More and more New Jersey homeowners are discovering the beauty of gold quartz countertop colors. These unique countertops are made of ground quartz, resin and gold pigment. Because of the way they’re made, these trendy countertops lack pores, fissures, and seams that can attract and hold dirt and grime or become a breeding ground for mold and mildew. These trendy countertops are also very strong, yet flexible. Quartz countertops are so hard that cooks should avoid knifework directly on them, for they will dull the knives. Read on to learn more about design ideas including gold quartz colors. These colors will help you shape your unique kitchen design vision. They will also bring an air of sophistication and refinement to a room.
Some Facts About Quartz
Quartz is silicon dioxide and is found everywhere on Earth. It is part of the makeup of every kind of rock, including sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous. Gold quartz can even be found in nature, though it is not as tough as the quartz used to make our trendy countertops at Quartz New Jersey and is much more subject to damage and staining.
How to Use Gold Quartz Countertop Colors in a Kitchen
These beautiful and trendy countertops can be used to enhance the attractiveness of a kitchen that is already full of warm colors. An example would be a kitchen with cabinets made of blond, lightly varnished wood and a floor laid with tan or beige tiles. The gold quartz countertop can be placed on the kitchen island, around the sink and on top of the floor cabinets. Matching gold quartz tiles can also be used as a backsplash.
A gold quartz countertop can also be a part of a kitchen with darker woods and polished metal. There can be a countertop on an island that contains its own stainless steel sink with chrome faucets or a cook top. Counters on the island can also be fashionably two-tiered. Gold quartz can also form the counter that borders the top of a stove ventilated by a polished metal ventilation hood.
Gold color will work well with both warm and cool tones in your kitchen and bring instant elegance.
What are the Benefits of Quartz Countertops?
Quartz countertops, including our gold countertops, don’t need to be sealed like countertops made of natural stone such as granite or marble. They resist etching, scratching, heat and staining and the color saturates the slab. Because pigment is added in precise amounts, our customer can get a replacement for a damaged quartz countertop in exactly the same color. This is nearly impossible for a countertop of natural stone.
To keep that gorgeous gold color of your quartz countertop, clean it with just a damp, clean cloth and a drop of dishwashing detergent, then rinse it off.
How Our Quartz Countertops are Made
Making our unique countertops is quite a process. Quartz boulders are crushed and mixed with an agglomerate, powder and in our gold countertops, gold and other types of pigment. This makes it possible to form a block or slab of engineered stone. The material is cured for a week or so, then cut with a wet cutter or a diamond blade to thicknesses of 12, 20 or 30 millimeters. The typical slab of quartz is a little bit less than 10 feet long by 5 feet wide, but our professionals are able to cut a slab to a customer’s exact specifications.
For more information about our unique countertops made of gold quartz, call us at 973-302-2071 or come to our showroom at 1107 Route 23 South in Wayne, New Jersey. Our professional staff will be happy to help you make the right decision.
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