Quartz countertops are a popular choice for homeowners who are looking for a durable and attractive surface. These countertops are man-made stone and come in a wide range of colours and patterns. It is a popular choice for kitchen and bathroom countertops, as well as fireplace and bathtub surrounds. One of the benefits of quartz counters is that they are non-porous. This means that they are resistant to bacteria and other microorganisms. They are a hygienic choice for all kitchen and bathroom surfaces.
Quartz is extremely hard and durable, making it easy to clean and resistant to cracking, staining and chipping. It is also resistant to sudden changes in temperature. Because quartz is man-made, it offers more colour and pattern options than natural stone like granite or marble. If you are looking for a durable and stylish stone countertop material, then quartz is an excellent option.
Our team specializes in quartz fabrication, providing tailor-made solutions for your custom projects. From bathroom cabinets to kitchen renovations, our experts will create stunning pieces that complement your home. Witness the beauty, durability, and versatility of a quartz countertop built with our exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail. Trust us to bring your dream design to life with stunning custom creations that will elevate the aesthetics of any space.
Quartz countertops are a great way to add an elegant touch of luxury to a room. Whether it’s in your kitchen or bathroom, these beautiful surfaces will make you feel like royalty with their expensive look. With our custom countertop options, you can match your unique style and design preferences with ease.
If you are looking for the perfect quartz for your countertop, then Waterloo Stone Works has what you need. We carry only top-quality products that can be cut into nearly any shape and size. We have a variety of colours and styles that will work in any home. We are experts when it comes to quartz, give us a call if you need help finding a specific type or colour.
Our countertops look great, but our expertise in quartz extends far beyond. We offer custom fabrication services using the highest quality quartz for any area in your home or business that requires an elegant touch. Trust us to revitalize these spaces and bring them to life with our exquisite quartz craftsmanship.
We are more than happy to help you bring your ideas for a new custom quartz design into reality. Our team of experts can also help you select the best quartz materials for your project. We’ll ensure you get the highest quality product that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations. Experience the timeless beauty and unmatched craftsmanship of our quartz countertops. Reach out today, and we’ll be there with every step of the process!
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Quartz stands as the predominant element in the Earth’s crust. Created from molten lava, Quartz is composed of silicon and oxygen. This igneous stone ranks at 7 out of 10 on the Mohs Hardness Test Scale.
Quartz tops are a man-made stone formed using 90% ground quartz (depending on the manufacturer) with 8%-10% resins, polymers and pigments.
This forms a very consistent product in which the appearance, texture, and sparkle can be controlled. We can easily create uniform slabs ideal for large jobs or match the appearance of preexisting pieces.
Because quartz is man-made, it can come in a very large array of colours and patterns including fire engine red, green and black. You can also find quartz in very natural tones with sparkles and veining to mimic the look of natural granite or marble.
Quartz is arguably the most durable choice for your design. It is extremely hard, durable and water-resistant. This means you can avoid cracking and staining, which you can get with other materials like marble or granite.
Along with its durability, because quartz is man-made it allows you the most flexibility to find a design that will work for your project.
One thing to note about quartz is that it can be expensive for complex designs and is not heat tolerant. To avoid unwanted marks or blemishes, you must ensure you are not placing hot pots or items directly on your quartz surface.