Colors Quartz Countertop
Quartz works well in applications that require precision and premium-quality performance. When chopping, use proper cutting boards and always place hot dishes on a trivet. Quartz countertops may be costly compared to laminates, ceramic tile or concrete, but they deliver when it comes to longevity and durability. However, quartz is a manufactured stone and it is hard to duplicate the veining and pattern look you get from genuine marble or granite. The surface is extremely solid, making it resistant to acids that may otherwise cause stains or etching in other materials.If you do spill liquids such as wine, tea or lemon juice, take action quickly to clean stains.
They also share such qualities as heat-resistance, tolerance to scratches and protection from stains, so they’re ideal in kitchens and bathrooms. As compared to marble, quartz is engineered for toughness and strength. Quartz is approximately 20% to 40% more expensive than granite.
Quartz Countertops by kabinetking.com
If new cabinetry has just been installed it is the responsibility of the customer to be sure all cabinetry has been securely fastened to the wall and installation of cabinetry is complete prior to template. Quartz countertops are an engineered stone product used in residential and commercial kitchen and bath applications. Quartz countertops are molded and milled to standard sizes and thickness but can easily be manufactured to custom specifications. They are very low maintenance, do not require maintenance polishing and are impervious to stains, oils and burns that would permanently scar natural porous stone materials. They are made by mixing and compressing natural quartz derived from granite and epoxy resins to create a hard wearing and stain-impervious surface. Quartz countertops are manufactured in dozens of colors that are produced by adding dyes to the quartz and resin slurry before compression and curing, so that the countertop is a consistent color throughout.