Quartz Material

Quartz emerges as a superior choice for kitchen countertops, blending modern elegance with remarkable durability. Engineered from natural quartz crystals, these countertops boast a sleek and uniform appearance, offering a wide spectrum of colors and patterns to suit various design preferences. Beyond their aesthetic allure, quartz countertops stand resilient against stains, and heat, making them a practical and enduring addition to your kitchen and living area that combines style with lasting performance.

What is Quartz Countertop?

Quartz countertops are a modern and versatile surface solution that combines the beauty of natural stone with advanced engineering. Comprising around 90-95% crushed quartz crystals, mixed with resins and pigments, quartz countertops offer a durable and non-porous alternative to traditional stone surfaces. The result is a material that is highly resistant to scratches, stains, and impact, making it suitable for high-traffic areas in kitchens and bathrooms. Quartz countertops come in a wide range of colors and patterns. The engineered nature of quartz allows for consistency in color and pattern, providing homeowners and designers with reliable options for their aesthetic preferences. Beyond its durability and aesthetics, quartz countertops require minimal maintenance, as they do not need sealing. This combination of strength, design flexibility, and ease of care has contributed to the popularity of quartz as a sought-after countertop material in contemporary interior design.

  • Scratch resistant
  • Stain resistant
  • Chip and crack resistant
  • Heat and burn resistant
  • Resistant to household chemicals, acids and solvents
  • Low maintenance
  • Non-absorbent and non-porous
  • Colour consistency