Quality Granite Countertops Also Offers Affordable Quartz Countertops.
Wilsonart® Quartz countertops and colors offer you the best combination of superior design and finish, backed with reliable Wilsonart customer service and nationwide availability, ensuring you can give your project just what it needs.
Quality Granite Countertops offers quality quartz countertops at fantastic pricing. If quartz is your preferred countertop material we have the expertise and the superior service to provide you with top quality countertops at a great price.
New! Quartz Countertops Starting as low as $29.99/SF, While Supplies Last!
Quartz Countertops Starting as low as $34.99/SF, While Supplies Last!
42 SF Minimum. Restrictions May Apply. Subject to change without notice.
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Wilsonart Engineered Surfaces is a world leading manufacturing and distribution organization that is driven by a mission to create innovative, high performance surfaces people love, with world-class service our customers can count on, delivered by people all over the world who care.
Our company, headquartered in Austin, Texas, manufactures and distributes High Pressure Laminate, Quartz, Solid Surface, Coordinated TFL and Edgebanding and other engineered surface options for use in furniture, office and retail spaces, countertops, worktops and other applications.
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Quartz countertops Defined
Engineered stone is a composite material made of crushed stone bound together by an adhesive, (most commonly polymer resin, with some newer versions using cement mix). The two common stones used in producing these products are marbles and quartz. The application of these products depends on the original stone used. For engineered marbles the most common application is indoor flooring and walls, while the quartz based product is used primarily for kitchen countertops. Related materials include geopolymers and cast stone. Unlike terrazzo, the material is factory made in either blocks or slabs, cut and polished by fabricators, and assembled at the worksite.
Dust from cutting or polishing engineered stone made with quartz poses a risk of silicosis.
Engineered stone products are gaining in popularity; many shopping malls and department stores around the world use engineered marble for floors. Research reported in Consumer Reports magazine in 2010 reveals virtually no difference in performance between quartz based products and sealed granite.
Engineered stone (US name) is also commonly referred to as agglomerate or agglomerated stone, the last term being that recognised by European Standards (EN 14618), although to add to the terminological confusion, this standard also includes materials manufactured with a cementitious binder. The quartz version (which end consumers are much more likely to directly deal with) is commonly known as ‘quartz surface’ or just ‘quartz’.