Quartz Countertops

Low Maintenance,  non-porous, and resistant to scratches

High-quality quartz countertops can provide improved work surfaces and durability, while also reducing the spread of germs. If you are considering quartz counters, you might want to ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you want a countertop that is highly durable and resistant to scratches and stains?
  • Are you looking for something that is low maintenance and easy to clean?
  • Do you want a countertop that is non-porous and resistant to bacteria and other pathogens?
  • Are you willing to invest in a higher-end countertop material?
  • Do you want a countertop that can be easily customized?

If you answered yes to any of these, quartz might a good option for your project.

Bertoli Quartz Countertops
Bertoli Arizona Tile Quartz

Pros and Cons of Quartz Countertops

  • Durability: Quartz is a very hard material and is resistant to scratches, stains, and impact damage.
  • Low Maintenance: Quartz requires minimal maintenance, and is easy to clean with just soap and water.
  • Non-Porous: Quartz is a non-porous material, which makes it resistant to bacteria, stains, and odors.
  • Aesthetics: Quartz countertops come in a wide range of colors and patterns, and can be customized to fit specific design needs.
  • Heat Resistance: Quartz can be damaged by heat, so hot pans or dishes should not be placed directly on the surface.
  • UV Resistance: Some quartz countertops may be susceptible to fading or discoloration when exposed to direct sunlight.
  • Weight: Quartz countertops can be quite heavy and may not be suitable for certain installations without additional reinforcement.
  • Seams: Quartz is manufactured in standard sizes, so larger countertops may require multiple slabs, which can result in visible seams.

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When you choose quartz countertops, you get a variety with many different colors and designs. The manufacturing process and the different resins, pigments, and materials allows for just about any look you want. You can find extremely unique quartz designs, or you can find ones that resemble porcelain, granite, marble, concrete, or other stone. (Often, people find it tough to determine the difference between a high-quality manufactured quartz countertop and one that’s made of natural stone.)

Silestone Quartz Countertop
Silestone Quartz

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Common Questions About Quartz Countertops

Cleaning and Durability

What are the benefits of quartz countertops compared to other materials like granite or marble?

Quartz countertops offer several advantages over materials like granite and marble, including greater durability, easier maintenance, and a wider range of design options. Quartz countertops are available in a wide range of colors and patterns, and they require minimal maintenance. Unlike natural stones like granite or marble, quartz countertops do not require sealing,

How durable are quartz countertops?

Quartz countertops are highly durable and resistant to scratches, chips, and stains due to their non-porous surface and engineered composition. They can last for decades with proper care and maintenance.

How do quartz countertops hold up over time?

Quartz countertops are strong and durable and should last for decades with proper care. Minor scratches or chips can be repaired by a professional, but more extensive damage may require a full replacement of the countertop.

Are quartz countertops resistant to scratches and stains?

Quartz countertops are highly durable and resistant to scratches, chips, and stains due to their non-porous surface and engineered composition. They can last for decades with proper care and maintenance.

How do I properly clean and maintain quartz countertops?

Quartz countertops are very easy to clean and maintain. Simply wipe them down with a soft cloth and mild soap and water. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive sponges, as these can damage the surface of the countertops.

Cost and Installation

How do quartz countertops compare in terms of cost?

Quartz countertops can be more expensive than other countertop options, such as laminate or tile, but they can often be less expensive than many natural stone options. Quartz’ durability and longevity make them a good investment in the long run.

How long does it take to install quartz countertops?

The installation time for quartz countertops can vary depending on the size and complexity of the project, as well as the availability of materials and scheduling with the installer. However, typically, the installation process takes 1-2 days.

Quartz in General

What is quartz? / What are quartz countertops made of?

Quartz is a mineral that is found in abundance in the earth’s crust. It is one of the hardest minerals. Quartz countertops are engineered stone surfaces manufactured from loose quartz and resin, and tinted with color pigment. Quartz countertops are typically made of 93% quartz and 7% resin or binding agents.

What is the difference between quartz and quartzite?

Quartz is is an engineered, man-made, non-porous surface. Do not confuse this with quartzite, which is a natural stone that forms deep within the earth. Both quartz and quartzite can be great choices for new countertops, but they can they offer differences in looks, durability, care and price. Follow this link to learn more about quartzite and natural stone

What colors and patterns are available for quartz countertops?

Quartz countertops are available in a wide variety of colors and patterns, ranging from solid colors to mimic natural stones like marble, granite, and quartzite. Some popular colors include white, gray, black, and beige, while patterns can include veining, speckling, and movement.

Are quartz countertops environmentally friendly?

Quartz countertops are a more eco-friendly option than other countertop materials, as they are made from natural materials and can be recycled at the end of their lifespan. However, the manufacturing process does require energy and resources, so it is not a completely sustainable option.

Can quartz countertops be used in outdoor spaces?

While quartz is a durable material, it is not recommended for use in outdoor spaces as exposure to direct sunlight and extreme temperatures can cause discoloration and other damage. It is best suited for indoor use in kitchens and bathrooms.

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With over two decades of experience serving Colorado, we take pride in going above and beyond to provide high-quality countertops. We aim to be your dedicated partner, offering unparalleled services to enhance the success of your projects.

As a locally-owned business, we are dedicated to giving back to our community by donating materials and time to schools, fire departments, and those in need.

We’re proud of the reputation we’ve built with homeowners, businesses, and homebuilders across Colorado. We are also proud to be a part of our local community and participate in charitable causes such as the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway.

Countertop Brands We Carry

We carry high quality quartz countertop brands such as Silestone by Cosentino, Cambria Quartz, Viatera Quartz from LX Hausys, Caesarstone Quartz, Corian Quartz, MSI Q Quartz, Della Terra Quartz from Arizona Tile, One Quartz Surfaces from Daltile, Revera Quartz by Bedrosians, Wilsonart Quartz, and more.

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