Quartz is an engineered surface in which natural quartz is combined with a special resin to create the countertops. You have fallen in love with the beauty of quartz and you are seriously considering it for your kitchen renovation project. It's not hard to love marble when the soft veining in Carrera quartz or the more distinctive grayish-brown veining in Calacatta quartz make you think of the luxurious architecture of ancient times.
However, there are a few things you should consider first. This handy test can help you determine if quartz countertops are right for you:
Keep in mind that while quartz countertops don't stain easily, they do become etched. Keeping up with sealing can minimize this from occurring, but if you are the type that cannot fathom any flaw in your countertops, quartz countertops are probably not your best choice.
Our main goal is for you to be happy with your new countertops. We make sure you understand the advantages of each type, so that if you do go with quartz countertops, you'll do so with an understanding of quartz's benefits and its challenges. Feel free to contact us if you have questions about our quartz countertops or any of our other products and services.