Quartz Countertops Wilmington NC
Here's Everything You Need To Know Before You Choose White Quartz Countertops
Countertops are the most expensive part of a kitchen remodel. Because countertops can be costly, it is important to do the job right. Today's post will focus on my white quartz countertops. You will also find all the information you need to choose the best white quartz countertops in your home. If you are unable to decide, this is for you.
These are the things you need to know before you buy quartz countertops
Cambria Britannica Warm quartz countertops will be the focus of our discussion. They are beautiful and I love them.
A few other excellent white quartz surfaces will also be recommended by me. There are many options for white quartz, so it can be hard to choose the right quartz countertop.
Quartz countertops Wilmington, NC are naturally occurring minerals that are installed by professionals.
What are quartz countertops, and how do they work?
To keep them together, they are made with 95% ground quartz and 5% polymer resins. Although the percentages may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, the final result is very long-lasting and low-maintenance. It also comes in a wide variety of colors. Quartz is stronger than other quartz and has a greater resistance to chipping. Because they are man-made, they can be colored and have different marbling designs than real stones.
Are quartz countertops stain-resistant?
Quartz countertops are almost unbreakable and stain-resistant, so you don't need to worry about red wine spills, or lemons laying on top of the counter, like with genuine stones. You also won't have resealed them as often. Non-porous quartz is naturally antibacterial and resists bacteria so you can feel confident that they are clean. Marble countertops are difficult to maintain and stain-prone. Water spots are inevitable because marble is porous. Granite and concrete are porous, so they can discolor.
There are many styles and brands of white quartz countertops. Some countertops are bright and others are creamier. Others have grey undertones while some are neutral. You should also consider the veining. There are three types of white quartz: white quartz without veining, white quartz that has flecks of various colors, and white quartz that has extensive veining. You can use the samples to help you when you bring them home.
Cambria Brittanicca warm is the best choice for white quartz countertops. They're quite lovely. The bold veining is my favorite aspect. It is a striking feature, especially on an island. The greige vein adds warmth and depth. The veining hides dirt and spills so that your white counters look clean. Brittanicca's veining conceals imperfections very effectively, which may be what you might think if you chose an all-white look.
Quartz countertops can be polished or glossed. Certain quartz countertops can be ordered with a matte finish. This can expose every fingerprint and drive people crazy.
How can you keep your quartz counters clean?
Use a damp cloth and a small amount of soap to clean your counters. Clorox wipes or Lysol countertop spray work well. Avoid using bleach or ammonia, as these can cause them to deteriorate.
The countertops look just as great today as they did when they were installed. The sink was next to a coffee cup, which I noticed had a tiny ring. It was almost invisible. Quartz is stain-resistant, so don't be surprised if you find a tiny or minor mark that needs to be rubbed out. It was a mystery to me why the coffee cup had a ring mark, while the other cups did not. The only thing that I could find was the unfinished stone base on the coffee cup.
Quartz countertops cost how much?
They usually cost between $50 and $100 per square foot without installation. My experience is that quartz is slightly more expensive than granite. This is the biggest cost of a kitchen remodel, as I have already stated.
We were thrilled to find white quartz countertops that exceeded our expectations. They make a strong statement and are the focal point of the kitchen.
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