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Quartz – the Countertop Buyers Love

September 26, 2021

Quartz countertops have been around for decades, yet they are one of the hottest design materials in new construction. Available in a variety of colors, this natural stone is not only durable but beautiful, and more and more homebuyers are putting quartz countertops on their must-have list.

Quartz is a natural material best known for the beautiful crystals it forms. Quartz countertops are not pure quartz, however, and contain no crystals. Instead, the countertop is engineered using quartz, resins, and pigment. As a result, there is a quartz color palette for any design aesthetic. Home shows featuring the newest home trends for 2021 showcased quartz countertops of white, gray, slate and blue.

Quartz is one of the best choices for durability as well. Unlike granite or tile, which can crack and chip, the resin included in quartz countertops is almost indestructible. While other surfaces can scar and burn if subjected to hot cookware, quartz will stand up to the heat of cooking, making it a top choice for homebuyers of all culinary skill levels. Quartz is also low maintenance compared to its more porous counterparts. Whereas natural stone and granite can absorb liquids, causing stains, quartz does not have this issue. No longer do homeowners need to fear dripping red wine or spaghetti sauce on the kitchen island.

Along with this, quartz is antimicrobial— meaning that bacteria can be easily wiped away—making your kitchen countertop truly one of the healthiest surfaces in your home. Quartz countertops are just one of the many improvements that homebuyers crave. Quartz is beautiful, durable, healthy, and sustainable; it’s no wonder homebuyers have made these countertops important items in their home search.

Acadian Homes offers a multitude of quartz countertop choices for our new construction homes including those that look like marble and stone. Granite is available as well. Step outside of the box and consider mixing both materials in your kitchen design. The design possibilities are endless.

Contact Sue Siemiontkowski, our New Home Specialist for more information on our design selections. 228-239-2621

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