We have a ton of different quartz countertop options and a great countertop for your project!

Quartz is an engineered stone. Quartz is not like granite and most countertops colors and styles are similar. Quartz is extremely popular and many have been using quartz countertops for their projects. Below is only a small sample of what we have and if you don’t see a color you like, please reach out and let us know about your project. Click here to contact us today. We can help find the perfect quartz countertop for your project!

Quartz Countertops

Quartz countertops are primarily made out of natural quartz. This natural quartz is crushed and blended with colorfast pigments and polymer resins to create the finished countertops. You can also blend recycled mirror particles, granite pieces and colored glass into your counters. Once everything is mixed together, it is poured into a block mold and baked through a special process.

When you choose quartz counters, you can select the precise color and pattern you want. The finished counters are exceptionally durable. While quartz is fairly uniform, it is important to look at the entire slab before you decide which one you want to purchase.

Care and Maintenance
Quartz is exceptionally good at resisting acids, which is why it is unlikely to develop stains. This solid substance does not require any sealing, so there is very little maintenance work that you need to do. Once you install your quartz counters, you can relax and enjoy their beauty for years.

The only maintenance work you have to do is wipe down your counters from time to time. Ideally, you should use water and a mild detergent. Do not use abrasive ingredients like bleach. In addition, you should avoid using any cleaners that contain polish, wax or oils.

While quartz is unlikely to develop scratches or stains, you should avoid damaging your counters by using a few precautions. Use cutting boards when you prepare meals. If you do spill an acidic liquid, make sure to clean it up right away. Unlike some stones, quartz is not heat resistant. Because of this, you should always protect your counters from hot dishes.

Countertop Comparisons
When you are buying new counters, it is important to look at the benefits of each material. Quartz counters are popular because of their durability. With the right care, you can enjoy your quartz counters for years.

In addition to durability, quartz counters are known for resisting scratches and stains. They are more expensive than laminate counters, but the added quality level is generally worth the extra money. The actual price you pay depends on the slab, quality level and pattern you choose.

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G.C. S.
4 months ago
Marble Unlimited did a beautiful job on our countertops. We are so pleased with the finished product. Highly recommend.
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Margaret McGuinn
3 weeks ago
3 years ago we chose Marble Unlimited to install our Quartzite countertops. We were thrilled with the beauty of the stone and the professional quality of the installation. When some problems with a slight stain emerged this year, Jennifer, Daniel and their crew promised to take care of it--- despite the fact that we were outside warranty. They have cleaned, dried, and resealed all the tops, and we could not be more grateful. This is a top notch business!!
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Tria Metzler
a month ago
I hate posting bad reviews, but we had an awful experience at Marble Unlimited. I'm leaving 2 stars because they did offer a full refund for material removal, which was the ultimate resolution. Unfortunately the experience cost us about 4 weeks' additional time without a functional kitchen, and was a nightmare for us all. I'll give them the benefit of the doubt here that this was an honest mistake, but my husband and I were told during our walkthrough that we were purchasing quartzite counters: that these were the natural stone version of the quartz we came to shop for, and would be more durable. We were specifically told we would be able to cut on the counters, set hot pots and pans on the material, and would only have to seal them every 5-10+ years. We therefore spent a little more money on these discounted slabs (they were the last 2 in stock.) Unfortunately these slabs were actually marble, and therefore did not have the properties advertised. We found this out during install, and confirmed it shortly thereafter. To her benefit, Jennifer was as helpful as possible, and I cannot fault her customer service. The reason for my review was my experience with Daniel: after determining we had been misled on what we were buying, he was argumentative, belittling, and just downright rude on the phone. He claimed I was screaming at him on the phone (I have never in my life screamed at a vendor), that no one would have ever told us the material was quartzite, that these counters have been installed in million dollar homes and he couldn't understand why we were unhappy, etc... I was shaking with anger and adrenaline after being spoken to that way over the phone. Based on our experience, I obviously cannot recommend Marble Unlimited for your countertop needs, and would urge you to take your business elsewhere.
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Tyler Ledford
2 months ago
Great team and staff here at Marble Unlimited. Andrew helped me with all my questions and inquires and we overall had a great experience working with them. Will definitely be working with them for future projects!
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Deborah Brown
3 months ago
Many choices in stone—good advice from Andrew—quick responses to questions from Jennifer—punctual and professional, hard working installers. I had my beautiful countertops within two weeks. Invisible seam. Highly recommend.
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