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Upgrade your bathroom and kitchen with beautiful, natural-looking Marble countertops from Brazilian Exotic Granite. Choose from a variety of shades, including classic white and elegant gray, to enhance your decor. If you’re after a low-maintenance option, our variety of Quartz countertops in different colors can cater to your taste, without sacrificing beauty. Visit our showrooms in San Diego and San Marcos to explore the perfect countertop solution for your space.

Learn More About quartz:

Quartz countertops are man-made engineered stone surfaces typically composed of over 90% ground quartz, one of the hardest minerals on Earth, and a mixture of polymer resins and pigments. This combination makes the countertops very durable and attractive, offering a wide range of colors and textures.

Quartz countertops are produced by taking ground quartz and mixing it with resins, polymers, and pigments to create a slab that can mimic the look of natural stone. The mixture is then poured into molds, pressed to remove any air bubbles, heated, and then cured to create a solid surface. The slabs are then cut to size and polished to the desired finish.

The benefits of quartz countertops include their non-porous nature, making them resistant to staining and eliminating the need for sealing. They are also very durable, resistant to scratches and chips, and come in a variety of colors and patterns that can fit various design aesthetics. Quartz countertops also require less maintenance compared to natural stone options.

To care for quartz countertops, wipe up spills immediately, use a soft cloth or non-abrasive sponge with mild soap and water for daily cleaning, and avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners that can damage the surface. It is also recommended to use cutting boards and trivets to protect the surface from sharp objects and hot items.

Yes, quartz countertops are easy to maintain. Their non-porous surface prevents staining and does not require regular sealing or waxing. Routine cleaning with gentle soap and water is typically all that is needed to keep them looking new.

Quartz is resistant to heat to some degree but is not entirely heatproof. It can withstand exposure to moderate temperatures for short periods. However, prolonged exposure to high heat can damage the surface. It is recommended to use trivets or hot pads when placing hot items on quartz countertops to prevent potential heat damage.