QUARTZ

Quartz worktops let you bring the best of both worlds – nature and science – to your kitchen, bathroom and throughout your home. Explore the drama and beauty of nature without sacrificing the performance of science.

Quartz counter tops are incredibly durable, are resistant to heat and scratches, look fabulous and are the new worry-free, elegant alternative to other high-maintenance options.

Quartz offers a sophisticated elegance and timeless beauty and delivers distinctive depth, brilliant clarity, glimmering radiance and a cool, solid unique feel to natural stone. You’ve seen and felt it in homes across the country, in your local trendy coffee shops, in banks, high end restaurants, spas, salons and hotels.

Thanks to increased manufacturer product development, quartz premium counter tops are in high demand as a must-have in new and remodeled homes and businesses throughout the country.
Quartz worktops are experiencing incredible growth which is driven by the style, luxury and durability quartz delivers and are growing in popularity because they have the appearance of natural stone with none of the maintenance.

Quartz is the most durable manufactured stone worktop you can purchase for a work surface. Granite is a very hard but because it is a natural product you have variations of hardness and porosity inherent within the material as you would with hardwoods for example; these are not issues that are consistent within quartz.

Quartz (Silicon Dioxide) is the most common mineral on the earth’s surface. It is present in nearly every geological environment and is a component of almost every rock type and exists in an impressive range of varieties of patterns and colors. Quartz worktops are manufactured with up to 93 per cent quartz and seven per cent pigments and resins and with quartz being a man made material the color of each piece is laboratory controlled so in areas requiring the use of multiple slabs of material, color variation is not an issue.
A quartz worktop doesn’t need to be polished or sealed like granite worktops. Quartz worktops are man made and are non-porous so staining, mold and bacteria are not an issue. Owing to being non-porous certain quartz worktops have kosher certification.

Quartz is naturally scratch-resistant. Only three other natural minerals – diamond, sapphire and topaz – are harder than quartz. Quartz is a seven on Mohs Hardness Scale (diamond is a 10). So, while a careless slip of the knife will scratch most other counter tops such as laminates and solid surfaces, it won’t leave a mark on Quartz worktops. Although durable, it is not scratch-proof; it could be damaged with excessive force or pressure. Quartz stone surfaces have four times the flexural strength and double the impact resistance of granite while impressively outperforming marble.

Quartz Worktops
Quartz worktops let you bring the best of both worlds – nature and science – to your kitchen, bathroom and throughout your home. Explore the drama and beauty of nature without sacrificing the performance of science. Quartz counter tops are incredibly durable, are resistant to heat and scratches, look fabulous and are the new worry-free, elegant alternative to other high-maintenance options.

Quartz offers a sophisticated elegance and timeless beauty and delivers distinctive depth, brilliant clarity, glimmering radiance and a cool, solid unique feel to natural stone.

You’ve seen and felt it in homes across the country, in your local trendy coffee shops, in banks, high end restaurants, spas, salons and hotels.

Thanks to increased manufacturer product development, quartz premium counter tops are in high demand as a must-have in new and remodeled homes and businesses throughout the country.

Quartz worktops are experiencing incredible growth which is driven by the style, luxury and durability quartz delivers and are growing in popularity because they have the appearance of natural stone with none of the maintenance.

Quartz is the most durable manufactured stone worktop you can purchase for a work surface. Granite is a very hard but because it is a natural product you have variations of hardness and porosity inherent within the material as you would with hardwoods for example; these are not issues that are consistent within quartz.

Quartz (Silicon Dioxide) is the most common mineral on the earth’s surface. It is present in nearly every geological environment and is a component of almost every rock type and exists in an impressive range of varieties of patterns and colors. Quartz worktops are manufactured with up to 93 per cent quartz and seven per cent pigments and resins and with quartz being a man made material the color of each piece is laboratory controlled so in areas requiring the use of multiple slabs of material, color variation is not an issue.

A quartz worktop doesn’t need to be polished or sealed like granite worktops. 

Some QUARTZ samples:

Granite

Trevi

Granite

Elba

Granite

Coloniale

Granite

Linosa

Granite

Sistina

Granite

Castello

Granite

Grigio Nube