Quartz Countertops in South Florida
To discuss your kitchen redesign, call us at 786-481-0562
Cabinets & More Wholesale is South Florida’s most trusted solution for Quartz and Granite kitchen countertops. Let our expert team guide you in making the best choice for your dream kitchen. Call us at the number below!
How is Quartz Different from Granite?
Since they are made from almost identical material, there are more than a few similarities between granite and quartz. The main difference is that granite is wholly natural, whereas the quartz slabs we know are engineered from crushed quartz stone and bonding agents.
Quartz is also your more durable option. And since it’s non-porous, it doesn’t need sealing, making it the easier of the two stones to keep bacteria-free.
Though granite takes the edge for heat-resistance, quartz manufacturing process allows it to be stained in any color, including hues that do not occur in nature (candy pink anyone?)
To learn more about these two wonderful stones, speak to the experts at Cabinets & More Wholesale today!
Like granite, with a few extra perks.
- Kitchen Remodeling
- Granite Countertops
- Kitchen Accessories
- Quartz Countertops
- 8 Years of Experience
- Competitive Pricing Models
- We will beat your competitor’s estimate
- High-Quality Manufacturing
- Rapid Responses. 10-14 days makeover
- Fort Lauderdale
- Pembroke Pines
- Boca Raton
- and more...
The Benefits of Quartz Countertops
As previously mentioned, quartz is not a completely natural stone, and its manufacturing process has bestowed a few extra perks. Quartz is incredibly dense. This means it will not absorb spilled liquids and is therefore easy to keep clean and germ-free. Its denseness also renders quartz virtually unbreakable, so no worries if you drop a rolling pin or heavy bowl on the countertop.
With endless possibilities for added pigment, quartz countertops come in a huge variety of colors. So the limit for exquisite colors is only as vast as your imagination. And you can enjoy the added benefit of one consistent shade, rather than different gradients like with granite. All that said, quartz does not respond well to excessive heat, so make sure to have a few placemats and coasters handy before you put a hot pan or cup of scalding coffee on the surface.
If you still have questions about quartz countertops, feel free to call Cabinets & More Wholesale today!
Do you wish granite countertops came in a single shade? Choose quartz