Our collection of quartz countertops is popular due to its broad color spectrum. Yes, quartz is considered an engineered stone, but it still has the luxurious, natural feel of an all-natural stone because it’s fabricated from natural resources.

Ease of Maintenance

While natural stone requires sealing, engineered stones do not. You can easily wipe down quartz with mild detergent and a soft cloth to keep it clean.

Durability

Quartz countertops are perhaps the most durable stone there is. They are heavier than some alternatives, and they are much harder to break than other stones once they’re installed.

Price

Many different factors affect the price of quartz, including the manufacturer and various levels of design and colors. Quartz is typically used for smaller surfaces, and the average cost of this material ranges from $70 to $130 per square foot.