There are a variety of materials you can use for your countertops during the design process. Natural quartz is both a natural product and a durable material that looks stunning. The benefits of the natural material go beyond look.
Quartz countertops do not require resealing like other products such as granite. The annual process of resealing the countertops is a step you don’t have to take with quartz. The manufacturer seals it and then it is good to go for years. Because they are non-porous, they do not easily stain.
Beyond the lack of resealing annually, quartz is non-penetrable which is ideal in the kitchen and bathroom. Bacteria and viruses can penetrate more porous materials causing problems down the road. Drifting bacteria isn’t a problem for quartz like it can be with other countertop materials. The countertops don’t allow bacteria to grow and multiply making them safer for use in prepping food and brushing teeth. Simply wipe the countertop down with a house cleaner to keep clean.
Natural quartz is elegant. The material can make your cabinets look amazing and improve the overall look of your kitchen. The quartz is mixed with a resin to increase the durability and then polished. The polished countertops gleam beneath the kitchen or bathroom lights. Flecks of other elements can add a unique look to complement your décor and tastes.
The material is an affordable option especially in light of the many benefits of using it in your kitchen or bathroom. Not having to constantly seal and use expensive deep cleaners saves you money over the life of the countertops. The material is cut to match the exact space to sit atop your countertops.
When remodeling or building a new home, consider using natural quartz to enhance the space. The durable material lasts for years keeping the bathroom or kitchen looking elegant and easy to maintain long after the room is complete.