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The Beauty of Quartz Countertops

White Zeus countertop
June 17, 2020

Quartz Countertops have developed a loyal following because of their attractive appearance, durability, and easy care. Quartz is a designer favorite due to its rich, luxurious finish and is available in more colors than natural stone. Made with a combination of ground quartz and polymer resin, it creates an ultra-durable countertop that is as close to indestructible as you can get. It won't chip or crack under normal use, is non-porous, and stain-resistant.

Quartz Countertops have developed a loyal following because of their attractive appearance, durability, and easy care. Quartz is a designer favorite due to its rich, luxurious finish and is available in more colors than natural stone. Made with a combination of ground quartz and polymer resin, it creates an ultra-durable countertop that is as close to indestructible as you can get. It won't chip or crack under normal use, is non-porous, and stain-resistant.

Some homeowners love the bold and dramatic, while others prefer sleek and subtle. With so many Quartz styles, it's easy to design your perfect kitchen or bath. Quartz is available with as much or as little variation as you desire and in a large selection of colors. Unlike natural stone, engineered Quartz is held in place with epoxy making it perfect for waterfall edges, backsplashes, and even shower enclosures or walls.

Quartz is also hard to beat if you want a low maintenance countertop. You can always be confident that you are getting your quartz countertop clean since its non-porous surface will not harbor bacteria or viruses. That's a great benefit in both the kitchen and the bathroom. To care for Quartz, simply wash the countertops like you do your hands with mild soap and warm water. If you do come across a persistent mark that soap and water can't handle, use a glass cleaner and a non-abrasive sponge. High heat can damage Quartz, so use caution with hot pots and pans in the kitchen or hot hair tools in the bathroom.

StoneMark Granite is pleased to announce we have increased the number of colors in our stock Quartz program! All our stock slabs are sold by the square foot, so you only pay for the material you use, starting at $60 a square foot.