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Easy, Durable Style

Quartz is one of the hardest surfaces on earth. It combines the durability of man-made materials with the beauty of natural stone, making it perfect for any kitchen or bathroom. While historically it doesn’t have the reputation of natural stone, it’s nonetheless one of the fastest growing materials used in the countertop industry. In many cases, quartz surfacing can meet or exceed the ratings of granite on just about any level.

Benefits

Benefits

  • Heat, stain, and scratch resistant
  • Bacteria, mold, and mildew resistant
  • Endless choices of color and patterns
  • Nearly maintenance free
Design Options

Design Options

Since quartz countertops are manufactured, the colors, patterns, and styles are uniform across the surface. Quartz comes in a large variety of styles that are almost identical to granite or marble and can match any decorating style or plan. Also, it is often used in vertical applications, which provides the ability to match backsplashes.

Quartz surfacing is scratch resistant; however, deliberate cuts can penetrate the surface. As well, the hardness reduces chips and cracking, but in extreme circumstances, both can still occur. Some quartz surfacing also uses recycled glass or other pre or post-consumer waste, so more “green” versions are available.

Decorative Edges

Beauty thrives in the details of your countertop. The consistency of quartz surfacing goes all the way through and thus allows for edge design of practically unlimited choice beyond the usual straight, beveled, bullnose and ogee styles. Finish your quartz countertop with an attractive edge that will complete your look.

We offer the following edges for quartz countertops:

 

Easy Maintenace

Engineered quartz provides a nonporous and easily cleanable surface that requires no sealant, so it is very sanitary and has a strength of two to four times that of granite. It is rated a seven on the Moh’s Hardness Scale and is resistant to scorching from high temperatures (although not scorch proof) and chemical etching. The nonporous quality of quartz also makes it highly resistant to mold and bacteria contamination.

Ready to Shop Quartz?

Visit our showroom at 9300 Airport Highway, Monclova, OH 43542, to view our large selection of colors, patterns, and style choices!