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All You Need to Know Before Selecting White Quartz Countertops

Nov 15

All You Need to Know Before Selecting White Quartz Countertops


Granite countertops, aside from cabinets and appliances, are one of the most expensive aspects of a kitchen remodeling project. Because countertops are a significant expense, it can seem daunting to choose the right countertop. In today's blog, I will discuss my white quartz countertops. I will also give you all of the details you need to make the right choice for white quartz countertops. This guide is for those who are struggling to choose the best quartz countertops.


Here are some things to consider before you purchase quartz countertops


Cambria Britannica Warm Quartz countertops are the main focus. I love them and they are free from any staining or damage.


I will also recommend some other great white quartz surfaces. It can be confusing to know which white quartz options to choose from when selecting quartz countertops.


Quartz countertops in Wilmington NC are made from naturally occurring minerals and are installed only by professionals.


Let's start with what are quartz countertops?


95% of the quartz is combined with 5% polymer and resins to make them. While the exact percentages will vary depending on the manufacturer, the end result is long-lasting, low maintenance, and available in many colors. Quartz is harder than real stones and more durable. Man-made quartz can have more marbling designs and colors than real stones since they are easier to work with.


Is it true quartz countertops are stain-resistant?

Quartz countertops are practically unbreakable, stain-resistant, and virtually indestructible. This means you won’t have to worry if red wine spills onto the counter or if lemons get left on the counter. Also, you won’t need to reseal them often. Non-porous Quartz is antibacterial and resistant to bacteria. This means you can be sure that your countertops are clean and free from mold. The marble countertops can stain easily and require extensive upkeep. Water spots are inevitable due to the porous nature of marble. Concrete and granite can also discolor due to their porous nature.


You can find a variety of quartz countertops in different brands and styles. Some are brighter than others, others are creamier and have grey undertones, while others are neutral. The veining is also something to be aware of. All types of white quartz are available: quartz with no veining or flecks, quartz with movement, and extensive veining. They will be very helpful to you if you take the samples home and examine them in your natural light.


Cambria Brittanicca is Warm was our choice for white quartz countertops. They're quite lovely. I love the bold veining. It is striking, especially when seen from the island. The greige vein also adds depth and warmth. It hides spills and dirt, which makes white counters appear cleaner. Brittanicca's subtle veining hides imperfections much better than you may think.

Quartz countertops come in two finishes: a gloss or a polished finish. Quartz countertops with a matte finish are available for certain types of quartz. It can show every single fingerprint, and drive you crazy.


How do you clean quartz counters?

A moist cloth with some soap is all you need to clean our countertops. Clorox wipes, Lysol countertop spray and Lysol wipes are also good options. Use caution with bleach and ammonia-containing products as they can cause deterioration.


They are stain-free and look the same as when they were installed. A coffee cup was placed next to the sink. I found a small, barely noticeable ring. Although quartz is stain resistant it's still possible to find small marks or minor scratches that need to be rubbed out. I was puzzled by the ring marks on the coffee cup. It is unlike the other cups in the collection. The only difference that I could see was that the coffee cups had an unfinished stone base.


Quartz countertops cost how much?


They are usually $50-$100 per square foot without the need for installation. In my experience, quartz is slightly cheaper than granite. This will be the largest cost for a kitchen renovation, as I mentioned earlier.


Our expectations were exceeded by white quartz countertops. I am thrilled with the outcome. They are the centerpiece of the kitchen, and they make a bold statement.


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