Why choose Quartz Worktops?
When thinking about your new work surface, you need to be choosing the right one for your lifestyle and needs. These new worktops will be constantly on show and will be used greatly in a kitchen environment.
Quartz has been increasing in popularity for the last decade and there are no signs of this slowing down for many reasons.
The surfaces are non-porous, are heat resistant, hardwearing, and scratch-resistant too. They do not require sealing either which makes them very low maintenance. This along with them being very aesthetically pleasing and the durability of them means that this has become for many kitchen worktops around the world.
It can be manufactured in many colours too, due to the way that is it engineered, allowing the surface to match any decor. You also have the choice of pattern, edge designs, and finishes too, to achieve that perfect look for your style.
What is Quartz made from?
Quartz is engineered typically using 93% natural stone and is usually made from man-made stone. It is sometimes referred to as ‘engineered stone’. It has various resins and polymers to create the wide range of finishes that it offers. The result is a strong kitchen worktop that is sleek and beautiful.
Your new Quartz worktops will not absorb any liquid. This is due to its non-porous properties, making it increasingly common for use in kitchens and bathrooms. Unlike natural stone, Quartz is a hygienic choice, due to problematic liquids allowed to seep into natural stone more easily.