Quartz countertops in MN, are rapidly becoming one of the most popular choices for both kitchens and bathrooms. Designers know that they are easy to maintain and are available in an extensive range of patterns, textures and colors.
Popular Use of Quartz
While granite and quartz countertops in MN, cost slightly more than most other countertop variations, they will last much longer, are difficult to damage (although that would not be your plan) and can easily be maintained.
Quartz is often the preferential choice for showers stalls, back splashes, fireplace surrounds and around tub decking.
Your First Decisions
Having assessed your entire kitchen, once you understand the materials and colors that you intend to use, you will be able to move on and choose contrasting colors, textures and patterns for your quartz countertops in MN.
The second decision is about the thickness of your quartz. For this you can ask your favorite showroom to provide you with advice and to show you actual samples in action. Most kitchen counters and bathroom vanities will be provided with slabs that are 1¼ inches thick. Quartz does arrive in thinner and thicker varieties and where you use quartz in other areas, you may be able to purchase it as a small tile thickness.
Decision number three is about the edging of your quartz countertops. Your showroom expert or take you through several edging options including curved, beveled and rounded.
Experts suggest that you should choose your plumbing fixtures and your appliances before deciding on the main color and texture of your quartz surface. Most people choose a contrast in color to your main kitchen cabinets, but you don’t have to follow the rules because you’re going to live with your quartz countertops for the next 20 or more years.
Your local showroom will show you how easy it is to maintain your new countertops and how to deal with stains that are easily cleared away, providing you act quickly.
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