Quartz Countertops
Although you can’t beat the style, beauty, and value of granite countertops, quartz countertops are quickly becoming the more popular countertop choice. If you’re thinking about remodeling your kitchen and including quartz countertops, here are a few things you might not know about this stunning countertop material:

1.  Quartz is not a natural material—Unlike granite, you cannot go out into nature and find giant slabs of quartz that can be made into countertops. Instead, quartz countertops are made using several pieces of quartz that are bonded together with resin. For this reason, quartz countertops are considered to be a “manufactured” type of countertop.

2.  Quartz countertops aren’t 100% quartz—Most quartz countertop slabs are made up of 97% quartz and 3% resin. Additionally, some quartz countertop slabs include other manmade materials designed to give the quartz a different look or to make the slab a different colour.

3.  Quartz is an abundant mineral—Did you know that quartz is the second most abundant mineral on earth? Unlike granite, which has to be quarried from specific locations, quartz can be found in multiple locations throughout the world, making it a readily available countertop material.

4.  Many options are available—When it comes to choosing quartz countertops, you have an almost endless selection of colours and styles available to you. Thanks to this, it’s easy to find the perfect countertop option for your upcoming kitchen remodel, whether you’re going for a modern, contemporary, or traditional look.