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The Everything You Need Before You Buy White Quartz Countertops

Nov 15

The Everything You Need Before You Buy White Quartz Countertops


Countertops, apart from appliances and cabinetry, are the most costly part of a kitchen redesign. Because countertops can be expensive, it might seem intimidating to make the decision. Today, I'll be reviewing my white quartz countertops. I'll give you all the info you need to find the perfect white quartz countertops for your home. If you don't know which quartz countertop is best for your home, I can help you choose.


Before you buy quartz countertops, here's what you should know


Cambria Britannica Warm granite countertops will be our focus. They are gorgeous and have not been stained or damaged.


I will also recommend several other white quartz surfaces. You have many choices of white quartz. It can be overwhelming to know what to consider when choosing quartz countertops.


Quartz countertops in Wilmington, NC is a naturally occurring mineral and is installed by professionals.


How do quartz countertops work?


They are manufactured using a combination of 95% natural quartz and 5% resins. Manufacturers may vary the percentages, but the end result is durable, long-lasting, and easy to maintain. They also come in a variety of colors. Quartz is more durable and resistant to chipping than quartz. They are man-made and can display a wider variety of colors and marbling designs than real stones.


Is quartz countertops stain-resistant, or is it a myth?

Quartz countertops can be sealed and sealed with no need for resealing. They are virtually impervious to staining and breakage. Non-porous quartz has an inherent antibacterial property and is resistant to bacteria. You can feel sure you are keeping them clean and that there is no mold hiding in their pores. Granite countertops made from marble are more difficult to clean and can be stained easily. Water spots are inevitable as marble is porous. Granite and concrete can discolor due to their porous nature.


A variety of styles and brands are available for white quartz countertops. Some are brightly colored, others are more creamy, with grey undertones and neutral in others. Consider the veining. You can find white quartz with little veining, white Quartz with flecks, and white Quartz with lots of movement and veining. These samples will greatly assist you when you bring the samples home.


Cambria BrittaniccaWarm is our top choice for white quartz countertops. They're quite lovely. Bold veining is my favorite feature. It really makes an impression, especially on the island. And the greige vein adds warmth, depth, and warmth. I believe the veining conceals dirt and spills, which means that white counters won't look dirty all the time. Brittanicca's veining conceals imperfections well, as you might believe.

Quartz countertops are available in a variety of finishes, including glossy and polished ones. You can get a matte finish on some quartz. However, it may show every fingerprint and drive you crazy.


What is the best way to clean quartz counters?

For cleaning our counters, we use a moist cloth and some soap. Clorox wipes can also be used to clean countertops. Lysol countertop spray is also an effective option. You should avoid bleach and ammonia as these can lead to their deterioration.


No stain has been found on our countertops and they still look great as the day they were put in! I noticed a small mark on the coffee cup that was sitting near the sink. The ring had been removed and was barely visible. You shouldn't be surprised to see a small or minor stain on quartz, even though it is stain-resistant. I was confused as to why the coffee cups left a ring mark. I was unable to find a reason for the ring mark on the coffee cup. It had an unfinished base made of stone.


Quartz countertops cost how much?


They typically cost between $50-$100 per sq. foot, without installation. According to my experience, quartz is somewhat more expensive than granite. As I stated previously, this is one of the major costs for a kitchen remodeling project.


White quartz countertops exceeded all our expectations and we are thrilled with our choice! They are the heart of the kitchen and make a statement.


Wilmington Remodelers

633 piner rd Wilmington NC 28409

(910) 240 6570