Quartz Countertops FAQ
What is Quartz Countertop?
Quartz countertops are composed mostly of quartz, one of the hardest mineral. The quartz is combined with high-quality polymer resins and pigments and then compacted under intense vibration, vacuum, and pressure into dense, non-porous slabs. Our company is a certified fabricator of the most popular quartz countertops brands: Silestone, Cambria, Caesarstone and Zodiaq.
What it is usually used for?
Quartz surfaces can be used in kitchens, bathrooms, floors, fireplace surrounds, indoor application: for countertops, vanities, island tops, shower surrounds, walls, tabletops, fireplace surrounds and more.
- Over 100 attractive colors – black, blue, red, beige, white, gold and more.
- It is that it is easy to keep clean and maintain.
- It resists scratching, staining and scorching better than any other natural stone or solid surface.
- It keeps its lustrous gloss and ultra-smooth surface without polishing.
Care & Maintenance
Marble, granite and limestone must be sealed regularly to prevent stains. But quartz is non-porous, so it does not need to be sealed. Quartz surface is easy to clean. Quartz is very hard mineral, so quartz countertops are naturally scratch-resistant.
Quartz is highly resistant to stains from wine, coffee, lemon juice and other.
It is scorch-resistant, but the use of trivets or hot pads are recommended with hot pots and a cutting board is recommended when using a knife.
For routine cleaning, use a damp cloth or paper towel and, if necessary, a small amount of non-bleach, nonabrasive cleanser.
Quartz countertops offers a large choice of different edge profiles.