You may recognize quartz countertops, tables, and another home décor from your favorite home improvement show, blog, or website. Quartz is incredibly popular with interior designers and homeowners alike for several reasons. For example, engineered quartz is durable and stain-resistant, it is available in nearly every color imaginable, and it offers consistency in both color and pattern.
Combining natural stone with manufactured materials, quartz producers such as Silestone, Caesarstone, and Corian Quartz deliver products that make “dream” kitchens and bathrooms possible. So, it is no wonder that engineered quartz is featured prominently in the media.
If you want your kitchen to SPARKLE, Corian Quartz features embedded natural crystals that capture light to create amazing effects. Or, for built-in antibacterial protection for your bathroom, choose Silestone quartz. Want incredible flexibility and design options? Consider Caesarstone quartz, another flexible, beautiful, and durable material.
Just keep in mind that engineered quartz can only withstand heat up to 450 degrees, so we strongly the use of hot pads and trivets to avoid cracking quartz. Otherwise, for less worry with your countertops, choose a natural stone such as granite or quartzite. Learn more about the Differences Between Quartz and Quartzite.
All varieties of engineered quartz offered by Hard Rock Stone Works are ideal for the following uses.
If you are ready to make your dream kitchen, bathroom, or any other room a reality, please visit our showroom in Troy or our Sterling Heights location. Here, you will find friendly and knowledgeable staff members who will be happy to guide you through engineered quartz options. You can see and feel beautiful samples for yourself and discover design ideas for your next home improvement project or new home décor.
Or, if you would like to explore other options, Hard Rock Stone Works also offers a huge selection of natural granite, quartzite, marble, porcelain, and soapstone materials.
To read about our other stone options, click the links below.