Quartz is the hardest mineral stone in nature after diamond, Saphire and topaz Quartz. Is comprised of 93% quartz, blended with 7% unsaturated polyester resins, additives, and inorganic non-fading pigments.
Quartz is one of the hardest materials in nature, which is an assurance that your quartz surface will not easily scratch or chip. However, like most materials a good care and maintenance is essential. Check care and maintenance information.
Aesthetic Consistency does not stain, mechanical Resistance, Resistance to high chemicals and High temperatures, Withstands Heavy Traffic, Resistance to Abrasion, durable, luxurious appearance, variety of Colours and Patterns, wide range of possible sizes, easy Handling.
We strongly advise all customers to confirm with their kitchen manufacturer that their units will support the weight of worktops. Units must be perfectly level and extra support must be provided around void spaces for appliances, and cutouts for sinks and hobs.
- All cupboards should be levelled as far as possible; - Baton should be inserted, onto which the worktop can be glued, to provide extra support; - Existing worktops should be removed and hobs/ sinks/ taps removed and disconnected ready for the new worktop to be placed on top; - Access should be clear to prevent injuries and breakage when the worktop is being carried into the kitchen.
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