Quartz is an engineered stone, known for its durability and low-maintenance nature. It’s an excellent choice for high-traffic areas and those desiring consistent patterns.
Advantages: Highly durable, non-porous, resistant to stains and scratches.
Disadvantages: Not as heat resistant as other stone types.
Best Use Cases: Kitchen countertops, bathroom vanity tops.
Aesthetic Choices: Available in a wide range of colors and patterns due to its engineered nature.
Maintenance: Easy to maintain. More information can be found on our Care & Maintenance page. We also offer a special Stone Cleaner for $20 that effectively cleans and protects your Quartz countertops.
Cost: Typically a more cost-effective choice.
Granite is a natural stone, appreciated for its unique patterns and high resistance to heat. Every slab of granite is one-of-a-kind.
Advantages: Heat resistant, scratch resistant, unique patterns.
Disadvantages: Porous nature requires sealing to prevent stains.
Best Use Cases: Kitchen countertops, outdoor setups.
Aesthetic Choices: Ranges from earthy tones to vibrant blues and reds.
Maintenance: Requires sealing and particular care. Detailed instructions can be found on our Care & Maintenance page. Our Stone Cleaner can also be used on Granite to maintain its natural beauty.
Cost: Typically moderate to high, depending on the specific type and origin.
Marble is a luxury stone that adds a classic touch to any space. Known for its stunning veining, it’s a popular choice for statement pieces.
Advantages: Classic, elegant look, heat-resistant.
Disadvantages: Susceptible to stains and scratches due to its soft nature.
Best Use Cases: Bathroom vanity tops, fireplace surrounds, baking stations.
Aesthetic Choices: Typically white with grey veining, but other colors are available.
Maintenance: Requires careful maintenance. More information can be found on our Care & Maintenance page. We also recommend our Stone Cleaner for Marble to help protect its lustrous finish.
Cost: On the higher end of the price spectrum.