Engineered stone offers the perfect combination of technology and nature. Composed of bits of quartz held together in an industrial-grade binder, quartz slabs and countertops are elegant, practical, and low-maintenance. We offer a variety of neutral color options ranging from crisp white to deep black quartz countertops to create the sophisticated, contemporary space of your dreams.
Quartz slab countertops are ideal for homeowners who make good use of their kitchens. Not only are they scratch-resistant, but they're also non-porous and hygienic. Therefore, they're the ideal material for kitchen counters.
Quartz countertops are highly-durable countertops created by mixing ground quartzite with binding agents such as resins, dyes, and polymers. In most cases, quartz countertops consist of 90-93% natural quartzite stone – which means it’s man-made. The additions of hardening agents make quartz countertops more durable than the natural stone version.
There are a plethora of pros to quartz slabs and countertops. Quartz countertops are durable, scratch-resistant, water-resistant, stain-resistant, and have anti-bacterial properties. Therefore, they're ideal for residential and commercial bathrooms and kitchens.
The disadvantages of quartz countertops include price and heat resistance. If you are looking to install countertops on a small budget, then quartz countertops may be too costly. Additionally, quartz countertops can be damaged by hot appliances and cookware.
Quartz slabs can be used for many fantastic additions to homes. The most common uses are quartz countertops, quartz tile flooring, quartz kitchen backsplash, and quartz tabletops.
Quartz slabs and countertops are low maintenance. If you’re wondering how to care for your black or white quartz countertops then look no further. Quartz is fairly easy to maintain with regular cleanings. Use a mild cleaning agent and soft material cloth to keep surfaces looking their best.
The cost of a quartz slab per square is considerably more than materials like ceramic and porcelain. Good quality quartz slabs can range from $100-$200 per square foot.
Quartz countertops and slabs are highly scratch-resistant – good quality quartz can handle daily tasks without damage.
Quartz is often cheaper than granite. The cost of quartz per square foot installed is about $70-$100. Granite can be pricier per square foot installed ranging anywhere from $60-$270. There are varieties of low-quality granite that you may find cheaper, but it is not recommended to use such material.
Both quartz and granite are exceptionally beautiful and hard-wearing. Which material is considered to be better depends on your desired use for your countertops or flooring and design preferences. Quartz is man-made, while granite is a natural stone. In general, quartz is more low-maintenance compared to granite, as it does not require sealing.
No, we do not recommend placing hot cookware onto quartz surfaces. The heat can cause severe damage to quartz over time.
No, quartz doesn’t stain easily. The resin mixture that goes into quartz slabs and tiles makes them impervious to staining.
Most homeowners find that concrete countertops are cheaper than quartz countertops. Although quartz countertops cost more, they are lower maintenance, which makes them the more popular option.
Yes. Quartz is often more affordable than marble. Marble is a natural luxury stone that is usually quite expensive. Quartz countertops cost significantly less in most cases and can be great for a luxury look with a lower price tag.
While there are many safe commercial products in the market, the best cleaner for quartz slabs or countertops is a mixture of warm water and mild detergent. Regular cleaning will maintain your quartz surfaces.
A standard size for 1 quartz slab is 56” by 120” (or 142cm by 305 cm). Slabs can be larger or smaller, as well as thicker or thinner depending on the requirements of the design.