Introducing: ColorQuartz

Introducing: ColorQuartz

April 01, 2014

About 14 years ago, Marble and Granite, Inc. first introduced quartz surfacing to the New England marketplace when we began marketing and selling Caesarstone. At that time, quartz was essentially an unknown product. We saw back then that the features and benefits that this innovative material provide, and we felt confident that it was a surface consumers would soon come to trust.

ColorQuartz PewterColorQuartz surfacing in Pewter; photo via ColorQuartz

Over the years, the industry has evolved. So has the technology to work with this incredibly durable material. Through this evolution, the needs of our customers have also changed. This is the reason we made the decision to replace our previous quartz brand with ColorQuartz effective April 1.

We believe this is a move that will help propel the surfacing industry forward, as ColorQuartz is an exceptionally high-quality material. It comes in a large slab size (124-inches by 62-inches) and allows us to offer faster lead times and competitive pricing.

ColorQuartz IcelandColorQuartz surfacing done in Iceland; photo via ColorQuartz

Just like all quartz surfacing, ColorQuartz is non-porous, stain resistant, and practically maintenance-free. It’s a beautiful and practical choice for both commercial and residential applications.  ColorQuartz comes with a lifetime warranty.

Marble and Granite, Inc. will serve as the exclusive distributor for the Northeast, covering the country from Maine through New York, as well as Southern Canada. We’ll have 40 shades of ColorQuartz in stock at our showrooms in Westwood, MA and Milford, CT.

Want to check out ColorQuartz. Visit our showrooms or give us a call at 877-39-STONE.


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