Quartz Countertop

There are different ways homeowners choose to update the décor in their home. For some, it’s all about the cabinets. For others, it’s the floors. But whatever upgrades you decide to make to your home, it should improve both the look and functionality of the space.

This is exactly what homeowners do when they opt to have their countertops updated with quartz stone. Quartz is quite popular among homeowners throughout the US and for good reason.

Compared to the various other materials on the market, quartz outperforms them all. It’s a high-quality material that’s known to last for many years. If this is a stone you’d like to have installed into your home, it’s important to hire a reputable contractor.

The professionals at KNC Granite are renowned for installing beautifully crafted quartz counters into homeowner’s homes.

Why KNC for Quartz

There are many reasons why our customers choose to do business with us. For one, they know we offer some of the best quartz stone slabs in the area. This is because we only partner with the leading manufacturers.

This is very important because it determines the longevity of the counters you have installed. If you’re hiring contractors with low-end quartz, then you’re no better off than purchasing a lower-end material such as vinyl or laminate.

The professionals at KNC will fabricate your quartz slab and then install it into your home. You can hand select the exact quartz slabs you want by visiting our showroom in person. We have a great track record of meticulously installing countertops for kitchens and bathrooms.

So, don’t hesitate to contact us to have these areas of your home updated with quartz stone.

Quartz Uses and Ideas

Many homeowners use quartz because it’s a durable choice for their properties. It’s engineered using a blend of quartz, resin and pigments. This makeup allows homeowners to choose the colors they want. And they get the peace of mind in knowing their counters will last for many years.

The resin acts like a sealant, which protects it from all sorts of harm. This includes scratches, chips and stains. Therefore, you’ll find it primarily used inside of kitchens. In a kitchen setting, it’s ideal for both cooking and entertaining.

It’s a beautiful surface that looks like natural stone. It can be cut to fit any shape counter, including kitchen islands and L-shaped counters. The surface is very tough, allowing it to be used for chopping, baking and prepping foods.

You don’t have to worry about stains seeping deep into the surface because it’s nonporous. So, you can prepare foods and drinks without worries of spills and drops. This also makes cleaning up after use a breeze.

Then there’s the fact it doesn’t easily burn from hot pots and pans. This is great news if you enjoy baking pies, breads, cookies and cakes.

Quartz is a great choice just about anywhere you decide to put it. So, whether you’re looking to spruce up your kitchen or bathroom, this is an exceptional choice. In the bathroom, quartz counters can amplify your focal point.

Then you can also have it placed in other areas of your home. For instance, if you have a fireplace, you can install quartz along the mantle and surround. Others choose to use it as a backsplash in the kitchen or even as floors throughout the home.

Benefits of Quartz Countertops

Dealing with low-quality counters is no one’s idea of fun homeownership. Therefore, it’s essential to upgrade it in the ways you see fit. For a lot of homeowners, this means switching out the counters in the kitchen and bathroom.

One way to go about this is to opt for quartz counters. This provides homeowners with a quality stone that lasts for many years. This makes it an exceptional investment. Installing low-quality counters in your home will eventually cost you a lot of money.

They simply don’t last a long time, which means you must continuously repair and replace them. So why waste money on a mediocre material, such as vinyl, laminate or even wood? These options wear out quickly when used frequently.

So, if you’re an avid cook, then these are poor choices for you. Quality stones continue to be great investments, because they last years and require little maintenance. This is especially true with quartz counters.

The qualities of quartz also make them worthwhile to purchase. The nonporous nature of quartz makes them difficult to stain. Plus, it’s not easily scratched, chipped or burned. So, whether it’s placed in the kitchen, bathroom or around a fireplace, it’ll hold up well for many years.

How to Clean Quartz Kitchen and Bathroom Countertops

Keeping your new investment looking great is your top priority as a homeowner. So, knowing how to maintain your quartz counters is crucial. This means understanding what products you can and cannot use on the surface of quartz.

For one, you should never use any type of abrasive, acidic or alkaline products on the surface. This includes those like oven cleaners, nail polish remover, turpentine, drain cleaner, dishwasher rinsing agents and the like.

These are known to break down the bonds of quartz, causing the resin to separate from the quartz. So, if you want your surface to sustain itself, then you need to use a nonabrasive cleaner and sponge. Warm water and a mild detergent is all that’s needed.

Just make sure to wipe down the counters daily for maximum results.

Who We Partner With

At KNC Granite, we partner with some of the best quartz manufacturers in the industry. This includes the likes of Caesarstone, Cambria, MSI, Zodiaq and Silestone. These companies have proven time and time again the quality of their products.

So, we extend these stone slabs to our customers. Our contractors fabricate the countertops to perfectly match your home. Those looking to upgrade their counters with a quality stone should contact KNC Granite.

Contact KNC Granite Today!

Now’s the time to start planning your countertop upgrade. Visit our showroom to view our stone slabs for yourself. After choosing what you want, we will give you a free estimate.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment for your countertop installation!

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