Quartz Surfacing FAQ's

Natural Stone FAQ's

Quartz Surfacing FAQ's 

Solid Surface FAQ's 

Quartz is one of the hardest naturally occurring materials, with a rating of 7
out of 10 on the Mohs' scale of hardness; as a comparison, diamonds rate a 10
on this scale.

We display more than 100 different colors across 4 product lines.

Slabs sizes vary slightly, generally there are available in 52" (1.3m) x 118" (3m). 

Thicknesses: Available in 3/4" (2cm) and 1-1/4" (3cm).

Are they suitable for commercial and residential use? Quartz surfaces are

suitable for most interior horizontal and vertical surfaces in both commercial

and residential applications. Potential residential uses include kitchen and

bathroom countertops, wet bars, tub decks, tub and shower surrounds, furniture,

and desktops, and floor tile. Potential commercial uses include health care,

lodging/hospitality, food service, education, retail, entertainment and

corporate spaces, and as wall cladding, work surfaces, reception desktops,

sills, bar tops, vanity tops, wet bars, tabletops, transaction counters,

bars and other surfaces. 

Quartz surfaces are very easy to maintain because they are durable, nonporous

and chemical-resistant. They require no sealants or waxes to retain their

lustrous gloss and ultra-smooth surface. Routine cleaning may be done with a

damp cloth or paper towel and, if necessary, a small amount of non-bleach,

nonabrasive cleanser. e quis.

Most quartz surfacing is resistant to heat, scratching and staining, but is

not heat-, scratch- or stain-proof. Therefore, the use of trivets or hot pads

is recommended under hot pots, skillets or roasting pans. A cutting board should

be used when slicing or chopping, especially with a serrated knife. Spills should

be wiped up quickly; a nonabrasive cleaning pad and a non-bleach cleaning product

may be used to remove stubborn or dried spills. 

Yes, of course. A solid surface sink can be installed in a quartz countertop,

for example. Each material can be inlaid into the other, either along the edges or

on the surfaces, for a dramatic design statement.