ColorQuartz Rocks the Natural Stone World

ColorQuartz Rocks the Natural Stone World

July 15, 2014

Made with 93-percent real quartz, ColorQuartz is a modern collection of surfacing material, which offers many unique advantages. Though ColorQuartz may be relatively new to the New England area, the company has been a leader in the stone business for nearly 20 years. Its unique advantages have made it a universal choice for unique commercial and residential applications. 

ColorQuartz in Mystic Gold

ColorQuartz in Mystic Gold; photo via ColorQuartz

After beginning in 1991 as Color Marble, the California-based company used innovative technology to successfully launch its own brand of natural quartz surfaces in 2009. Today, ColorQuartz offers an array of colors and surfaces suitable for practically any interior surface application, both residential and commercial.

One of nature’s hardest materials, quartz is abundant, and possesses many desirable traits. It’s non-porous, which means it never needs to be sealed. Plus, it’s stain resistant and practically maintenance-free. Retaining most of the qualities of natural quartz, ColorQuart comes in bold, distinctive colors that add personality to any room. Each color is carefully formulated to ensure the right consistency, depth, and richness needed to make creative designs come to life. 

ColorQuartz in Capri

Countertop done in Capri; photo via ColorQuartz

Leading the movement towards cleaner, safer surfacing materials, ColorQuartz is an elegant, practical and the safest choice for your kitchen countertops . The meticulous manufacturing process also ensures that ColorQuartz is:
• Non-porous
• Color consistent
• Chemical and stain resistant
• Chip and crack resistant
• NSF 51 (National Sanitation Foundation) certified for restaurant and hospital use
• Backed by a Residential Lifetime Warranty (Slabs Only) and a Commercial 10-year Warranty (Product Only)

ColorQuartz in Sahara

ColorQuartz in Sahara; photo via ColorQuartz

All 40 shades of ColorQuartz are now available in the Northeast exclusively through Marble and Granite, Inc. Stop by one of our two New England showrooms to experience this exceptional material in person, or check out our complete online inventory.


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