Quartz countertops and marble countertops are as different as can be. Each have their own set of advantages and disadvantages. In the end, it all comes down to preference. If you’re seeking the perfect fit for your household, picture it with this Visualizer Tool from Caesarstone.

The Pros & Cons of Marble

If you want the classic look, marble is the way to go. Unfortunately, it scratches easily and is not stain resistant. On the other hand, its features include:

Heat-resistant. It will withstand your hot pots and pans. You won’t have to worry about the surface losing its lovely texture.
One of a Kind. Since no two slabs are perfectly alike, you’ll always have a unique piece for your home.

The Advantage of Quartz

As of late, quartz surfaces have risen in popularity. They come with a rich, luxurious finish, and they boast a more diverse range of colors than any other material. The following are just a few more of their luxurious qualities:

  • GREENGUARD Approved. Quartz countertops achieve GREENGUARD certification helps ensure buyers that they have purchased countertops with no VOC composition.
  • Heavy-duty Durability. It’s as tough as granite or concrete, but it won’t crack or chip half as easily. Most quartz counters are made with 93% quartz and the remaining 7% is composed of polymer ingredients that keep the counters intact.
  • Non-porous. If you want a surface that’s easy to clean, this is it. Not only is there no place for bacteria and viruses to hide but it’s resistant to stains.

Get Quartz Before You Think of Marble

Both materials have their respective looks and strengths. However, only one has both beauty and brawn. If you’re searching for a contemporary design with high durability and low maintenance, the choice is clear.

Caesarstone offers over a dozen options in quartz countertops. For more information on our collections, contact our experts and we will help you find the great quality counters that complement your home.