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Is Quartz Better Than Granite Countertops?

Which one-granite or quartz-to go for? We both have followers. Is there a distinct cut between them, though? Okay, the solution is to better understand them. Once you do that, you'll know which one suits your needs.Granite remains high in demand, due to its elegance and toughness. On the other hand, there is a similar appearance and efficiency of quartz countertops–also called engineered stone countertops. However, when it comes to makeup it is quite different.

Granite is extracted from pure stone–stitched in pieces or made into tiles before being polished for installation. Quartz countertops are made from broken quartz-mixed as a binder with pigment for coloring and resin. Quartz quality usually varies from 92 to 94 per cent.

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Is Quartz Better Than Granite Countertops? #infographic

Is Quartz Better Than Granite Countertops?

Which one-granite or quartz-to go for? We both have followers. Is there a distinct cut between them, though? Okay, the solution is to better understand them. Once you do that, you'll know which one suits your needs.Granite remains high in demand, due to its elegance and toughness. On the other hand, there is a similar appearance and efficiency of quartz countertops–also called engineered stone countertops. However, when it comes to makeup it is quite different.

Granite is extracted from pure stone–stitched in pieces or made into tiles before being polished for installation. Quartz countertops are made from broken quartz-mixed as a binder with pigment for coloring and resin. Quartz quality usually varies from 92 to 94 per cent.

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