The Benefits Of Using Quartz Worktops

Over the last few centuries, Quartz has been a very popular material, due in part to its unique and exquisite beauty.

It has become so appealing, in fact, that the material is culturally significant.

In many countries, it has become an indicator of wealth and sophistication, with noble families using Quartz in their homes.

But quartz is not just revered for its beauty, this high-quality material also has a number of other distinct practical advantages, a few of which we are going to look at today in this blog post.


Stain proof

Not only are Quartz worktops completely stain-proof, but they are also non-porous, which makes them impermeable.

This means that unlike some other surfaces such as granite worktops, quartz does not need to be maintained with regular sealing or polishing.

As well as being impervious to everyday stains, household acids and heat, quartz worktops are also, because of the non-porous nature of the material, resistant to bacteria, mould and mildew, making quartz kitchen worktops and bath worktops an excellent choice.


Quartz is one of the strongest stone worktop surfaces available on the market today – with only diamonds, topaz and sapphire boasting more toughness.

Because quartz is so much stronger than other acrylic and laminate materials, it makes the material the ideal choice for commercial stone flooring jobs where high durability is key.

The material is practically indestructible!


Owing to the unique way in which quartz worktops are manufactured (mixing polymer and quartz resins), the material can also be made with a high variety of different colour finishes.

So, whether you’re looking for a high-quality, versatile material for your home or a practical durable material for a commercial project, quartz should certainly be at the top of your list.

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