoloration. Quartz countertops can chip on impact, so avoid dropping things onto the surface whenever possible.

When choosing your materials, we want you to make a selection that best fits your needs. We’ll go over the properties of your quartz countertops with you before you decide, and address any concerns you may have so you can make an informed decision. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about your countertop options.

It’s important to know that quartz goes through a manufacturing process in which moires can be present in the finish of the polish. This appears as a hazy surface and cannot be removed. Learn more about, how to polish quartz in this informative blog article.


Please Note: Samples of material may not match the final slab. When slabs arrive we give customers the option to view and approve the material before anything is fabricated. This allows you the chance to see the patterns and variations within the slab.

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