Why Choose Quartz for Your Countertops
Durable and beautiful with extensive design options, quartz is a popular alternative to granite and marble with many advantages over most other countertop materials. Determining whether it’s a good choice for you depends on your style preferences, budget, and how you balance its pros and cons.
Most stone products are porous to some degree, which means the stone can absorb liquid. Engineered quartz, on the other hand, stands out from the crowd because it is 100% non-porous, meaning it doesn’t stain and need as much maintenance as other natural stone products. It stands up to juice, oil, wine, tomato, coffee, and other sources of stains in the kitchen. For cleanliness, quartz will also not harbor bacteria or viruses because of its non-porous surface.
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Quartz Countertop Maintenance
Quartz is hard to beat if you want a low-maintenance surface for your countertops. Because quartz is basically non-porous, its cleaning and maintenance is quick and painless. Unlike natural stone, it never needs to be sealed either. Still, quartz countertops can always benefit from a regular cleaning and maintenance routine.