Are quartz countertops slabs?

Are quartz countertops slabs?

Many homeowners prefer slab countertops and wonder if quartz is classified as a slab, and the answer is yes. They offer impressive benefits in this form, so they will meet your requirements and preferences as you plan your remodel.

Learning about quartz countertops

Quartz entered the marketplace as an alternative to stone slab pieces to prevent cracking and breaking. In addition, since quartz is nearly indestructible, the slab format is much easier to manage, especially during fabrication and installation, for stunning and performance-driven results.

Quartz is also more affordable than traditional stone slabs like granite or marble because quartz countertops contain up to 15% resin and aren't considered a "natural" product. However, they are prized for stunning visuals, offering impressive shine and extensive durability regardless of lifestyle.

Since the surface of quartz is completely non-porous, they're a much healthier product for bathrooms and kitchens. In addition, they inhibit the growth of bacteria, mold, mildew, and viruses, giving a hygienic surface and easy to clean.

Quartz countertops add value to your home, much like other stone products, which can add to the resale value if you decide to sell. To see our quartz and quartzite countertops in person and pick one for your remodel, stop by our showroom at your convenience.

Finding your countertops is easy at our showroom

Wholesale Flooring & Granite is a fantastic place to find the perfect materials for your remodel because we offer the most extensive stock inventory in the South. In addition, we cater to every budget range, so we're your first and last stop for all your remodeling needs.

When you're ready to browse our inventory, our associates stand by at our showroom in Baton Rouge, LA, to work alongside you. We provide countertops for residents from Baton Rouge, Denham Springs, Ascension Parish, Baker, and surrounding areas, and we look forward to earning your business.