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Homeowners know that new countertops are one of the most impactful updates you can make to your kitchen. If you want your home to feel clean and modern or classic and elegant, countertop replacement is one of the first things you will want to do. But how do you choose the right countertops? Should you go with granite countertops, laminate countertops, natural quartz, other natural stone, or manufactured quartz countertops?
One of the materials we recommend for your kitchen counters is manufactured quartz. Quartz is an extremely low-maintenance, heat-resistant, scratch-resistant option that coordinates well with a variety of backsplashes. Quartz doesn’t need a sealant like other stone materials, and manufacturers can make quartz in a variety of colors, designs, and styles.
When you choose Quest Interiors for your new countertop installation or countertop replacement, you know that you are getting the absolute highest quality in quartz, granite, or marble countertops with a price that cannot be beaten. We fabricate our countertops in-house, allowing us to give our customers the best wholesale pricing available. We save you money by eliminating the middle-man and we are proud to pass those savings along to our customers—you get your new solid surface countertops for less without sacrificing quality!
If you are considering countertop replacement or are installing new bathroom or kitchen countertops, quartz countertops engineered by Cambria and fabricated for your home by Quest Interiors will get you the best in price, beauty, and durability. Other popular countertop materials such as granite and marble require regular sealing and polishing because of their porous nature. Quartz is naturally stain-resistant and maintenance-free—all it takes to clean these countertops is warm water and a soft cloth with a mild soap when needed. Also, because quartz is nonporous and nonabsorbent, it will not draw in and trap moisture that harbors harmful bacteria and mold. Quartz is also much harder than either granite or marble, so you know you are getting a durable product that won’t chip, scratch, or fade as time goes by. Cambria’s quartz also allows for a longer countertop overhang than you can get with marble or granite. The demand for quartz has been on the rise for the past several years as more people discover the incredible benefits it offers over alternative countertop options.
In celebrating our 16th anniversary as your trusted flooring, cabinetry, and wholesale countertop destination, Quest Interiors expanded our distribution facility to begin fabricating our own quartz countertops on-site. As we have been selling quartz countertops from Cambria for many years, we’ve become familiar enough with the product to confidently bring the fabrication under our roof so our customers can save money on quality countertop replacement.
Manufacturing quartz slabs is what Cambria does; fabricating them into countertops is what we are able to do at Quest Interiors. Manufacturing is a large scale process that converts raw materials into a finished product—in this case a quartz slab. Fabricating is the process of constructing products from a finished material—in this case, fabricating a quartz countertop out of a quartz slab.
Bringing countertop fabrication in-house was a process that took a lot of time and planning, and we invested in the best technologies available today to ensure the quality of our product and services. From the moment you pick out your product, we utilize a laser templator that is capable of measuring far more precisely than a human being with measuring tape. The laser templator then creates an electronic drawing that we upload into a CAD program which is modified to “speak” to the machine, which then does the fabrication of the countertop. By reducing the number of people needed to “touch” each countertop we fabricate, we are decreasing the likelihood of mistakes and are cutting costs in order to provide a better, more affordable service and product. Check out the video below for a closer look at our fabrication process.
Quartz countertops have grown in popularity over the years, along with granite and marble. We can help you select the perfect counters for your kitchen with the texture and look that fit your style and budget.
If you’re looking to upgrade your kitchen countertops for the best food prep experience, designer look, and functionality possible, now is the best time to get the kitchen you’ve dreamed of at a price you can afford. Our experts will guide you through the entire process from start to finish.