Updated: Nov 8, 2022
We have seen homeowners using Quartz to replace their granite countertops, and here is why:
Quartz is much harder than granite and other stones, which makes it more resistant to dents, cracks and scratches. In addition, it’s nonporous - meaning it resists stains much better than most kitchen countertops do.
Unlike granite and marble, quartz doesn’t require sealing or any type of maintenance. This feature has made Quartz highly popular among homeowners.
Do you like the classic look of a Marble Countertop?
If you like a classic look of marble countertops, there are Quartz slabs that looks just like marble - you get the same look, and still have the features and low maintenance of Quartz countertop.
Quartz comes in many different patterns and colors variations, making it so there is an option for any style of space.
Durability and low maintenance are the new deal breaker for homeowners or someone who is designing/planning for a dream kitchen, you don’t want to pay twice for a kitchen countertop, or worry about stains and cracks. The kitchen is a busy and dynamic part of the house, so it’s important to choose your countertops carefully.