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What is Quartz?

Application: Kitchen and Bath

Quartz is an engineered stone surfaces that combine with 93% natural quartz mixed with 7% resins. Most quartz countertops are well over 90% quartz, which gives it the hardness and lack of porosity needed for the heavy demands of cooking. Quartz stone surface is composed mostly of quartz, giving it exceptional toughness and a hardness of 7 on a scale of 10 (only diamonds rate a 10!). Some manufacturers also combine antibacterial substances.

What makes the quartz countertop so special?

First of all, quartz is extremely durable with a scratch sand scorch resistant surface that ranks No. 7 on the Mohs hardness scale. This makes such material to be very difficult to scratch or chip.

Quartz countertop is nearly stain-proof as well because it's a nonporous surface. Your coffee, cabernet and olive oil will sit on top of the surface instead of soaking into the material, and this will not stain the stone. Because it's nonporous it also doesn't need to be sealed or treated. Many kitchen surfaces like granite, marble and limestone need regular sealing. Quartz is ready to go right out of the gate, making it maintenance-free.

Its nonporous nature also makes it more difficult for bacteria, mold and mildew to grow, which makes it an ideal choice for the kitchen and bath. The clean factor doesn't just stop there. Silestone also has something called Microban built into the surface of the countertop. Microban is a trademarked antimicrobial compound that's mixed into the quartz and resin goop, actually making it part of the structure. Microban helps to fight the buildup of tiny pathogenic microorganisms, like bacteria. It won't protect you from a food-borne illness and you still have to clean it, but it does provide an extra measure of protection and makes the surface easier to clean and keep it that way.


it's green

Besides the cleanliness, durability and lack of maintenance, there's one more good reason to go with a quartz countertop -- it's green. Radon is a colorless and odorless gas found in different levels all over the Earth. Many manufactured household materials, like granite countertops, emit small levels of radon. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has stated that indoor pollution can be up to 100 times higher than outdoor pollution. For other brands such as Caesarstone, and Haysonstone, they incorporated some recycled materials into their colors design which make their countertops to be environmental friendly.

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Advantages of Quartz Countertops

  • Easy to maintain

    The smooth, nonporous surface of quartz counter resists even the toughest spills and will retain its luster for many years without the need for sealants or waxes.

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  • Exceptional warranty

    Most brands of quartz countertops come with at least ten-year limited warranty including Silestone, Caesarstone, Haysonstone, Hanstone, and SamSung Radianz.

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The freedom of nature. The possibilities of science.

Engineered with pure quartz crystals, quartz countertops let you bring the best of both worlds, nature and science, into your kitchen and bath, and other decor throughout your home. Quartz countertops are incredibly durable and resistant to heat and scratches.

Quartz countertops are here to stay. The world is awakening to the beauty and durability of quartz. Quartz surfaces can be used in kitchens, bathrooms, floors, countertops, vanities, island tops, shower surrounds, walls, tabletops, fireplace surrounds, and so much more. Its applications and versatilities are endless, limited solely by your creativity.

Prefab quartz countertops has over one hundred colors and patterns and can be custom cut and installed for limitless design possibilities.

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