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Artificial Stone Kitchen Tops

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Artificial stone, sintered stone, porcelain and quartz kitchen countertops have the feel and weight of natural stone and due to their colour consistency, they are better than any other natural stone. One of the main benefits of Artificial stone, quartz countertops is that they are extremely durable. Artificial stone kitchen countertops never have to be sealed, unlike granite, marble, and other surfaces that require regular maintenance. Artificial stone, sintered stone, porcelain and quartz kitchen countertops are scratch resistant, but due to their hardness they may dull a knife that is used directly on the surface.

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Is porcelain a good countertop?

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Porcelain kitchen countertops are extremely hard, durable and stand up to most impacts. Porcelain is also resistant to ultraviolet light which means it won't fade from sunlight so it's a great choice for outdoor kitchen countertops.

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Is porcelain countertop cheaper than granite countertop?

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In terms of material and installation cost, porcelain slabs offer a more affordable price than granite countertops. In terms of re-sealing process, both minerals can undergo the process but granite requires it more than porcelain. Moreover, both materials require low cleaning process.

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Do porcelain countertops chip easily?

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Porcelain, while extremely durable once installed, is very fragile during the fabricating process and can easily be chipped or cracked, which also makes finding an experienced fabricator highly important.

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Which is better porcelain countertop or quartz countertop?

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Both have various advantages and disadvantages. Quartz countertops are durable, as they are heat, and scratch resistant. Porcelain countertops are extremely durable as they are heat, scratch, and UV resistant which allows the surface to be installed as countertops, cladding, and flooring in both indoors and outdoor applications.

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Can I use terrazzo as countertop?

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The modern terrazzo is highly resistant to heat. This makes it suitable for kitchen countertops and backsplashes that are near the stove, oven and other heat sources. Despite containing marble chips, terrazzo countertops cool down very fast, unlike natural marble countertops.

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Which is more expensive granite or quartz?

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Quartz and granite countertops are priced similarly per square foot, with granite counters having the wider variation in price. Granite can be more expensive than quartz at times, based on the availability of a color and pattern. Quartz, on the other hand, is heavier and requires a professional installer.

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Is quartz good for kitchen counters?

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Quartz is a fantastic material not only for kitchen countertops but also for bathrooms, fireplaces, bars, and any other area of your home. It's an extremely versatile material due to its durability and variety of colors and designs.

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Do quartz kitchen countertops easily stain or scratch?

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Quartz is scratch-resistant, but not scratch-proof. Remember that although your quartz countertops are incredibly durable, they are not cutting boards. Never cut directly on your countertops to avoid scratching the finish and making the stone more vulnerable to staining.

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