Quartz has been designed and manufactured with the help of different materials so you can say the material volume of these countertops isn’t stone. Your Quartz countertops are made of polymeric, cement-based binders, waste granite, and marble, natural stone, recycled waste such as glass or silica, and of course Quartz. Engineered with so many different components gives Quartz its strength, resistance, flexibility, look and feel of natural stone.

Quartz can also be found in crystal form that is developed from the positive and negative charges on alternate prism edges with additional pressure. Quartz is more popularly known for its crystal stones that can be used for decoration and healing.

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Quartz Kitchen Countertop

Countertops that are manufactured of Quartz should be called engineered or compound stone instead. This explains how this resilient and stunning stone came into existence. Purchase your countertops from us to avail the best services and products. We guarantee a smooth and unproblematic experience as you choose between different designs and colors of countertops that align with your needs, tastes, and requirements.

Differences between granite and quartz

Quartz countertops are stunning pieces for countertops but they are not the same as natural stone. Unlike Granite that is made from cutting a single slab, Quartz is made from mixing different materials and pigments. This makes Quartz just as strong as natural stone and even allows individuals to close from an even broader spectrum of colors and designs. Here are some extra facts about your favorite countertop.

Quartz

Quartz countertops are initially made of grounded up minerals and are manufactured with a kind of finish. The pigment in the stone allows manufacturers to create an endless variety of colors and designs. The engineered stone’s biggest benefit is its ability to be molded to any structure and appearance.

Granite

Granites are made with different combinations, colors and tones based on its mineral quantities and the rate of their formation. For instance, granite with large quantities of potassium feldspar will look pink.

Quartz

The mixing of synthetic materials helps to give quartz its strength and hardness similar to stone but also the flexibility of plastic.

Granite

Unlike Granite that is very inflexible, Quartz countertops do not crack or ship away from that easily. Being versatile pieces of stone they deliver the look of natural rock but are more long-lasting.

Quartz

Natural stones are porous and so need constant sealing every year to prevent water from being absorbed into the rock. Quartz is a non-porous rock that does not require consistent sealing and is much easier to maintain and care for.

Granite

Granite is a stain resistant and easy to clean when sealed correctly.

Quartz

There is no chance of bacteria being built-up in quartz. This stone when being engineered is mixed with resins and polymers giving it sealing properties. This creates a smoother surface and prevents water or other contaminants from entering the stone. These countertops can withstand even the toughest chemical cleaners.

Granite

Even with its innate antibacterial properties you can reinforce that by doing an active disinfection at home.

Step by step

Maintaining quartz countertops

There is nothing easier to maintain or clean than a Quartz countertop. For homeowners who cannot expend a lot of time in cleaning their countertops, Quartz is the best choice. These countertops have been engineered by mixing different materials, minerals, resins to produce to the sturdiest manufactured stone for your kitchen.

  • Quartz countertops are perfect stones that are non-porous so they do not soak any water on the surface like natural stones. Mild soaps and sprays can be used all over the surfaces to clean any liquid and stains without damaging the surface. 
  • Indulge in some special cleaning and disinfecting of your countertops without any limitations. Use any kind of cleaners, even those with chemicals in them! This engineered rock has been made of resins to protect it from chemicals and liquids without additional sealing. For meaner stains soak a damp towel on top of the stain until it loosens. 
  • The best part about Quartz is that it does not require any additional scheduled maintenance like natural stone. These countertops have been manufactured with the needed properties and do not require additional waxing or sealing from stains or mildew.

This stone is known for its durability so don’t be shocked by its small list of ‘don’ts.’ Remember to keep a select amount of abrasive material away from your countertops such as paint removers, silver polish, nail polish remover, and oil-based soaps.

Quartz countertops can take quite a beating from its owners. This doesn’t make them indestructible. Don’t cut your vegetables and meats directly on the surface because the stone can damage your knives. There aren’t a lot of things to avoid when dealing with Quartz. It is known to be one of the toughest materials available for use.

Tips and tricks
  • Quartz countertops are perfect stones that are non-porous so they do not soak any water on the surface like natural stones. Mild soaps and sprays can be used all over the surfaces to clean any liquid and stains without damaging the surface. 
  • Indulge in some special cleaning and disinfecting of your countertops without any limitations. Use any kind of cleaners, even those with chemicals in them! This engineered rock has been made of resins to protect it from chemicals and liquids without additional sealing. For meaner stains soak a damp towel on top of the stain until it loosens. 
  • The best part about Quartz is that it does not require any additional scheduled maintenance like natural stone. These countertops have been manufactured with the needed properties and do not require additional waxing or sealing from stains or mildew.
What to avoid

This stone is known for its durability so don’t be shocked by its small list of ‘don’ts.’ Remember to keep a select amount of abrasive material away from your countertops such as paint removers, silver polish, nail polish remover, and oil-based soaps.

Quartz countertops can take quite a beating from its owners. This doesn’t make them indestructible. Don’t cut your vegetables and meats directly on the surface because the stone can damage your knives. There aren’t a lot of things to avoid when dealing with Quartz. It is known to be one of the toughest materials available for use.

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