When the time has finally arrived for you to replace your countertops for your master bathroom you want to use something that was meant to last. Many of the other products that you put in your bathroom may be important to you but in terms of having a long-living, quality bathroom, you need to be sure that you chose your bathroom countertops wisely. Over the years, luxury quartz surfaces have made a huge breakthrough in the bathroom and kitchen counters industry. Allow us to introduce you to the most preferred countertop that homeowners turn to the most – natural quartz.

What is Natural Quartz?

Natural quartz countertops add sheer beauty to your kitchen and elegance to your bathroom. Natural quartz is comprised of natural materials as well as resin, which combine together to make the most durable countertop that others cannot compare to. This is one of the hardest components that rank 7 out of 10 on Mohs Scale of Hardness.

The quartz crystals are used to create beautiful and strong surface that is dominantly scratch resistant.

One of the main reasons why homeowners turn to natural quartz countertops over others is that they are very simple to maintain. This is a natural surface that is non-porous and non-penetrable that means it is perfect for any bathroom and kitchen where bacteria gather most. Other porous countertops where bacteria can sink and remain would not be pleasant to have in a family home, as you would find yourselves sick after exposing to prepared food that was in contact with your bacteria counters. However, this is not found as a problem with natural quartz countertops.

Quartz or Granite, Which is Better?

Both granite and quartz countertops are great for any household, but it all depends on how clean and careful you are with them after installation. They are comprised of natural products from the Earth, but granite seems to come with a higher maintenance cost than quartz. Both do require maintenance, but granite requires more dirty work than quartz. Once installed, quartz does not need initial or additional sealing, but granite on the other hand requires sealing upon installation and then repeated sealing in order to preserve the non-porous surface. Additionally, when it comes to stains, quartz is far less prone to stains than granite as it is prone to red wine stains if spilled.

All-in-all quartz countertops for your bathroom are the best to turn to, especially for homeowners who live a rather rigorous lifestyle. They are going to last as many years as you live at your current residence, without any annual maintenance required. Contact the experts at Caesarstone and have them guide you through their selection of quartz countertops for bathroom vanities that matches your lifestyle.