Quartz Countertops in Eau Claire, WI
Quartz is a great choice for remodeling your kitchen or bath. It offers beautiful and unique stone look.
Other advantages to installing quartz countertops include:
- Low maintenance
- Consistent coloring
- Many color choices
- Easy to clean and maintain
- Durable and hard to scratch
Silestone | Hanstone | Vicostone | MSI Q quartz | Viatara | Caesarstone | Aggranite
All Quartz FAQ’s
Why is Quartz more expensive?
Quartz is a man made product, therefore it is branded. The brand determines the price.
What is the difference between each quartz brand?
Virtually nothing, they are all made out of the same material. Each brand has its own colors and syles, this should be what helps you pick which brand to go with. We want you to love the looks of your new tops.
Can I see large slabs of Quartz too even though I will choose from a sample?
If you want you can always visit the manufacter of the quartz you like and ook at a large slab. Or you could look online to see the movement in a larger scale.
What’s the difference between granite and quartz?
Quartz countertops are man-made engineered stone countertops formed by combining 90% ground quartz (a natural hard mineral) with 8-10% resins, polymers, and pigments. This forms a very hard granite-like surface. The appearance depends on how the quartz is
ground: coarsely ground quartz produces a flecked appearance, while finely ground quartz produces a smooth look.
We install both products. I always say go with the product you love the looks of.
Quartz is generally more consistent in color and movement. Granite is a one of a kind material. There are slight advantages to both products, but in the end, they are both extremely durable. They will both look beautiful and outlast any product out there.
Do granite or quartz stain?
They both can stain, but in general it is not easy to stain them. Like any other product, if you leave something on the tops long enough, they can stain.
What is more durable?
You can cut and put hot pans on Granite. We do not suggest you do that with quartz. In general, they are the same as far as durability.