Counter Top Materials
A purely natural stone that comes directly from stone quarries and is then cut into thin slabs, polished, and fabricated into countertops.
Man-made engineered stone products that contain a large percentage of loose quartz, but also natural silicon dioxide and synthetic materials. They are not slabs of quarried stone, but are instead stone byproducts that are ground up and mixed with resin that are formed into slabs for countertops.
A naturally occurring metamorphic rock. It is created when sandstone is subjected to extreme heat and pressure caused by tectonic plate compression in the crust of the earth. The stone is mined and cut into slabs, which are later precisely cut to become countertops. The tops are polished and sealed for beauty and durability.
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Natural Stone Care and Maintenance
There’s nothing more beautiful than the permanence of natural stone. With the right care and regular maintenance, your stone can last a lifetime.
Routine Care and cleaning
Quartz Surface Care and Maintenance
Quartz countertops are extremely resilient. Routine care and cleaning is very simple, and with basic precautions to prevent stains, dents or scratches, quartz countertops can lend beauty and a sense of permanence to a home for decades.