Quartz Countertops for Kitchen & Bath

What is quartz?


Natural quartz crystals
Natural quartz crystals

Natural quartz is a non-porous crystal, and it is one of the hardest, most abundant minerals on earth.

 

Quartz countertops are a man-made product composed of 90-93% ground-up natural quartz crystals and about 7-10% epoxy resins, colorants and dyes. Sometimes the mix includes recycled materials such as glass and porcelain.

Why choose quartz over granite?


Cambria Brentwood Quartz Countertop in a Kitchen

The man-made nature of quartz countertops allows for far more color and pattern consistency than is found in granite or marble.

 

Quartz countertops have the variety of granite, the non-porous nature of glass, and the durability of natural quartz. Unlike natural stone countertops, quartz counters don't need to be sealed.

 

Note: you should not put hot pots or pans directly on your quartz countertops. Read our article to learn more!

How much does a quartz countertop cost?


Pental Quartz Twilight installed in a kitchen

Our quartz countertops can range from $65 to $130 per square foot installed, depending upon brand and color.

 

Several factors such as edge detail and type of sink will raise or lower the price. 

 

 

Choose your Color!

We have 250+ quartz colors in our preset price groups (and 39 granite and quartzite colors, click here for more information). These price groups include the cost of the quartz slab(s), fabrication, installation, and hole cut-outs for faucets and self-rimming sinks. 

 

Visit our store to see samples, pricing per color, and get a quote!

 

Click the logos below to see their color selection.


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