Why Should I Get A Quartz Countertop?

There are loads of different materials to use for your countertop. So why should you choose Quartz? We will look at the benefits of Quartz to understand why it could be the material you choose for your counter tops. To start with Quartz is durable and doesn’t chip or crack easily. This is a good start and essential for counter tops.
1. Attractive
There is no question that Quartz countertops are attractive to look at. They are beautiful slabs of rock made of natural minerals. Their intricate design due to rock formations is a natural beauty. Also, the shine of the countertop is attractive to look at.
2. A Wide Range Of Colours
From calm, muted tones to bold, bright. The manufacturing process allows a much wider range of colours than you’ll find in natural stones such as marble or granite.
3. Luxurious
Quartz has a great value and is at a competitive price to granite. Quartz is also on the rise. It is only really because of the history of granite and its relationship with the wealthy that it is considered more luxurious in comparison to Quartz.
4. Resist Stains
Quartz is non-porous so it is stain resist and so a perfect material for the kitchen. It stands up to juice, oil, wine, tomato, coffee and other sources of stains in the kitchen. A non-porous surface means it will not harbor bacteria or viruses. The cleanliness of the material is a great benefit.
5. Cheaper Than Granite
When you have a budget in mind this is where Quartz matters. So you get more for your money if you ask me. For a similar quality that is more fitted to be a kitchen countertop material, it is a no-brainer for me.
Overall, Quartz requires very low maintenance and any seams with quartz are less visible and easier to ride in comparison to other material. So if this is your choice of countertop material you need to remember it needs to be professionally installed. Marble 4Life are an example of a company that manufactures and install Quartz. They have an excellent selection of Quartz Worktops and supply all the major brands such as Silestone, Compac, Technistone, and Cimstone.