ains some of the differences among quartz and granite.
One of the main differences is from where the rock originates. Quartz is a mineral that’s much like Sand. For the creation of a quartz slab, the granules of quartz are mixed together with resins and polymers. They are then compressed to form a solid slab. Quartz is also referred to engineered stone.
Granite However, it is a natural stone which originates from the earth’s crust. Granite is formed when magma lava and rock cool down and solidify. The pattern and the intricacies of each granite slab is unique in the specific slab.
Another distinction is porosity. Granite, as well as the other natural stones are very porous. Granite countertops need to be stained frequently to make them stain and water resistant. Quartz is water-resistant by design and does not require sealing.
Granite is more prone to maintenance an overall basis than quartz. The two materials can compete in terms of price. Your lifestyle will determine which one you select. Take a look at this video to get more information.