Quartz Countertops​

We have a ton of different quartz countertop options and a great countertop for your project!

Quartz is an engineered stone. Quartz is not like granite and most countertops colors and styles are similar. Quartz is extremely popular and many have been using quartz countertops for their projects. Below is only a small sample of what we have and if you don’t see a color you like, please reach out and let us know about your project. Click here to contact us today. We can help find the perfect quartz countertop for your project!

Your Quick Guide to Quartz Countertops

Quartz is an engineered stone that has been rising in popularity in recent years. For some people, it’s considered a top choice even above natural stones like granite and marble.

About Quartz

Quartz is an engineered stone countertop, not a natural one; it’s not made entirely of natural stone. While its primary component is natural quartz, there are additives of polymers and resins added to create the look of quartz countertops that you know and love. Once all of the ingredients are mixed together, they are poured into a block mold and baked.

Unlike natural stone countertops, the patterns on quartz slabs are known for their uniformity. If you’re interested in a seamless look for your kitchen instead of the unpredictability of natural stone, then quartz is a good option.

The Care and Upkeep of Quartz

Quartz is known for how it resists acids, which means that it’s unlikely to develop stains over time or from spills. It doesn’t require the sealing that natural stone countertops do, so there’s not much maintenance required at all. After you install the countertops, you’ll be able to enjoy them for years while putting in very minimal work.

Of course, you’ll need to wipe down your quartz countertops now and again using water and a mild detergent. We recommend steering clear from abrasive substances like bleach, ammonia, or vinegar and cleaners that contain polish, wax, or oils.

To keep your quartz countertop looking as good as the day you had it installed, always remember to use a cutting board and clean up spills as soon as they happen. And don’t forget to use a hot pad or trivet, as quartz is not known for being heat-resistant in the way that other stones are.

The Benefits and Downfalls of Quartz

Quartz is gaining popularity because of how durable it is. People love how long quartz lasts, and they appreciate the fact that they won’t have to replace their countertop for many years.

While quartz is more expensive than other materials like laminate and tile, the quality that you receive is worth the extra money. Quartz is a worthy investment that will serve you for a long time to come.

If you decide that quartz is the stone for you, contact us at Wallstone Stone Countertops for a consultation.

Try Our Countertop Visualizer

Our 3D visualizer lets you view and compare different types of granite, marble, and quartz countertops. See them side-by-side with different backsplash and cabinet combinations!

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