Quartz has become one of the most popular options available today when it comes to kitchen countertops. They are manufactured by bonding quartz chips and a strong polymer, which means that the result is a perfectly sealed, non-porous surface. If you are concerned about the possibility of bacteria or germs on your food preparation surface, quartz is the option. There are not any little spaces where they can hide.
When you combine the non-porous nature of these countertops, they can handle heat remarkably well and are exceptionally stain-resistant. Even stubborn items like tea stains will typically clean up on their own. In cases where a tea-bag is left on the counter for an extended period, companies manufacture polishes and cleaners to make the material look as good as the day it was installed.
Quartz can be made like new again after years of use
This is where buffing comes in. Essentially we take a buffer with various grit polishing compounds to the quartz surface. This will take out any nicks or dings that might have come from wear and tear on an active preparation surface, and this will take out any hazing that might have come from stains. Once complete, you will have a kitchen countertop that will look as good as the day it was originally installed.
At 55 Flooring, we make it our business to sell you a product and help you get the most useful life out of those products. We have over 30 years of experience and are passionate about flooring, countertops, and other surfaces in your home. We proudly service the Orange County area, including Anaheim, Newport Beach, Irvine, Tustin Ranch, and its surrounding areas. Give us a call or stop by our showroom; one of our knowledgeable sales associates will walk you through the many quartz countertop options available.