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About quartz worktops.

Quartz worktops adds a unique style and design to any kitchen. From modern, kitchens to more classical styles, there are over 60 colours and many different finishes (polished), suede (matt) or volcano (rustic), to choose from. The unique physical-mechanical and hygienic characteristics of quartz for example, its beauty, resistance to stains, scratching and strong knocks, as well as its bacteriostatic properties makes it ideal for a work area such as the kitchen worktop. With quartz, the kitchen worktop will always look as good as new.

Engineered Quartz is an artificial stone which consists of 94% quartzite and other additives such like resin, natural detritus, mineral pigments etc. This material has a high resistance to staining and corrosion, and it’s extremely durable, as a stone worktop it can be even stronger than granite. Quartz is a man-made material, this means it will come in many colour options, such as plain colours, with imitation of natural veins, or with shining mirrors which will reflect the light in order to add more style to modern kitchen worktops. It really is a hard wearing, elegant, high quality product that offers you extreme number of possibilities for any designs.

Quartz worktops gallery.

Most common uses for quartz

Quartz is an even more durable and long lasting materials than granite, therefore often used for floors, claddings, worktops and other surfaces. Quartz is widely used in kitchens for quartz worktops, counters in pubs and bars, utility rooms, window sills, bathrooms, wall and floor tiles, and many others.

Edges and finishes

More importantly, same as granite it can have a variety of finishes and edges. As mentioned earlier this includes polished, honed, anticato, flamed or brushed. In terms of the edges  many varieties are also available, either pencil edge, half bullnose and even full bullnose, there are many options to choose from. Check them all out here.