About Quartz Countertops
Quartz is an engineered stone. This means your quartz countertops will be created and manufactured by a highly-trained and experienced countertop fabricator. The fabrication process will begin by combining crushed quartz with coloring pigments along with a small amount of polymer resins to hold everything together. Typically, quartz countertops should be comprised of 92%-94% quartz and there shouldn’t be any more than 6% additives.
The manufacturing process results in an incredibly hard stone that is virtually maintenance-free and nearly indestructible. Quartz is harder than countertop alternatives like granite and marble. It’s important to note that excessive heat may damage this engineered stone and the use of trivets and heating pad are strongly recommended.
Quartz Countertop Colors
Quartz countertops can be fabricated to match nearly any color you envision for your space. From a deeply rich sapphire blue to a beautifully bright true yellow and everything in between, you can be sure your countertops fabricator will have a quartz color that is just right for your project!
Engineered quartz countertops offer an unrivaled palette of color options that you won’t find in nature. This gives you even more control over the final look of your space. Whether you are looking for a breath-taking centerpiece or want to complement high-end features like cabinetry, quartz countertops can certainly deliver.
Bathroom Quartz Countertops & Vanities
This engineered stone offers virtually endless design options. Quartz countertops make it easier than ever to design and create your ultimate dream space. Bathroom quartz countertops offer the versatility to create a one-of-a-kind jaw-dropping masterpiece or an understated elegant sanctuary.
It’s worth mentioning that this engineered stone is significantly heavier than alternative countertop materials. This means your countertops should be sturdy and strong and your building structure should be in good condition to support this extra weight. This is especially true for countertops installations on upper floors.