Quartz countertops are the way to go! We recommend Quartz to get the most out of your countertops without losing that touch of beauty. The best thing about Quartz countertops is choosing the right details. After picking the material, design, and the color of your countertops, it is time to pick edges! This decision is often overlooked due to having to make so many other decisions. However, this decision is very important. Your countertops are constantly being utilized and seen, so it is important for them to look great! Whether you go with a Premium Edge or a Standard Edge, you have lots of options to take your Quartz countertop to the next level!
Why We Recommend Quartz Countertops:
Quartz is also referred to as engineered stone. It has the reputation of being extremely durable. This means that Quartz is long lasting and tough. While Quartz is a great choice for almost any indoor surface, it is not suitable for outdoor application. The only time quartz surfaces would have to be replaced is when you are simply tired of looking at them.
The amazing thing about Quartz countertops is that you do not have to worry about the hassle of whether or not you are going to damage the area like you do with a stone countertop. Quartz countertops do not require sealing like stone countertops do. Quartz is scratch, heat, and stain-resistant, making it our most easily maintained and reliable surface for countertops. At Cutstone Company, we specialize in Q Premium Natural Quartz , Cambria, Caesarstone, Cosmos, and Silestone materials, in addition to many other brands, giving clients a wide variety of styles to choose from.
For more information on why we recommend Quartz countertops visit our past blog post: 4 Reasons Everyone is Choosing Quartz Countertops.
What Edge Options do you have for your Countertops?
- Erased Edge
- Beveled Edge
- Half Bullnose Edge
- Full Bullnose Edge
- Demi Bullnose Edge
- Ogee Edge
- Chiseled Edge
Premium vs. Standard Edges:
There are different categories of countertop Edges based on their level of detail. There are two main categories: standard and premium. Standard Edges are normally lower-cost because they are simpler, while premium Edges are higher-cost. Due to their elegance and more elaborate in design.
Not Sure What Countertop Edge to Choose?
For more information on deciding on what Edge profile to pick visit our past blog post: Edge Profiles: What you need to Know. There are a lot of countertop Edge options to choose from! If you are not sure which to pick, we can help! Schedule a free consultation with us today to discuss what is best for your countertops when it comes to design, cost, and durability! We want to help bring your home to life by providing beautiful countertops options.