Quartz Countertops

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Quartz Countertops in Central Texas

Quartz, also known as engineered stone, is typically composed of 93% natural quartz and 7% pigments and epoxy resin. It is extremely durable and an ideal choice for homeowners looking for a maintenance-free countertop with stunning aesthetics. Quartz is scratch resistant, stain resistant and heat resistant.
When you’re considering quartz countertops for your bathroom or kitchen, it’s important to trust local experts who can guide you through the entire process — including design, fabrication, and installation. True Blue Surfaces has been a leading provider of custom-fabricated quartz countertops in Austin, Texas since 2007. Austin homeowners and builders have trusted us to design custom spaces, find the right finish, and fabricate and install their brand-new quartz countertops. Plus, we offer dozens of color selections from top brands, giving you everything you need to upgrade your kitchen and bath countertops.
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Our huge selection of quartz, natural stone, porcelain and ultra-compact surfaces offers an abundance of options to meet your project’s design needs. We are certified to fabricate specialty materials including Dekton, Geoluxe, Neolith and many quartz brands. We carry many of the best brands including Caesarstone, Cambria, Color Quartz, Dekton, Geoluxe, Metro-Quartz, Neolith, One-Quartz, GlassRecycled, Silestone, and Vicostone, as well as a wide range of other natural materials.

Benefits of Quartz Countertops

Engineered stone, or quartz, is a popular alternative to natural stone surfaces because of its durability and low maintenance. But other than the price being competitive with other stone surfaces, there are several other reasons why you should consider going with quartz kitchen or bath countertops:
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What Are the Different Colors of Quartz?

Engineered quartz is the style chameleon of countertops. Whether you love modern or traditional, subtle tones or vibrant colors, honed or polished, flecked or patterned, quartz’s myriad options will have you covered. Engineered quartz is also easy to maintain, nontoxic and nonallergenic — there’s not much to dislike about this stunning man-made material.

Types of Quartz

Looking to install or upgrade to quartz countertops? While Quartz is one particular category of engineered stone, there are three different types of finishes you can choose for your kitchen or bath:
Honed Finish – A honed countertop finish will give your quartz countertops a flat, matte appearance. This finish is extremely smooth without the typical shine you’d see from quartz. Homeowners with kids or busy households like the honed finish because it hides the appearance of smudges, streaks, and fingerprints in the light.
Polished Finish – Quartz countertops with a polished finish is exactly what you’d expect — a high, glossy shine that makes your kitchen or bath countertops pop. While the polished finish gives your quartz countertops a stunning, traditional look, they do require more maintenance to keep them clean and free of smudges or streaks.
Sueded Finish – Similar to a honed finish, a sueded finish gives your quartz more depth and texture. Darker quartz countertops in your kitchen or bath tend to look better with the sueded finish. But just like the matte look you’ll find with honed countertops, sueded quartz countertops hide smudges and streaks, requiring less maintenance to keep them looking clean.

How to Care for Quartz Kitchen and Bath Countertops

Quartz kitchen and bath countertops are very easy to clean and maintain compared to granite or marble. But even though they don’t require regular sealing, there are still ways to maintain the natural beauty of your quartz after you’ve had your countertops professionally installed.
Here’s how to properly clean and polish your quartz countertops to keep them looking great:

Choosing the Best Quartz Fabricator and Installer

Your quartz countertops can and should be cut by a professional fabricator before they’re delivered to the job site. Then you will want to have them installed by a highly experienced and professional countertop installation company in Austin. It’s important to note that there are various concrete cutting and drilling companies, but they may not be experts in cutting quartz or other materials.
The experts at True Blue Surfaces are able to:
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