Clearly, Quartz is King of 2018 . . . But Why?

Quartz is Easy to Maintain

The kitchen is the heart and soul of your home. Naturally this is the room where the most spills and messes occur, so why would you settle for anything less than the best when it comes to your countertops? Quartz countertops do not have the need to be sealed or polished every year creating no fuss, stress free, easy way to clean your space. Although the initial costs of quartz may seem a bit overwhelming, not needing to maintain your countertops over time proves to be more cost effective, giving you a good return on your investment.

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Nonporous, Stain Resistant

Some other natural stones are more porous and are prone to staining and harboring harmful bacteria within its surfaces. Because quartz is a non porous surface you do not have to worry about bacteria from leftover food, raw cooking ingredients or spills soaking into your countertop. Whether you are searching for a durable and easy-to-clean countertop in your bath or your kitchen, choosing quartz is a hassle-free choice.

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Strength and Durability

Although quartz is not immune to damage it is more durable than marble and granite. Because it is engineered stone and is nonporous, it is less prone to chipping, cracking, staining, scratching and staining.

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Multiple Style Options and Color Variety

Quartz comes in a wide range of colors, unlike granite and marble which is limited because of it being an all-natural material. During production color pigments are added creating many variations in color and styles giving you countless options to choose from.

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