Growing Popularity of Quartz

Quartz is growing in popularity among today’s homeowners for their kitchen countertops. Why? Well, in a nutshell, it’s beautiful, durable and stylish, offering a wonderful accent to any kitchen or bath. There’s no doubt that the popularity of quartz is gaining momentum, despite the fact that granite has been a consumer favorite for the past couple of decades.

According to the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) on Elle Décor, quartz’s popularity is growing by leaps and bounds, particularly within the last five years, while interest in granite has been declining.

A recent Design Trends Survey, which surveys more than 450 designers around the country, found that 90 percent of members have used quartz in their kitchen projects with 67 percent expecting to tackle more projects involving quartz in 2016 and beyond.

Today, according to Statista, one of the Internet’s leading statistics companies, 40 percent of homeowner choosing this material for their kitchen renovation projects.

Here are some reasons why quartz is getting so popular:

1. Quartz Countertops are Durable

As opposed to granite, a natural stone, quartz countertops come from man-made engineered stone, comprised of 90 percent quartz with binders like resins and polymers as well as pigments for color. The quartz content makes it tough, durable and resistant to stains and scratches. It also needs very little maintenance, requiring no sealants and wax like natural stone does.

Quartz counters are non-porous, which means they’re easy to clean and keep bacteria away. This is ideal for busy families with children.

2. Quartz Fits Any Style

Quartz is available in a wide spectrum of colors, unlike granite, which is more limited due to its natural creation process. As a result, you can get quartz countertops in anything from solid colors to patterns and swirls to imitation granite that no one would suspect isn’t the real deal.

Quartz countertops are known for their polished, smooth and shiny finish, but there are other textures you can get too. Some brands offer suede texture with a softer feel or a pitted volcano texture for a rustic look.

3. Quartz is a Great Investment

The price range from quartz will vary, but can prove quite cost effective due to its long-lasting life span and durability. If you are concerned about the upfront cost of quartz, remember that the lack of maintenance costs over time will far outweigh the initial outlay. Plus, you won’t have to spend money on costly sealants and waxes like you would on granite.

4. Few, if any, Imperfections

Installers tend to have an easier time putting in quartz countertops than they do with granite ones because quartz is a predictable material and produces less waste by-products. Compare that with slab granite, a natural product, which comes with more imperfections because it comes straight from the earth.

COMPOSITE QUARTZ UNIT IN DONG NAI is currently the leading website in the supply and distribution of composite cotton pots to consumers. We meet the needs for: 

1. Kitchen: Cabinet countertops, worktops, decking for kitchen walls, etc.

2. Vanity and Bathroom: vanity countertops, decking for shower room walls, dressing mirrorframes, etc.

3. Commercial applications: counter tops, walls decking, floor decking of banks, telecombusiness halls, etc

4. Dining-room: bar tops and desktops in Western-style dining rooms, desktops, wall decking and floor decking in Mcdonald's and K.F.C, etc.

5. Residential application: furniture tops, teapoy, walls decking and floor decking, etc.

6. Office area: bureau and chair tops, large reception desks, etc

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