Quartz Surfacing

What is Quartz Surfacing?

Simply put, Quartz Surfacing is man-made stone.

Quartz slabs are created in a factory using 93-95% natural crushed quartz and 5-7% natural resins, pigments, and binders. While quartz surfacing is typically used for countertops, it can be used in a wide variety of both vertical and horizontal applications. Regardless of where it is used, quartz surfacing provides the look and feel of natural granite without the ongoing maintenance required for natural stone.

Exceeded in toughness and durability only by diamond, sapphire, and topaz, natural quartz won’t scratch and is virtually indestructible. Quartz countertops resist stains from cooking and cleaning products and stand strong against scratches and cracks. Quartz surfacing is so resilient it is considered by some to be even more durable and longer lasting than natural granite!

The colors and patterns of quartz surfacing are typically uniform throughout the slabs and, to a lesser extent, from slab to slab. Depending on the ingredients used when manufacturing the quartz slabs, the material might have a glassy or metallic flecked appearance if produced using coarsely ground quartz, while a smoother appearance will emerge when the quartz is finely ground. Slab sizes vary from manufacturer to manufacturer and sometimes from color to color. Since quartz slabs are manufactured using all natural materials, samples are only representative and may not exactly match the final product.

Quartz surfacing is a seamed product. Even though we can help you to minimize their quantity and appearance, all seams in quartz surfacing will be plainly visible. Some patterns and colors make seams more visible than others, so be sure to ask us about the colors and patterns to best camouflage them for your project. Something else to consider is that quartz surfacing can lose color if exposed to sunlight for an extended amount of time, so quartz surfacing should always be installed indoors.


TowerCountertops Silestone Quartz.White Arabesque

Silestone is available in more than 90 colors, ensuring the perfect look and feel for all designs and projects. The three available textures, polished, suede and volcano, allow for endless possibilities.

Silestone is the perfect option for kitchen and bathroom countertops over and above other traditional materials such as granite or natural stone.


TowerSurfaces Hanstone Quartz Pewter

Live Beautifully™ with Hanstone Quartz. Hanstone is offered in more than 60 colors and patterns, ensuring the perfect complement to your personal style.

Choose the Boutique Collection for a look of understated elegance or the Unearthed Collection for a feeling of warmth through the subtle, tonal shades of nature’s palette. Regardless of your taste, Hanstone has the color and pattern to complete your look.

TowerSurfaces Hanstone Quartz Pewter


TowerSurfaces Q Premium Natural Quartz

Sleek and Sophisticated.

Glamorous styles, mod colors, and life-long durability come together in Q Premium Natural Quartz for envy-inducing looks that stand the test of time.

Q Premium Natural Quartz comes in a wide range of patterns, including realistic marble-looks, modern concrete-looks, and nature-inspired looks. Colors range from icy white tones to midnight black tones, and virtually everything in between.

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