Why Choose Quartz Stone Surfaces?
Stain, heat and scratch resistant.
Quartz surface is a non-porous material, therefore it will not stain like marble or granite and it will not warp or burn like other solid plastic surfaces. Unlike marble, Quartz surface is virtually impossible to scratch and is hard as granite. Notwithstanding its hard and non-porous surface, Quartz surface manages to retain a certain measure of flexure, therefore Quartz surface will not chip or break.
Due to its physical characteristics, Quartz surface is the only maintenance-free material on the market. Because Quartz surface is stain resistant, it is easy to clean with soap and water or an over-the-counter cleaner like Windex®. Difficult spots are removed by soaking the area with an over-the-counter cleaner for up to 10 minutes and then rinsing thoroughly Unlike marble, Quartz surface does not require the use of sealers or impregnators. Unlike other plastics which require sanding to remove scratches and stains, the structure of Quartz surface remains intact as it is cleaned.
Quartz surface can be fabricated into numerous shapes, making it a desirable alternative to natural stone in homes, businesses, new construction and remodeling projects. It can be used in making tiles, kitchen countertops, shower stalls, bathroom countertops, sink tops, interior wall cladding, steps, flooring and furniture.
Quartz surface is manufactured using different aggregates and sands. The most common aggregates used are Quartz surface, granite chips, and recycled glass. Computers closely monitor the production process for Quartz surface, providing consistency of color and texture. Colors can be duplicated allowing for separate production batches to match previous orders. Furthermore, Quartz surface can be produced in a vast array of colors. each manufacturer has it own colors..
Quartz surface is one of the most environmentally sensitive materials for home use. It is composed of 93% natural materials, including recycled glass and recycle stone. Is the first producer of agglomerated stone to utilize state-of-the-art machinery which operates with recyclable plastic instead of individual sheets of paper.