Q: In which areas of areas of the home should quartz be used?





Q: How is quartz produced?





Q: What color options are available for quartz countertops?




Q: Can the quartz handle extreme heat?



A: Use quartz for kitchen counters, bathroom vanity tops, fireplaces, should surrounds, windowsills, and coffee tables. Businesses can use quartz for food service counters, conference tables and reception tops. Just remember that quartz cannot be used for exterior purposes as it can discolor with too much exposure to ultraviolet lights.


A: Quartz is a manufactured surface that is made by 94% natural stone and 6% resin. The result is a material that still looks natural, but the engineering provides for more consumer customization based on the individual’s design plans.



A: The color palette is very broad, giving you many options to choose. Available color range from neutrals like creams, browns and black to apple reds and grassy greens. Regardless of decor, quartz will complement a traditional, modern, or contemporary theme. 


A: No, it’s heat resistant. Quartz can be affected by extreme heart, so manufacturers recommend using cutting boards, trivets, and hot paid while preparing meals. Quartz is very durable, but remember that many material can be damaged if not cared for properly.