Natural stone, quartz, and solid surface have become preferred choices in countertops for an increasing number of homeowners – and with good reason. Offering beauty, durability, and value, well designed and fabricated custom countertops represent a sound investment for your home or work environment.
These tops are comprised of 93% natural quartz and 7% pigments and resin binders. This mineral is one of nature’s strongest. There are only three other natural elements which are stronger: diamond, sapphire, and topaz. Quartz products also allow for more consistency in color than a natural stone.
If you are considering these options, take a closer look at Prestige Marble & Granite. We carry and work with the follow quartz and solid surfaces:
Why Choose Quartz
The flex strength is several times that of natural stone and is resistant to scratches, cracks, and chips.
Easy Clean Up
With mild soap and water; does not support the growth of mold, mildew, or bacteria.
A nonporous surface will resist stains from wine, food coloring, fruit juices, paints, and even nail polish.
Although heat resistant, a heat pad or trivet is still recommended.
Generally backed by a 10-year limited warranty when installed by a certified installer or fabricator.
Does not require sealing.
While our sales staff is ready, willing and flexible to meet your needs, our shop engineers your countertops with expert craftsmanship. Even though we possess all the latest technologies, time is still taken to hand polish edges using a 9-step finishing process. We also rod the sink areas for added strength and stability rather than placing seams there; plus minimize seam locations by using 3-man install crews as well as placing them in the least conspicuous spots and ensuring that they are tight and level.
Additionally, meticulous attention is given to the layout of your countertop on slab. As our cutters have positioned tens of thousands of countertops, you can trust that yours too will have optimum beauty. We are proud to say that workers of Prestige Marble & Granite are employees of the company, insured and bonded.
When you purchase new countertops from us, they are guaranteed to last for many years to come. Contact us today for more information.