Quartz Countertops by Mogastone
Quartz is growing in popularity because of its sleek, elegant, and modern design.
What is Quartz?
Quartz is an engineered stone surface which is made of 90-94% crushed stone, mainly quartz, bound together by an adhesive. Quartz is not mined like natural stones but instead is engineered in a factory. In the past, quartz did not have many color options, but now with today’s technology, quartz has a huge variety of different colors and styles.
Why Use Quartz?
Quartz is a great choice for kitchens and baths because it gives a clean, simple look and is antimicrobial. Quartz fits the design of any modern kitchen, and it has lately become a very popular material for countertops. With today’s technology, quartz is made to replicate marble and also have all the benefits of engineered stone. Quartz countertops can also really brighten up your kitchen. Check out our blog to learn more about our different quartz designs.
Pros and Cons of Quartz
- Extremely durable
- Wide variety of colors and styles
- Needs virtually no maintenance
- Very stain-resistant
- Can’t take extreme heat
- Can’t take extreme weather or sunlight
- Indoors only
- Difficult to repair
Caring for Quartz Countertops
Since quartz is non-porous, it’s very easy to care for. For daily cleaning you can simply use water, dish soap, paper towels, or a damp sponge. Because it’s not a porous stone, quartz is very stain-resistant, especially when compared to most other countertop materials. You also never need to seal quartz since it’s a non-porous stone. However, because of the composition of quartz, heat and light from the sun and heat from pots and pans can damage the color of it.
High Quality Quartz at Mogastone
Mogastone provides the highest quality in engineered stone. Establishes in 2001, we pride ourselves with high level of craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Our ability to directly source one of a kind stones gives us the edge over traditional fabrication shops.
With each project, we strive to achieve exceptional results. Visit our showroom, and let our staff assist you through the process of selecting the suitable color for you.