Engineered Quartz is Stain Resistant
Engineered quartz has a stainless surface. It is a nonporous material. Natural stones are not completely nonporous. They can be sealed. Treatments can make the surface nonporous. Engineered quartz is manufactured in a way that the composition becomes nonporous, effectively giving you a stainless surface. You may spill food, wine or other materials on the countertop. It will not hold on to any stain.
Engineered Quartz has a Plethora of Designs
Natural stones are elegant. They have a distinct texture. It is possible to identify aesthetic differences when you compare two or more natural stones of the same kind. Two pieces of granite can have distinct or subtle aesthetic differences. The same is true for marble and quartzite. Engineered quartz does not have this attribute but it comes in a plethora of designs, including colors. There are more designs and styles of engineered quartz simply because it is a manufactured material. It is easier to find a suitable style, design, texture or color. Residences and businesses that have a unique interior décor will find sufficient options in engineered quartz countertops.
Engineered Quartz Countertops require Simple Maintenance
Natural stones do not require extensive maintenance but it is easier to ensure optimum upkeep of engineered quartz. Since the material is stain resistant, you do not have to worry about permanent marks on the surface. You can clean the surface less often if you want. Countertops inevitably get dirty and stained. Engineered quartz requires a simple and effortless wipe from time to time. You can use water to wipe it clean. Rarely would you need to use some soap. Engineered quartz can come with specific finishes depending on the purpose of the countertop. You can choose such attributes while shopping. Consult Granite Countertops Charlotte Pros to choose the perfect engineered quartz countertop and for impeccable installation.