Quartz Master Countertops
Quartz Master - Exquisite. Durable. Safe. Environmentally Friendly.
Offering the most expansive quartz slabs on the market, New Jersey-based Quartz Master® is one of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of quartz stone. Their quartz slabs are much larger than industry standards measuring in at 127” x 64”. Their engineered stone material, composed of 93% natural quartz and 7% resin, is one of the hardest and most durable non-precious stone surfaces available today.
Exquisite: Color & Pattern
Quartz Master’s surfaces come in a myriad of colors, including those found in nature and ones found in the imagination of their designers. You’ll discover more than 100 exciting colors and patterns from which to choose within their eight expressive collections, including the two below.
Their Mineral Collection includes mesmerizing quartz and agate patterns with tremendous movement and intriguing color.
As its namesake suggests, the Leather Collection features a group of leathery finished quartz stone with high density and tight patterns in black to white colors.
The latest 2019 European Collection boasts an array of moody quartz shades with delicate veining, subtle movement in white, grey, and black colors. Patterns include Calcutta, Venato, and Borghini with their marble-like composition and vein detail.
Durable: Strong, Resistant & Long-Lasting
All Quartz Master surfaces are easy to clean and maintain requiring minimal effort– there’s no need to seal or wax the surface. They uniquely provide the sturdiest surface material by combining the hardness and durability of quartz with the exceptional low maintenance qualities of man-made materials. It is these properties that have made Quartz Master become a preferred supplier of low maintenance, durable and extraordinarily strong quartz, which is both stain and contamination resistant.
Quartz Master slabs possess exceptional resistance and strength above other engineered and natural surfaces. They are flameproof, waterproof, impact-resistant, stain-resistant and scratch-resistant.
Ranking a 7.0 on Moh’s Hardness Scale, which is used to measure the scratch-resistance of a material, Quartz is harder than granite and marble. Only the diamond (at 10), topaz and sapphire (at 9) are harder than quartz. Quartz Master engineered stone is more “stone-like,” since it is a mixture of 93% quartz and 7% polyester resin pressed into slabs using a vacuum process.
All Quartz Master surfaces carry a limited Residential Lifetime Warranty available to the original owner of a single-family residence. Additionally, a Commercial Lifetime Warranty is available to the owner of the original installation of quartz products.
Safe: For Kitchen & Bath
In the Kitchen
Unlike, marble, quartz cannot be permanently stained by common kitchen products such as cooking oils, grease, and red wine. This hardy surface material is resistant to the effects of harmful acids found in common household products, thus making it ideal for use as an island top or countertops.
Surface materials by Quartz Master can be used in direct contact with all food types so you can use your quartz countertops in the kitchen. Further, the quartz surfaces are nonporous, helping prevent the growth of mold and bacteria. These countertops also carry the Kosher Certified accreditation and may be koshered for Passover from Dairy to Meat (or vice versa).
In the Bathroom
Due to its impervious nature, quartz is ideal for use in the bathroom on countertops, backsplashes, shower surrounds, and walls. It is not damaged by common household products such as hairspray and other toiletries, as it is resistant to the effects of harmful acids found in them.
Environmentally-Friendly: Indoors & Out
In the Environment
Quartz Master is Greenguard Gold certified; this is among the world’s highest standards for improved indoor air quality. Additionally, their products are LEEDS recognized by USGBC and Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), a third-party certification program, and the US nationally accepted benchmark for high-performance green design, construction, and build.
Quartz makes a sound choice for those concerned about sustainability and conservation as it is prolific in nature as the second most common terrestrial crust mineral and is present in many rocks.