What is Quartz

Quartz are used for worktops, floors, interior and exterior wall cladding with amazing benefits that surpass all natural stone properties.

Quartz is a semi natural man made product. Quartz is made by mixing the natural mineral quartz with various resins, polymers & pigments. The ratio of these ingredients is approximately 90% quartz to 10% resins, polymers & pigments.

Quartz it is a non porous material, its texture does not allow bacteria to grow and resists against stain, protecting your family and making kitchen clean-up easy. For this reason quartz worktops never need to be sealed.

Aside from the durability that quartz provides, this material is beautiful and its wide variety of colour options are sure to catch your eye. Your options are nearly endless as quartz ranges from natural colors such whites, blacks and browns to other colors such as golds and blues. The design of a quartz worktop not only brings character to your kitchen but offers performance advantages that exceed other traditional materials

✔ Aesthetic Consistency
✔ Does not stain
✔ Mechanical Resistance
✔ Resistance to high chemicals & High temperatures
✔ Withstands Heavy Traffic
✔ Resistance to Abrasion

✔ Durable
✔ Luxurious appearance
✔ Variety of Colours and Patterns
✔ Wide range of possible sizes
✔ Easy Handling
✔ A Multipurpose building materials


Quartz is virtually maintenance free and can be cleaned with extreme ease.
Common household spills - such as, tea, coffee, lemon juice, soda, fruit, vegetable juice, olive oil or grease spills - are easily removed and the surface can be restored to its original appearance.

Quartz is one of the hardest materials in nature, which is an assurance that your quartz surface will not easily scratch or chip. The use of a cutting board is nevertheless recommended.

To maintain the natural beauty of quartz, do not place hot skillets or roasting pans directly onto the surface but use a trivet instead.

For routine cleaning use a damp cloth or paper towel and, if necessary, a small amount of mild soap. Once clean, rinse and dry the surface thoroughly.
For stubborn or dried spills, use a nonabrasive cleaning pad such as a white 3M Scotch-Brite® scrub pad combined with a small amount of mild soap or specialized stone cleaner.

Quartz floors in high traffic areas should be cleaned daily with a clean, dry dust mop or soft bristle broom. Quartz floors in low traffic areas can be cleaned less frequently using the same method. Spills should be spot treated with the use of a damp mop or cloth towel and, if necessary, a small amount of mild soap or specialized stone cleaner.

A floor machine such as a slow speed buffer or walk behind scrubber can be used for larger commercial environments. Be sure to rinse thoroughly to remove any haze residue that may diminish the shine and beauty of the floor.

Avoid exposing quartz to chemicals and solvents, especially paint removers or furniture strippers containing trichlorethane or methylene chloride. Keep away nail polish remover, bleach or cleansers that contain bleach, bluing, permanent markers or inks. While casual exposure to alkaline materials will not damage quartz, but highly alkaline (high-pH) cleansers are not recommended when cleaning quartz. If any of the substances listed above come into contact with quartz, rinse the exposed surface immediately and thoroughly with plenty of clean water.