Quartz countertops are factory-made engineered stone designed to be every bit as attractive as natural stones like marble and granite. Because they're engineered, they come in a wide variety of beautiful designs that can replicate other materials, or stand apart from them. Learn more about engineered stone from the experts at Stonemeyer Granite in Denton, TX.
Pros and Cons
Quartz countertops are typically more expensive than natural stone. They are designed to be non-porous like porcelain slabs, making them stain resistant and low maintenance.
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Design and Colors
Because quartz is manufactured in a controlled process, you can get engineered stone in a greater variety of colors and styles than natural stone. Anything nature can do, quartz can do too. For imitating classic styles or going in a bold new direction, try quartz.
Quartz VS Other Countertop Types
Quartz countertops are similar to natural stone in appearance, weight, and aesthetic, but have a few key differences. Since quartz is engineered, you have more flexibility. when it comes to style and appearance than with natural stone, and quartz may be less expensive. Both are substantial, durable materials that can make your kitchen more beautiful for years to come.
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