Today, there are so many options when it comes to remodeling your kitchen or bathroom. One of the biggest decisions to make is the type of countertops will work best for your needs. When you realize that remodeling your kitchen or bathroom can bring you a 100 percent return on your investment, it is clear that you need to make informed decisions during the entire project. If you have been considering granite or marble countertops, you may want to look into quartz instead. Quartz counters are growing in popularity due to their durability and the fact that they are virtually maintenance free.
Quartz Countertops in Philadelphia
Natural Stone, Timeless Beauty
Cambria counters are created from natural quartz and it is almost impossible to distinguish the counters from marble or granite. However, Cambria countertops require less maintenance than other types of natural stone. They are also non-porous so that they resist bacteria or mold buildup. This makes them the perfect choice for busy families. The fact that they resist staining from spills is an added bonus.
Caesarstone Quartz in Philadelphia
Caesarstone’s highly-skilled craftsmen create products that have no match in the construction world today due to the standards set forth by the company itself. Materials used are carefully selected before being molded into countertops that are extremely durable. Once the manufacturing process is complete, the counters are cut into slabs and polished. Once installed, you will have countertops that look exactly like marble or granite.
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Silestone Quartz Countertops in Philadelphia
Quartz is one of the hardest stones on Earth and, when it is combined with other raw materials, you get Silestone counters that are extremely hard and resistant to stains. Because they resist bacteria and mold, they are perfect for bathrooms and kitchens. They counters are beautiful, looking almost exactly like marble, granite and other natural stones. Unlike other natural stones, acidic material and makeup are less likely to stain Silestone counters.
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PentalQuartz Countertops in Philadelphia
Using the latest technology, PentalQuartz countertops are created by blending crushed quartz with other substances to create an extremely hard surface. The counters do not need sealing like other types of natural stone, making them virtually maintenance free. All slabs look the same so if you have a large counter area, your kitchen has a more uniform look than it would with granite or marble.
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