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  • Verona Quartz Surfaces

Why Quartz?

Quartz countertops are a popular choice for kitchen and bathroom countertops because they offer several benefits compared to natural stone, corian, butcher block, and porcelain/sintered stones.


So why use quartz out of all the countertop options?

One of the main benefits of quartz countertops is that they are extremely durable and resistant to scratching, chipping, and staining. Quartz is a man-made material that is composed of natural quartz and other materials, such as resin and pigments, which makes it stronger and more durable than natural stone. The low amount of resin in our products is key to understanding the difference in the flexural strength of the stone.


Another benefit of quartz countertops is that they are low maintenance. Unlike natural stone, which requires regular sealing to protect it from staining and etching, quartz countertops do not need to be sealed. They are also resistant to heat and are nonporous, host no bacteria, mold, or mildew, and remain safe and sanitary for ultimate cleanliness in the kitchen or bathroom.


Why Quartz?

One of the main benefits of quartz countertops is that they are available in a wide range of colors and patterns, so you can choose a design that fits your personal style and complements your home's decor. They are also relatively low maintenance and easy to clean, making them a practical choice for busy households.

Quartz countertops are also non-porous, which means that they are resistant to bacteria and other germs. This makes them a hygienic choice for kitchen and bathroom surfaces.

In comparison to Corian countertops, quartz countertops are more durable and resistant to scratching and staining.


They are also less expensive than Corian. Quartzite, Marble, And Some Granite.

Easy to template, install and customize by professionals, suited for indoors and available in a selection of 67 colors.


Butcher block countertops are made from wood and are a popular choice for kitchen countertops because they are warm and inviting. However, they are prone to scratching, staining, and warping, and require regular maintenance such as oiling and sanding to maintain their appearance. In comparison, quartz countertops are more durable and require less maintenance. Overall, quartz countertops offer a combination of durability, low maintenance, and resistance to bacteria, making them a top choice for kitchen and bathroom countertops.

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