Engineered stone is the latest technology that is associated with countertops. Can be used for your kitchen, bathtub, shower surrounds, threshold, laundry, dry bar, wet bar, as well as other areas in the home or office. Quartz can also be used in commercial settings such as restaurant tables, bars and counters.
Quartz surfaces combines sleek contemporary styling with demonstrated strength and performance. Quartz is scratch-resistant, stain-resistant, and is offered in an array of modern colors providing a beautiful and discerning countertop solution for Homeowners, Architects, and Designers alike. Quartz surfaces are man-made slabs. Composed of 93% natural quartz, Quartz surfaces offer an exciting new option for countertops with the realistic, high-polished look of granite and a wide range of consistent color options.
Most Quartz surfaces are available in the same thickness as granite, and can be fabricated with all the edges profiles.
Home owners with a busy schedule can be assured that their kitchen can be delivered to them within 5 to 7 business days of their order.
With low maintenance, high durability and endless color choices, engineered quartz offers a tempting alternative to natural stone countertops. Quartz is non-porous and does not require any sealing – ever. These stones offer a virtually no-maintenance material solution for your kitchen countertops. Many of these products contain content that has been recycled and the manufacturing process is more environmentally friendly.
Quartz is one of nature’s hardest and most abundant minerals. In fact, nearly every type of stone contains some percentage of this ubiquitous material.
Manufacturers of quartz countertops (familiar brand names include Caesarstone, Cambria, Zodiaq and Silestone) add pigments, resins and, occasionally, recycled content, to a base that is about 93 percent natural stone.