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Porcelain slabs are a versatile and durable material that is perfect for use in countertops, floors, and walls. Made from high-quality porcelain clay, these slabs are also incredibly durable, resisting scratches, chips, moisture, stains, and bacteria. The range of colors, patterns, and finishes available allows for easy customization, making porcelain slabs a great choice.

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Porcelain slabs are known for their strength and durability and can be just as strong and durable as natural stone. They are kiln-fired at very high temperatures, which makes them resistant to heat, staining, scratches, chemicals, and UV light.

Due to their high durability, porcelain slabs are well-suited for outdoor use. They can handle extreme weather conditions, both hot and cold, and are resistant to fading from UV light, making them an excellent choice for outdoor kitchens, patios, and other exterior applications.

Porcelain slabs are non-porous, which means they do not absorb liquids or harbor bacteria, mold, and allergens. This makes them an ideal surface for food preparation and a more hygienic option compared to many other materials. They do not require sealing, which is often necessary for natural stone.

Porcelain slabs are low-maintenance and can be cleaned with a variety of cleaners. Unlike natural stone, which often requires specialized cleaners, porcelain can be cleaned with general kitchen or bathroom cleaners without the risk of damage.

Advances in manufacturing have allowed porcelain slabs to closely mimic the look of natural stone, offering a range of colors and designs, including effects that replicate marble, granite, and quartzite. Porcelain slabs also come in polished and unpolished finishes, providing a variety of options to suit different aesthetic preferences.

Porcelain slabs are generally considered to be more affordable than quartz and some types of natural stone slabs. The cost of porcelain slabs typically ranges from $55 to $120 per square foot, whereas quartz countertops can range from $45 to $200 per square foot. The price variation is influenced by factors such as the finish and size of the countertops.