Why Choose Quartz Countertop for your Kitchen

With numerous selections of kitchen countertop materials available in the market today, it’s quite difficult for homeowners to pick the best one. One of the well-known and widely used materials is quartz. This manufactured product provides sophisticated look on your kitchen. Since this is manufactured, it allows wider assortment of colors compared to natural stones like granite and marble. The appearance is luxurious and rich. The finishing presents depth which cannot be shaped with sold surface material like Corian.

Quartz has similar durability with granite and concrete, but a little forgiving –meaning, it won’t crack or chip easily. In addition, it does not have the same hardness in feel which some individuals find unpleasant. Like other well known hard-surface countertop materials, this is non porous. It has the ability to resist stains and stands-up to oil, coffee, tomato, wine and other stain sources in your kitchen. When it comes to cleanliness, non-porous surface means that it won’t harbor viruses and bacteria. As a wife and a mother, you can be confident that your loved ones are given clean, delicious meals every day.

Kitchen remodeling Boca Raton offer dependable and classy kitchen countertop that will make you enjoy cooking the entire day. Below are some of the feature and benefits of quartz:

  1. Fascinating Looks. For numerous buyers, natural luster is the main benefits of quartz countertop. Not like laminate, quarts possess deep and almost 3D appearance similar to natural stone. The appearance largely depends on size of used quartz granules. Finer quartz granules provide consistent appearance, while larger granules create speckled look similar to common granite countertops. This is available in wide assortment of colors from bold bright colors, neutral earth tones to everything in between. Quartz matches your personal taste, making you happier and more confident.
  2. Hardness. This material makes a reliable work surface because it’s extremely hard. Quartz is composed of materials contested with “solid surface counters” which are estimated 33 percent inorganic binding resin and 66 percent organic minerals. Quartz is less “vulnerable” to cracking and chipping from hard falling objects. Furthermore, this is also scratch-resistant from normal wear-and-tear. If you accidentally lose grip of the knife while cutting-up vegetables, you don’t need to worry about unsightly scratches. Bear in mind that quartz is not “scratch proof” but “scratch resistant”.  With extreme sum of force and weight, you can still damage and cause unsightly marks on your quartz kitchen countertop.
  3. Few (if any) Imperfections. Installers have easier time working with quartz because it produces fewer waste products and a very predictable material. Quartz can resist “short heat exposure” without any damage to the surface; however, prolonged exposure to heat can still cause cracking because of fast change in temperature. To prevent this, use trivet or hot pad under griddle or crock pot.
  4. Cost. Since not all homeowners have sufficient budget for their kitchen renovations, you must choose materials that can best value your money. Compared to exotic granite, quartz are less expensive. You do not have to compromise great look using affordable price.