Many of our customers spend weeks thinking over which colour and stone to use for their kitchen worktops. Black Quartz is one of the best options to choose from as it has a long list of advantages and brilliant selling points.
This overview of black Quartz will give you a quick highlight of what you need to know about the stone and why you should be choosing it for your home.
As black is incredibly dark, your worktop will therefore not show every single little mark that is made such as fingerprints. This allows your kitchen to look cleaner every day without having to worry about every fingerprint, tiny crumb or other minimal marks that you do not care to clean up straight away.
#2 On Trend
If you are one to keep up with the current style theme, then black Quartz is definitely one of your big options. Black is one of those colours that will never go out of style. You have heard of woman having that trusty ‘little black dress’? Well why not choose to have that colour within your home that everyone will always be jealous of?
#3 Scratch Resistant
Quartz is an incredible stone for being scratch resistant which makes it brilliant for being used within the kitchen area, as sharp objects will no doubt be used daily. However, while it is scratch resistant, we do suggest that you continue to use all of your normal precautions to minimise the potential risk.
#4 Heat Resistant
Similarly to being scratch resistant, this makes it perfect for kitchen areas as well. As you will be dealing with hot pots and pans on a daily basis, it is always a benefit to have a worktop that is heat resistant. You will no longer have to worry about any heat damage when placing hot pots and pans directly onto the surface, however, we do recommend that you continue to use heat pads to minimise the risk.
#5 Budget Friendly
Granite is perfect for those who wish to install their worktop and never have to pay out any further costs and Granite offers you just that. Granite will never need to be sealed or treated at all during its lifetime and therefore there really is zero costs on a long term basis.