Since Quartz is very popular with its color and has the absence of movement it is a great look for someone who is wanting a simple clean-cut kitchen. This allows you to have a minimalist style with almost no visible seams. One of the down sides of Quartz is its lack of resistances to temperature. Unlike Granite, if you place hot pots and pans on your counter it will stain with Quartz. Granite counters are heat resistant and can withstand the heat of hot pots and pans without damage to a certain temperature. Granite is also a natural stone that is hard enough to resist most abrasion, weathering, strong enough to bear significant weight, and it accepts a brilliant polish.
Quartz Countertop Pricing
Quartz Countertop Installation