Quartz is a popular choice for countertops for many reasons. Quartz is one of the hardest materials found, making it extremely durable for kitchen countertops. Quartz slabs are made by fusing quartz crystals with resin binders under intense heat and pressure. Pigments are added during this process to impact the final color of the slab.
The benefit of a natural stone look with minimal maintenance makes quartz slabs an attractive choice for many. Quartz countertops are also non-porous, preventing mold and mildew from penetrating the surface. Kitchen designers also appreciate quartz's ability to bend and shape during fabrication.
Slabs of quartz can come in numerous colors and designs. You can expect quartz countertops to last a lifetime, and we’re proud to offer a top-rated warranty with all of our quartz countertop products.
Granite surfaces are slabs of stone cut from the earth, making each piece unique. The toughness of granite is unmatched as it stands up extremely well to normal wear and tear and heat. You can cut food with a knife or place hot pans on granite surfaces without causing damage, resulting in a convenient cooking experience.
While granite can be somewhat porous, sealing applications prevent the absorption of stains. Because of the many choices in colors and finishes, design flexibility is a significant advantage in choosing granite. With proper installation and delicate care, you can enjoy your granite countertops for years to come.
Some of today’s most beautiful countertop installations are completed in marble. Many advantages can be enjoyed by choosing a marble countertop, most significantly the luxurious appearance offered. Marble offers an elegant, subtle sheen that can look expensive but actually be relatively affordable.
Marble slabs are durable yet easy to shape and cut due to their relative softness. They are also heat resistant. Chefs often favor a marble countertop as it stays cool, making it convenient to work with food on the surface. You can expect superior longevity of your marble countertops, as marble has the extreme ability to withstand the test of time.