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Quartz Countertops Vs. Quartzite Countertops

Updated: May 19

Quartz and Quartzite countertops are a great choice in kitchen countertop surfaces. Both surfaces have a quartz mineral content but, engineered quartz is much more consistent and easier to maintain. When choosing which countertop is right for your project, research into quartz surfaces such as Verona's and see actual components and properties that engineered stones are manufactured from. To educate the common home owner, we go the extra mile and with this blog we hope to further the end-user's knowledge.

Today, we are fortunate enough to have many options to choose from in the countertop world. All of these options will last you a long time, making them worth the investment. They have been a true essence of beauty and strength for many centuries and will continue to be for many more.

But, putting the look and endless color palette aside quartz really has a big advantage.

See the below points that highlight the best features that engineered quartz surfaces provide for your kitchen or bathroom remodel!

  • Consistent, uniform appearance (in any color).

  • Largest slabs sizes available 139" x 78"

  • Heavy, solid slabs make for great, long-lasting surfaces.

  • Always in stock, no delays when choosing kitchen countertops.

  • Exceptionally hard and durable, due to 93-94% quartz content.

  • Highly resistant to chips, dents, stains and other surface damage.

  • Very low (0.01%) porosity which limits bacterial growth.

  • Heat resistant, abrasion resistant, antibacterial, flexural strength.

  • No need for re-sealing. The slabs have an impenetrable factory seal

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