Are you looking to do some remodeling and trying to decide whether Quartz is a surface for you? Quartz surfaces are very popular, and it’s no surprise due to their achievable durability and color consistency. Choosing the right company like Hanstone creates such a look of singular elegance and luxuriousness. Its deep, rich colors and lustrous sheen make it the choice material for upscale applications. Plus, its quality construction offers durability against bending and pressing impact.
hanstone surfacing comes from the top manufacturer of natural quartz surfaces in North America. It is manufactured at the most advanced, environmentally-friendly manufacturing facility. Hanstone surfacing is ideal for countertops, vanities, and bar tops; it can also be used in reception areas and conference rooms. Natural Quartz, one of the hardest minerals in nature, is combined with high-quality pigment and polymer resin to create a luxurious, durable stone surface. Hanstone surfacing is a top choice for builders around the globe because of all these attributes.
A contributing factor to why Hanstone surfacing is chosen is because it can be maintained easily. It is non-porous and is resistant to heat, stains, and scratches.
HanStone surfacing has been designed to resist heat. As a result, it can be exposed to normal cooking environments for short periods and not get damaged. Although Quartz is more resistant to heat than other surfacing materials, any surfacing material, including stone, can be damaged by sudden or prolonged temperature changes. Therefore, hot pads and trivets should be used whenever hot pans, pots, or other heat-generating kitchenware are placed on the Hanstone surface.
The durable surface of HanStone surfacing is built to withstand everyday use. It is impervious to cuts and scratches. However, it should not be cut directly. You can ensure that the quartz surface remains beautiful for a long time by using cutting boards and being careful not to drop or move large objects.
Quartz should not be exposed to strong chemicals or solvents. These chemicals and solvents may be found in household products such as paint removers, stain and paint strippers that contain trichloroethane, methylene chloride, nail varnish removers and bleach, furniture cleaners, and oil soaps. They also can be found in chemicals with high alkalinity/PH levels (oven cleaners and drain openers). Avoid cleaning products that contain oil, powders, or abrasives.
As you decide your next new countertops, consider Hanstone surfacing. Quartz will never be a material you will regret choosing.
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