Why Choose Quartz

What is Quartz?

This mineral is one of the most abundant and hardest minerals on earth. Due to quartz’s strength and durability, quartz is a popular choice among countertop suppliers. While quartz is sometimes labeled engineered, it’s still a natural stone. However, different countertop suppliers use different concentrations of quartz. Raphael Quartz uses a high concentration to ensure strong countertops you can use for years to come. 

BEAUTY
Make a statement in quartz
DURABILITY
Make a statement in quartz
EASE
Easy to clean, easy to maintain, easy to love

Quartz Pros

  • Quartz offers extreme durability. Even after decades of use, it will retain the same general appearance. 
  • Quartz never requires sealing. This fact is a sharp contrast to other traditional surfaces that need routine polishing and sealing. 
  • Quartz is nonabsorbent, so you don’t need to worry about stains or harmful bacteria growing in your countertop. 
  • Quartz is beautiful. The material offers versatility and inspired design options for your project. There are many distinct patterns and colors available. 

Quartz Countertops vs. Granite

Granite countertops are not as strong as quartz countertops. Quartz is a harder mineral, which increases its durability. Additionally, granite is porous, meaning it can absorb liquids and stains quickly.  

Granite also requires routine maintenance to remain pristine. You can forego the regular granite sealing and polishing with quartz. Plus, countertop suppliers can fabricate quartz into more unique shapes and uses than granite. This fact makes it perfect for unique projects. 

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Quartz Countertops vs. Marble

Quartz countertops can handle more than marble options. For one, acidic food residue like lemon can etch marble and ruin the look you want. Additionally, marble is absorbent. That means it holds liquids and stains that quartz simply would not. 

Marble countertops also require additional maintenance. Without regular sealing and polishing, marble counters will deteriorate. Quartz countertops, even white quartz countertops, do not require this added care. 

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Quartz Countertops vs. Concrete

Quartz is a natural stone, which makes it more responsible than concrete. Concrete is a mix of cement, water, and sand or gravel. Due to this construction, concrete is porous. That means it absorbs stains and liquids that even a white quartz countertop would not. 

Additionally, concrete is also more challenging to install and requires ongoing maintenance. Many avenues tout concrete as a DIY project, but it is heavy and difficult to work with. Instead, professionals install quartz countertops, and it never needs polishing or sealing. 

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Quartz Countertops vs. Soapstone

Soapstone countertops are softer than quartz. This fact makes them less durable. You could easily scratch soapstone, and the surface is vulnerable to etching by common foods like lemon. Quartz countertops are scratch- and etch-resistant without maintenance. 

Soapstone has a soft, powdery feel to it. The surface will also darken over time, regardless of how well you take care of soapstone counters or how regularly you oil them. However, high-quality quartz, even white quartz countertops, will maintain its appearance. 

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Quartz Countertops vs. Granite

Granite countertops are not as strong as quartz countertops. Quartz is a harder mineral, which increases its durability. Additionally, granite is porous, meaning it can absorb liquids and stains quickly. Granite also requires routine maintenance to remain pristine. You can forego the regular granite sealing and polishing with quartz. Plus, countertop suppliers can fabricate quartz into more unique shapes and uses than granite. This fact makes it perfect for unique projects.

Quartz Countertops vs. Marble

Quartz countertops can handle more than marble options. For one, acidic food residue like lemon can etch marble and ruin the look you want. Additionally, marble is absorbent. That means it holds liquids and stains that quartz simply would not. Marble countertops also require additional maintenance. Without regular sealing and polishing, marble counters will deteriorate. Quartz countertops, even white quartz countertops, do not require this added care.

Quartz Countertops vs. Concrete

Quartz is a natural stone, which makes it more responsible than concrete. Concrete is a mix of cement, water, and sand or gravel. Due to this construction, concrete is porous. That means it absorbs stains and liquids that even a white quartz countertop would not. Additionally, concrete is also more challenging to install and requires ongoing maintenance. Many avenues tout concrete as a DIY project, but it is heavy and difficult to work with. Instead, professionals install quartz countertops, and it never needs polishing or sealing.

Quartz Countertops vs. Soapstone

Soapstone countertops are softer than quartz. This fact makes them less durable. You could easily scratch soapstone, and the surface is vulnerable to etching by common foods like lemon. Quartz countertops are scratch- and etch-resistant without maintenance. Soapstone has a soft, powdery feel to it. The surface will also darken over time, regardless of how well you take care of soapstone counters or how regularly you oil them. However, high-quality quartz, even white quartz countertops, will maintain its appearance.

Quartz Countertop Colors and Designs

A reputable quartz countertop supplier can show you the vast array of available colors and patterns that match your interior design style. When you choose Raphael Quartz, you’re choosing expertise from design to installation. 

You can find quartz countertops from white to bold, depending on your needs. Whether you want a small amount of texture or intricate veining to make a statement in your space, the Raphael Quartz team is your countertop supplier. 

In addition to natural quartz looks, you can also find quartz countertops that mimic the natural look of other stones. Whether you are considering the look of granite or marble, your countertop supplier has a quartz design perfect for your needs. 

 You can also choose something unique like green or incorporate some sparkle.

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