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Artificial Stone Bathroom Tops

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Artificial Stone, Terrazzo, Sintered Stone, Porcelain, Nano Glass Stone and Quartz bathroom vanity tops are durable, resistant to stains and moisture and are easy to maintain. Stonecontact.com brings together different Artificial Marble, Terrazzo, Sintered Stone, Porcelain, Nano-Glass Stone and Quartz suppliers all around the world to get the perfect artificial stone for you with the best pricing.

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Is quartz a good choice for bathroom countertops?

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Yes! Quartz countertops typically cost between $115 and $200 per square foot. They are best used in bathrooms where a contemporary styling is desired, but they can also work well in heavy-use family bathrooms.

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Is Sintered Stone good for bathroom vanity tops?

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For increasing home value, Sintered Stone vanity tops add around 90% to 100% of its value. Sintered Stones are more durable compared to granite and other natural stones because of its composition.

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How much is a quartz top vanity?

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Quartz bathroom countertops are elegant, gorgeous and long-lasting, but they are not cheap! Prices for quartz bath countertops range from about $100 to $200 per square foot for the materials and professional installation.

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Which is better for bathrooms granite/marble or quartz?

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Quartz is a better choice than marble or granite for a bathroom vanity countertop. Since quartz is engineered and not a natural stone slab like marble or granite, it's less expensive and more eco-friendly. Unlike marble or granite, quartz is nonporous, making it less susceptible to bacteria and more durable.

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Are white quartz bathroom tops hard to keep clean?

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Unlike natural stone countertops, a quartz bathroom countertop, even a white one, never needs to be sealed to maintain its resistance to moisture, staining, and other damage.  Another cause of staining, particularly with a white quartz vanity top, is improper cleaning.

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