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Discover Unbeatable Deals on Quartz Countertops in Pickering!

"Delivering awords-winning quartz countertop solutions to Pickering's homeowners."

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QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY

BEST-IN-CLASS INSTALLATION

BEST PRICING

Drawing from years of expertise and comprehensive quartz countertop services, we craft high-end quartz countertops for homeowners without the luxury price tag.

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Discover Our Colours

Given the extensive range of colors, designs, and tones in quartz countertops, they seamlessly complement various interior design aesthetics. From intricate patterns with dynamic veining to solid, single-toned surfaces, quartz offers a spectrum of choices. Many quartz patterns emulate the elegance of stones like granite or marble, often featuring neutral or earthy tones.

 

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Black Quartz Kitchen Countertop

Black

White Quartz Kitchen Countertop

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WHY QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS?

While often labeled as "engineered" or "man-made," quartz countertops are fundamentally a form of natural stone. Quartz stands as one of Earth's toughest minerals, abundantly available and widely favored for countertops owing to its durability and reliability. The proportion of natural quartz in the material is determined by the quartz manufacturer.

PROS AND CONS OF QUARTZ

The benefits of quartz countertops exceed the drawbacks.

  • The exceptional strength of quartz countertops stands as a key benefit. Unlike granite, marble, and other surfaces needing regular maintenance, quartz countertops remain unsealed.

  • Quartz countertops stand out for their lack of need for sealing, unlike granite, marble, and other surfaces that demand regular maintenance.

  • Moreover, its non-absorptive nature prevents the retention of harmful microorganisms and ensures resistance to stains, thanks to quartz being nonabsorbent.

  • Designers and homeowners favor quartz for its versatility, exquisite patterns, hues, and adaptable designs, making it a sought-after choice.

  • While quartz countertops resist scratches, their hardness can dull knives when used directly on the surface.

  • Like any other natural stone countertop, quartz is susceptible to damage from sudden temperature changes. To protect a quartz countertop from heat, always use pot holders and trivets.

  • Quartz is suitable for use in outdoor kitchens as long as there's full overhead protection from outdoor elements, but it's not recommended for use as outdoor counters.

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Request an estimate or email or call us to discuss your project.

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647-370-6684

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