ColorQuartz Means Quality

ColorQuartz Means Quality

September 18, 2015


  ColorQuartz  in Sahara (Photo by ColorQuartz)

If you’re looking for something a little “different” than the usual marble or granite countertop, check out ColorQuartz . It may be a “manmade” material, but ColorQuartz has a lot to offer when it comes to quality, variety, versatility, longevity, and style!

As a company, ColorQuartz has invested in the factory space (for research, design, and production) and manpower (in the form of the most experienced technicians) necessary to offer a product that’s of exceptional high quality. They use precise laser cutting technology to ensure production accuracy as well as enhanced flexibility of design. Utilizing their in-depth knowledge and experience, ColorQuartz ensures that the raw materials used are under constant examination and inspection. Meanwhile, the ColorQuartz Logistics Department serves the customer from beginning to end, starting from the integration of material handling, inventory, packaging, and transportation.

To make ColorQuartz, technicians use pieces of natural quartz— one of the hardest and most abundant minerals on earth—obtained from company-owned quarries. The ColorQuartz Procurement Team rigorously inspects all of the quartz and raw materials to ensure that only the best go into producing each sheet of ColorQuartz . Using advanced technology and engineering methods, the materials are then compressed and compacted in a vibro-compaction process to create a hard, non-porous surface. The resulting slabs are non-absorbent, highly resistant to stains, and very easy to clean (making it ideal for not only residential countertops but also for hospitality and commercial interior applications too.)

In addition to its durability and quality, ColorQuartz offers a broad array of colors and versatile patterns. ColorQuartz offers a wide variety of choices, from warm, inviting tones inspired by nature to bold, distinctive shades—just one reason interior designers love ColorQuartz.  It offers them the ability to personalize projects and do what they do best—design! Plus, some ColorQuartz surfaces are filled with fascinating patterns, created from recycled materials such as glass, mirrors, and crystals, allowing for marble-like movements.

ColorQuartz is the world’s leading producer of quartz surfaces designed for high-quality applications worldwide. Marble & Granite, Inc. is one of the largest distributors of ColorQuartz in the U.S. and exclusive throughout New England and New York. Give us a call at 877-39-STONE and we will answer any questions you might have about this innovative and versatile material. Feel free to visit us at one of our two area locations.


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