With the look of natural stone, minus the maintenance, quartz countertops give their traditional counterparts a run for their money.

About The Stone

Natural quartz crystals are mined and then ground into a dust or aggregate that is fused with polyester resin under intense heating pressure to form a solid, durable slab. Pigments added during this process contribute color to the countertop, which have a natural, eye-catching look similar to granite or marble.


Recycled Material
Low Maintenance
Choice of Color
Flexible and Repairable
No Need to Seal

Portrush Quartz

Calacatta Laza Quartz

Smoked Pearl Quartz

Happy Customer

Kitchen Remodel

“A great experience! Beautiful quartz countertop installed on a kitchen remodel and it was the easiest part of the whole project.”

Stone Highlights

Low Maintenance

Quartz never needs to be sealed and can be easily maintained with just soap and water. Surface stains are even easily removed with a gentle cleansing scrub.


Resin binders make quartz counters nonporous, so stain- and odor-causing bacteria, mold, and mildew doesn’t penetrate the surface.


Where does quartz come from?

A: Quartz is made all over the world using a combination of quartz crystals, pigments, and resin

What are the benefits of quartz countertops?

A: Quartz offers a wide range of colors, it's low maintenance, and has a sanitary non-porous surface.

How do I care for my quartz countertops?

A: Quartz does not require sealing, and as long as any spills are wiped up in a reasonable amount of time there will be no problem. Use a mild, non-abraisive, non-acidic cleaner for general cleaning.

Can I set hot pots and pans on my quartz countertops?

A: No, quartz can crack or be scorched or indented by excessive heat, so it is best to use a trivet or hotpad.

Is quartz a natural stone?

A: No, quartz is an engineered stone and is not found in the ground like natural stones.

How durable is quartz?

A: Quartz is hard and durable and requires minnimum maintenance. 

What is the starting price for Quartz?

A: Our quartz materials start at $60+ per sq/ft. installation is included in that price as well.