Quartz

Quality and Precision

The process to convert quartz to a slab/countertop uses raw quartz crystals ranging in size from coarse grains to the size of rock salt. Once the quartz is ground and selected, the crystals are combined with bonding agents (resin) and color, then heated and vibro-compacted to form an impenetrable surface. The resulting slabs are a matrix of 93% quartz and 7% resin binders and pigments, free of fissures and cracks, and impervious to water, moisture, or bacteria. The prescribed mixture results in a product that is non-porous, exceedingly durable, more than twice as strong as granite, and less likely to break during fabrication.

Our Quartz offerings include: