3 Products to Consider Before Purchasing a Cambria Quartz Countertop March 16, 2015
Products You Should Consider
Looking to remodel your kitchen or bathroom? If so, then you are probably in the process of shopping for that perfect countertop for your home. In years past granite counter tops was all the rage. Welcome to 2015, where Quartz countertops have come to the fore front. When looking for durability, eco-friendliness, and variety; quartz countertops give you all of that and more. More importantly, it looks just as luxurious as a granite countertop.
- For those who place living a “green” life style as a priority the quartz countertop is what you want. More than any other stone surface it is the most environmentally friendly. About 93% of this countertops surface is from the quartz stone.
- As the 4th hardest mineral on earth, you will find it does no crack, stain or chip.
- It is non-porous, meaning it is less likely to buildup grime and bacteria. You will not need to use a specialized cleaning product. Nor will you need to seal the countertop.
Types of Quartz Countertop
Cambria Quartz Countertops are the most frequently purchased type of quartz but below we would like to share three other varieties for you to consider.
- Dupont®Zodiaq Quartz –In addition to offering the same qualities of the general quartz brand the Zodiaq is the least expensive and has a Terra line that contains close to 25% post-consumer recycled glass.
- Silestone Quartz –Again, this variety is non-porous and durable but also comes with a 15 year warranty that is transferable. With more than sixty different colors and patterns, it also comes in three different texture lines. One of its most important features that set it apart from the others; it comes infused with an anti-microbial product that helps fight against bacteria, mold, and mildew.
- Radianz Quarts – Offered in a variety of styles and colors this particular quartz will add a touch of elegance to the overall ambiance of your kitchen or bathroom. Very sleek, it is also a no-porous surface that restricts the build-up of bacteria and grime, and resists stains. Like the other quartz materials it is very durable and can withstand the normal wear and tear activity that occurs in the kitchen.