MICHIGAN’S QUARTZ COUNTERTOP LEADER
Rows and rows of the hottest quartz colors and brands are available now to become your showpiece quartz countertop, backsplash and more. Here are just a few of the reasons why we’re Michigan’s leading choice for quartz:
PREMIUM QUARTZ COLLECTION
The Premium Quartz Collection is only available at Hard Rock Stone Works and includes the most in-demand quartz with valuable extras you won’t find anywhere else including priority scheduling and guaranteed availability.
BETTER RAW MATERIALS
We start with better quartz brands for the best final result. Brands we carry include Silestone, Envi, Enigma, Caesarstone, CorianQuartz, Cambria, American Reserve, Difiniti, Wilsonart and many more. See our current inventory for the most up-to-date listing.
Our excellent team and state-of-the-art technology create quartz countertops for a lifetime of beauty and service.
EXPERIENCED STONE SPECIALISTS
Read our reviews; our knowledgeable, professional team is highly rated and appreciated!
Your initials in stone? A special logo or shape? We have the talent and technology to create one-of-a-kind rock art.
We help you plan to minimize chips right from the start, including a lifetime of free chip repair.
PROFESSIONAL-GRADE STONE CARE
Our Stone Defender product line includes everything from an annual maintenance plan to our proven, stone-safe disinfectant cleaner.
ROCK SOLID PROCESS
We know what it takes to do this right. Our process ensures great communication and ROCK DONE RIGHT.
GREAT PLACES TO ADD QUARTZ:
Kitchen countertops, backsplashes, bathroom countertops, tub surrounds, shower walls, benches, laundry room countertops, closet islands, tabletops and bar countertops.
QUARTZ IS ...
a manufactured stone. It’s made from a combination of about 95% pulverized natural stone and about 5% binding material such as polymer- or cement-based resins. The result is an exceptionally strong, beautiful material. Plus, quartz countertops are available in nearly every color imaginable and can include special features such as sparkles, colored glass and even semiprecious stones.
7 REASONS TO CHOOSE QUARTZ
1. REMARKABLE DURABILITY.
Comprised primarily of natural stone, quartz is exceptionally hard and remains effortlessly beautiful year after year.
2. EVERY DESIGNER’S DREAM.
Color and pattern options are seemingly endless with quartz which is why it’s a favorite of interior designers. With quartz, a designer can easily mimic natural stone such as granite or marble or choose show-stopping colors such as fire-engine red or deep indigo. Reflective materials can be added for more shine, including natural crystals and colored glass.
3. VERY VERSATILE.
Quartz is strong enough to perform flawlessly in every room of your home.
4. EXCELLENT INVESTMENT.
Quartz countertops are coveted for their durability and beauty. Adding quartz to your home adds value.
5. ANTIMICROBIAL BY DESIGN.
Quartz countertops are nonporous which means bacteria and mold can’t penetrate the surface. Some brands even include antibacterial agents as part of the quartz formula. Learn more about the benefits of quartz.
6. SUPERIOR STAIN RESISTANCE.
Because quartz is nonporous, it doesn’t absorb potentially corrosive materials such as liquids or cleaning products.
7. QUARTZ IS MADE FROM RECYCLED MATERIALS.
The pulverized natural stone that’s the base of quartz is the by-product of quarried stone such as granite and marble. No stone is specifically quarried from the Earth to make this manufactured stone. Learn the difference between quartz and quartzite.
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The Mohs Hardness Scale is used to measure the hardness of minerals, ranking from 1 (softest) to 10 (hardest). Quartz averages a 7 on the Mohs scale making it one of the hardest countertop surfaces available today.
QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS HAVE ITALIAN ROOTS
Inventor Marcello Toncelli developed a quartz-based material in the early 1960s which he used to create floor tiles. He went on to perfect and patent his materials and processes which are now used all over the world to make engineered stone products such as quartz countertops.
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