Is quartz better than granite?
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Granite and quartz (engineered stone) are premium countertop materials that add property value to a home. Granite appeals to people who love all-natural materials, while quartz offers easier maintenance and slightly better durability.

What is cheaper, quartz or granite?
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This is the question that should be given the most attention when it comes to choosing between quartz and granite. After all, most people try to stick to a budget, and purchasing a quartz or granite countertop, without a doubt, costs significant funds. The estimated cost of granite is $ 70, quartz is about $ 100. But with the development of technology, the trend of prices for quartz countertops is going down. There are exclusive grades of granite that cost over $ 500.

Prices may vary depending on the manufacturer, model, and color of the granite slab. In general, the difference in cost should not be so significant as to influence your choice.

What are the problems with quartz countertops?
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With prolonged exposure to ultraviolet rays, the quartz countertop may fade (the color of the countertop will become less pronounced over time) Therefore, the material is not used for outdoor decoration in those places where direct sunlight will fall on it.

What prons and cons of quartz countertops?
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  • Unique color, pattern and texture options make it easy to choose exactly the option that suits your kitchen and will harmoniously fit into your interior.
  • Extremely durable. Thanks to the production technology, quartzite becomes stronger than most natural stones.
  • The quartzite worktop does not need additional processing after installation. Natural stone must be sealed before use.
  • The quartz countertop is non-porous, resistant to food coloring and bacteria do not grow on its surface.
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