Granite: This natural wonder is primarily composed of quartz, feldspar, and mica. Quarried in large slabs and cut for countertops.
Quartz: Quartz countertops are engineered surfaces, made up of 90-95% crushed natural quartz, resins, polymers, and pigments.
Granite: Each slab of granite is a work of art, featuring unique colors, patterns, and veining that set it apart. No two slabs are identical.
Quartz: Quartz countertops provide a consistent look, designed to mimic natural stone, offering a wide range of colors and patterns.
Granite: Known for its durability and high heat resistance, granite can handle regular wear and tear, including scratches and chips. It requires periodic sealing for stain resistance.
Quartz: Exceptionally durable and resistant to scratches, chips, and stains, and it doesn’t need sealing, making it virtually maintenance-free.
Granite: Granite countertops require regular sealing to maintain stain resistance, but they can be easily cleaned with mild soap and water.
Quartz: Quartz is low-maintenance and easy to clean with mild soap and water. Its non-porous surface is highly resistant to staining.