Material

Quartz

Countertops

Granite vs. Quartz Countertops

Granite countertops need to be resealed every so often, while quartz countertops don’t. Granite slabs are typically larger in size (approximately 6’ x 10’) while quartz slabs are smaller (4.5’ x 10’). This sometimes results in more seams for quartz layouts, but it all depends on your cabinet layout and sizes. In terms of performance, sealed granite and quartz countertops are both resistant to heat, stains, and scratches.

High Quality Quartz Countertops

We offer a wide selection of quartz countertops from several manufacturers including Caesarstone, Hanstone, Silestone, Zodiaq, LG, WilsonArt, and Prestige. Quartz countertops are very durable as well as resistant to heat, stains, and scratches.

Production of Quartz Countertops

Quartz countertops are composed of about 90-95% crushed quartz and 5-10% synthetic materials (such as dyes, binding agents, and resin.) Our quartz countertops are durable, so you don’t have to worry about costly repairs and replacements. Quartz countertops are also heat and stain resistant. There’s no need to spend on maintenance, such as buying cleaning agents and scrubs. All you need is to wipe off the surface with a clean cloth. It is important to note that direct sunlight can fade or discolor the binding agents in quartz countertops over time.Our quartz countertops are durable, so you don’t have to worry about costly repairs and replacements. These are also heat and stain resistant. There’s no need to spend on maintenance, such as buying cleaning agents and scrubs. All you need is to wipe off the surface with a clean cloth.

Fitting of Quartz Slabs for Countertops

The fitting of quartz slabs together to create your custom cabinet layout is the most crucial aspect of an installation. We call this seam work. If seam work is done improperly, it not only looks horrible but cracks and potentially can have water damage occur as well. Linco Countertops’ technicians are trained in the use of the latest installation equipment to create the best seams possible. At Linco Countertops, we consider our seam work to be the best in Arkansas.

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