Are you looking for a new countertop material for your bathroom? If so, consider quartz. Quartz is a popular choice for countertops because it is durable and easy to clean. It also comes in a variety of colors, so you can find the perfect one to match your décor. Here at Denver Stone Plus, we offer a wide selection of quartz bathroom countertops that are sure to meet your needs.

The only drawback to quartz is that it is heat sensitive. This can be a problem in the kitchen, but in the bathroom it's not a problem, making the stone a perfect choice for your master bathroom, guest bathroom, or any bathroom in the home.

7-10 DAYS TURNAROUND TIME

Quartz Countertops
FOR YOUR BATHROOM VANITY

Because it is nonporous and needs little upkeep, quartz is ideal for any bathroom. It is virtually stain-proof, and it avoids carrying germs or viruses. Quartz is the most scratch-resistant material available. You can always rely on it to be spotless. All that is required for regular maintenance is warm soapy water.

Quartz countertops are nearly entirely quartz, although they can also contain resins, polymers, and other hues. These resins and polymers give them scratch, ding, and crack-resistant properties. Although quartz is extremely durable, it does not heat as well as granite; thus, hot pots and pans or even heated hair appliances should be handled with care. Quartz comes in a variety of hues, patterns, and appearances. These countertops can now be made in a variety of colors, from solid tones to imitation granite that almost no one would distinguish isn't genuine, which goes with nearly any décor.

Quartz, with its low maintenance and endless color possibilities, might be the perfect alternative to pure stone. In the long term, quartz has a higher upfront cost, but it is offset by less upkeep expenditures over time.

quartz counter in a bathroom

Enhance Your Bathroom Countertop

Quartz vanity tops, unlike granite, are not cut from quartz slab stones. Granite countertops are composed of 100 percent stone, whereas quartz is constructed of engineered stone or "engineered quartz." Granite is extracted from the ground and shaped into slabs, whereas quartz is manufactured by grinding pure quartz slab and combining it with resins and other high-quality colors. Quartz is the most common material in a quartz countertop, which has an average Quartz content of about 93%.

A Quartz Countertop: Elegant and Practical

Quartz's practical benefits and design flexibility are undoubtedly reasons for the increase in the popularity of quartz. Quartz may be found in a variety of styles and designs. Quartz is also available in a variety of designs to appeal to different tastes. If you want the durability of quartz but prefer the appearance of another stone, there are quartz counters made to resemble granite, marble, and other natural stones.

Quartz vanity tops are an excellent choice for homeowners since they provide a number of useful benefits. In addition to a beautiful look comparable to natural stone, quartz offers distinct advantages for a cost that is similar to that of granite.

Quartz Bathroom Countertops in Denver

For all of your quartz kitchen countertop needs, Denver Stone Plus is here. We have a large range of quartz in a variety of colors and designs to choose from. We also provide free design advice and skilled installation services to ensure that your new worktops look just the way you imagine. Visit our showroom or contact us today for further information!


What Makes Quartz a Great Choice?

Quartz is a non-porous material, which means it cannot be contaminated by germs that might cause illness or odors. Stains are not an issue with quartz, which is stain-resistant. Quartz's resistance to burning and heat makes it more durable. These countertops, on the other hand, are susceptible to extreme heat or rapid temperature swings. Quartz is therefore a poor choice for outdoor settings as a result of this.
Quartz kitchen counters are made of a manufactured stone that allows for a wider color palette than natural stones. In addition to traditional quartz, a variety of other colors are now available. A distinctively modern appearance may be achieved with white or black quartz vanity tops in your bathroom.
Cleaning quartz is straightforward since most minor spills can be simply wiped away with soap and water. It’s also possible to get rid of stubborn stains using a mild, abrasive cleanser. Quartz is not etched, which is an issue with marble countertops. Quartz countertops may be kept looking great for decades if properly cared for and maintained.