Quartz- Amazing Colors, Beautiful Patterns, Low Maintenance!
Quartz, also known as Engineered Stone, is gaining more and more popularity. With the many home improvement shows on television today, Quartz is featured and many of the show's hosts will even endorse certain brands. Each manufacturer uses the same process to make this product, the difference is the color, pattern, and veining you see in the material. The biggest difference in Quartz and Stone is that Quartz does not require sealing. Simple soap and water clean this product. It is classified as non-porous so it's food safe for restaurants and great for use in medical facilities.
The natural beauty of ELEMENTS Quartz™ comes from its multi-dimensional gem-like colors.
ELEMENTS Quartz™ is naturally non-porous and scratch resistant. And built-in anti-microbial protection inhibits the growth of odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew.
ELEMENTS Quartz™ counters are stain and scratch resistant. They are also nonporous, so they never need to be sealed. However, ELEMENTS Quartz™ is not heat proof, so to maintain the beauty of your countertop, do not place hot skillets or roasting pans directly onto the surface.
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Introducing Vadara Quartz
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General Information/Applications/Care & Maintenance
Quartz is non porous and doesn't require sealing, making it impervious to bacteria. With ease of care and the look of Stone, it's a great product for a client who wants little maintenance. Please note variations in shade, pattern, and color are inherent and are to be expected in the material. Samples are intended to be representations of the material and variations can occur. Quartz is also heat, stain, scratch and chip resistant.
- Indoor Kitchens
- Tub Surrounds
- Tub Decks
- Tub Splashes
- Shower Walls
- Vanity Areas
- Fireplace Surrounds
- Fireplace Hearths
- Desk Tops
- Table Tops
- Bar Areas
Always use hot pads/trivets before placing hot pans/pots on the countertops. Please do not stand or sit on the countertops. As mentioned at the beginning of this section, mild soap and water can clean Quartz countertops. For further information regarding each brand, visit their Care/Maintenance page. Warranty Registration is the responsible of the end client and can be done online at the manufacturer's website.
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