Quartz

For a long time, natural stones such as granite have been used in both residential kitchens and commercial buildings for enhancing their look. However, there are many disadvantages of using these stones which has made factory-made quartz stone a better replacement for these stones. Some of the major disadvantages include

  • Natural stones such as granite and marble are susceptible To Stains
  • They have natural features that appear as cracks
  • They are less Smooth
  • They have insufficient elasticity
  • They are not Seamless and hence difficult to have length precision

Quartz is made up of about 90 to 95 percent ground up quartz, mixed with about 5 to 10 percent polyester resin and polymers as a binder with pigments for color. It is one of the hardest and most abundant minerals on earth. 

One of the advantages of using Quartz is the abundance of color options and the consistency in the slabs, unlike natural stones. Since pigments are added in the manufacturing, there are unlimited colors available, which is not so with natural stones. Let’s discover the latest quartz colors