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What's Trending In Quartz

Calacatta Laza

Calacatta Laza

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Calacatta Laza Quartz will bring a modern elegance to any space in your home. MSI Calcatta Laza has wonderful movement throughout the stone with its dramatic soft brown veining.

Misterio

Misterio Quartz is one of Bedrock’s best selling quartz stones. Your countertops will be entangled with subtle light brown and grey veins. Pental Misterio Quartz is a popular stone countertop for its elegance and natural aesthetic.

Calacatta Classique

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The name speaks for itself. Classique. Classic modern finish to any room with a timeless essence. Bring both modern and elegant together in one look with Calacatta Classique. This stone can accompany both subtle or bold colors and maintain it's own personality.

Pebble is a light grey quartz stone mixed with specs of varying sizes. This countertop will coordinate beautifully with other surfaces in your kitchen. Pebble is a great option for any room in your home.

London Grey

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London Greys translucent surface makes it unique among many other grey quartz variations. An eloquent opaque light grey merges with soft charcoal veins. London grey is perfect for both light or dark kitchens.

Frost White

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Frost White features a blended quartz structure and amazing versatility to suit many styles and interiors spaces. Frost White is a consistent white quartz with a generous amount of speckles throughout.

Why You Will Like Quartz

Custom: Unlike granite, quartz surfacing is manufactured from natural quartz crystals instead of being cut straight from the earth. This allows you to get the exact color, texture, and pattern you want. You’ll love the choices.

Sturdy: Quartz is a mix of 93% natural quartz stone and 7% resin binder, creating a stronger stone than granite or marble. It’s also highly scratch resistant because it’s made of quartz, one of the hardest minerals.

Simple: No sealers are needed for quartz countertops. You don’t have to worry about sealing your countertop each year. All you need is regular dish soap (a few drops) and water to clean it.

Durability:  Quartz has a long-life span. It is extremely hard to stain and is heat resistant.

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Quartz Countertop Maintenance

Cleaning

Cleaning your quartz countertops is pretty straightforward. All you’ll need is:

  1. A soft rag
  2. Pretty simple. Warm water
  3. Mild cleaning detergent (mild dishwashing soap is great)
  4. A soft cloth to dry your quartz countertop surface to avoid streaking

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What's Trending In Granite

Absolute Black

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Create a sleek, modern look by pairing bold granite with a linear backsplash. Absolute Black is a timeless stone that can adapt to a changing decor.

Typhoon Bordeaux

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Cozy up with a bowl of soup and cider in this kitchen. This granite color ties in the rustic feel of the brick walls and red cabinets with modern, urban appliances. Typhoon Bordeaux creates a warmer kitchen atmosphere.

White Ice

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White Ice provides an understated elegance that can be the main star or supporting role in a kitchen. It is a versatile stone, pair it with modern, dark cabinets or fresh, cool toned cabinets and it looks lovely.

White Springs

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Clean and fresh yet warm and inviting. White Springs has hues of taupe, cream and white that leave a relaxed finish to a kitchen. When paired with a tile backsplash, it adds another layer of color and texture.

Why You Will Like Granite

Unique. Value. Solid. Clean.

Unique No two granite countertops are alike. This gives them personality that can’t be duplicated by any other material, natural or manufactured.

Durability Granite has a long-life span. It is extremely hard to scratch or chip and is heat resistant.

Solid Granite is the hardest natural stone in the world, second only to diamonds. Resistant to burns and stains, granite countertops will hold up to the toughest tests in the kitchen.

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Granite Countertop Maintenance

Sealing As a natural stone, granite is porous. This means it can stain unless properly sealed. All granite countertops are pre-sealed to ensure ongoing natural beauty and so you don’t have to worry about stains. Ask us about our permanent sealer. This sealer is chemical resistant, UV resistant and transparent. It also offers a 15-year stain warranty and no other special sealers or cleaners are needed.

Our standard sealer is applied to all stones. It will protect your granite countertops from stains for 12 months. It is not permanent and should be re-applied once a year.

Maintenance How to Clean Granite Countertops: As a natural stone, granite’s strengths lend it to being very durable for any level of use. But as a natural stone, it’s porous and can get stained. That’s why we pre-seal any granite countertops we install, and why it should re-sealed at least once a year. However, you shouldn’t treat it like other countertops.

The key is to keep it simple. All you need is regular dishwashing soap, warm water, and a couple of cleaning cloths.

First, clean up the spill by blotting (instead of wiping). Wiping will only spread the mess and leave you with more area to clean up. Once the spill is gone, use the dishwashing soap and warm water to clean the area. Then rinse it off with just water, followed by drying it with a clean cloth.

What Not to Use:
Avoid cleansers of any kind when cleaning. Used long enough, these can remove the final polish from the granite and dull it.

A good rule of thumb is to avoid anything you wouldn’t want on your hands. The same goes for vinegar, anything with ammonia, bleach, or specialty cleaners that contain acids. These could potentially bleach the stone (which would be a shame, in our opinion).

Don’t see the stone you are looking for?

We can special order and fabricate any Quartz, Granite, Marble, or Quartzite EVEN if it’s not a stock stone! Contact Us