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Quartz

With low maintenance, high durability and endless color choices, engineered quartz offers a tempting alternative to natural stone countertops.

Ever since the invention of Formica in the 1920s, kitchen countertops in America have been simply covered in laminates. During the past decade, though, natural stone surfaces have landed in ever more kitchens: granite, marble, soapstone and even concrete. But now there's a new countertop contender on the design scene: engineered quartz.

Boasting the best qualities of laminate and stone (along with its own special features), quartz began appearing in U.S. homes just a few years ago after gaining popularity in Europe for the past decade.

Although some quartz countertops are actually made of quarried slabs of the natural stone, the new engineered material is actually created through a manufacturing process that mixes approximately 95 percent ground natural quartz with 5 percent polymer resins. The result is a super-hard, low-maintenance, natural stone-look countertop available in a dazzling array of colors.

Kitchen & Bath Center offers a large selection of name brand quartz:
Zodiaq
Silestone
HanStone
Corian
Caesarstone
Cambria
 

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Kitchen & Bath Center is opening a new showroom to service the Walton County, 30A and Panama City Beach area. This is our fourth location in the area!