Skip to content

Serving Michigan, Northern Ohio, & Northern Indiana

GET A FREE COUNTERTOP ESTIMATE -

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Quartz Countertops

Request a FREE Countertop Estimate

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

What is Quartz?

Quartz countertops are man-made engineered stone countertops produced with a combination of natural quartz and other fillers - resins, polymers, and pigments. Quartz material is one of the hardest surfaces on earth, which is why it is such a popular surface material for countertops.

Why Quartz?

If you’re looking for the perfect combination of customizability and natural beauty, quartz may be the countertop material for you. These countertops offer unique design possibilities because they come in many colors and textures.

 

Benefits of Quartz Countertops

Quartz: Contemporary Elegance with a Natural Feel

We love engineered quartz for its dynamic, luxurious practicality. It’s the material that gives you everything you need. Here are a few more reasons why quartz is at the top of our list.

Offering the same durability as granite and concrete, quartz has the advantage because it doesn’t crack or chip as easily. Warm, smooth, and seamless, quartz lets you choose among many colors and offers a luxurious appearance you just can’t get with other materials.

  • Quartz is resistant to scratches and staining
  • Certain materials can be up to 2x stronger than granite
  • Quartz countertops never need to be sealed or polished
  • Will maintain the same appearance overtime
  • The non-absorbent material of quartz resists staining
  • Harmful bacteria cannot penetrate quartz
  • Modern, versatile, and simplistic design options
  • Consistent patterns are great for oversized projects

Quartz Countertops Style & Design

Quartz countertops come in a variety of color options and patterns to complete the design of any kitchen, bathroom, or home remodel project. From crisp and clean white to stones with intricate detailing, there is a quartz surface material to accommodate a wide range of style choices. It's no surprise that this surface material is our best seller - See our top-selling quartz countertop colors below! 

Lyra Silestone Quartz

Lyra

by Silestone

Silestone Calacatta Gold Quartz Countertop

Et. Calacatta Gold

by Silestone

Pietra Quartz

Pietra

by Silestone

Everest Viatera Quartz

Everest

LG Viatera

Aria Viatera Quartz

Aria

LG Viatera

Countertop Design & Quote

Our design tools can be used to visualize the quartz countertop of your choice, as well as provide an estimate based the surface features your prefer and coverage area that is needed.

Get a Quote

Get an instant quartz countertop estimate for any surface area in your home. Please note, this quote is not a contract and is subject to change.

Design Your Kitchen

Choose from hundreds of kitchen design combinations by selecting from quartz countertops, cabinet color and door styles, edge profile details, and more!

Design Your Bathroom

Make your bathroom goals a reality after selecting a quartz countertop, fixtures, tile, and more for your bathroom upgrade!

How to Care for Quartz Countertops

One of the main reasons quartz countertops are our best selling surface materials is due to the fact that they require little, yet simple care and maintenance. To get the most out of these antibacterial surfaces we recommend the following care instructions.

Artboard 3
Artboard 3 copy
Artboard 3 copy 2

Daily Cleaning for Quartz Countertops

Although quartz will resist permanent staining when exposed to liquids like wine, vinegar, coffee, lemon juice, soda, and so on, it’s important to wipe up spills immediately, before they have a chance to dry.

Quartz surfaces should be wiped clean with a damp soft cloth, such as a microfiber cloth or paper towel. Carefully dry the surface to remove any food residue, crumbs, or other soils. For best results, we recommend wiping any liquids from your quartz surface immediately to prevent damage.

Disinfecting Quartz Countertops

You can create a disinfectant solution with an 8:1 ratio of clean water and rubbing alcohol. To do so, you will combine 1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol and two cups of water in a spray bottle. We recommend adding 1-2 drops of an essential oil of your choice - lemon, lavender, etc. to give your a smell-good clean! When using the solution make sure an even layer is sprayed on the surface - the mixture will need to sit for 2-3 minutes to be most effective.

Caring for Stains and Spills

You should always refer to the manufacture's guidelines for the specific product of quartz you own, however, here are a few tips we can offer:

Routine Soils

Use a mild soap and clean warm or cool water to wipe clean the area with a soft cloth. After washing the area with soap make sure to rinse clean with cool water and dry thoroughly.

Stubborn Soils

For tough stains like cooking grease, nail polish, gum, and more cleaners like window cleaner, Formula 409, and other common household cleaners may be used. Simply spray the area down and let the product sit for 2 minutes then scrub with a non-scratch pad (e.g. Scotch-Brite)

While we fabrication and install a variety of quartz brands from LG Viatera,® Cesarstone, MSI Quartz, and more we recommend this care and maintenance guide from Silestone®.

 

Quartz Frequently Asked Questions