Quartz is quickly becoming a favorite worktop choice among homeowners and interior designers due to its positive engineered features. It’s perfect for those with a busy lifestyle or families with young children. Thanks to the artificial stone's non-porous nature, it’s not only scratch, stain, heat resistant but it's also low maintenance and easy to care for.
However, despite the numerous benefits of quartz, there are also endless misconceptions about quartz kitchen surfaces which makes people question whether it's worth the cost. While quart is expensive due to it being considered as a high-end martial, homeowners get their investment back with its long lifespan and increase in the value of their home when it’s placed to be sold on the property market.
This infographic will bust the myths and reveal the truth of how quartz compares to popular natural stones - marble and granite. It also highlights the process of how CRL quartz worktops are beautifully engineered and how quartz outperforms other minerals.