that is far superior with durability and affordability
Concrete finish in countertops has been the trend for many years among proprietors. Concrete has become insanely popular as it provides the much-loved rustic look for bathrooms and kitchens. Despite the popularity of concrete, homeowners have rising concerns about the costs involved in its regular maintenance and its overall durability.
One of the most common complaints of homeowners is that concrete countertops are easily susceptible to stains, scratches, and heat. Although many use a sealing as a resistant, marks can still be shown from the surface because of its porous nature. The appearance of hairline cracks and the development of discolouration are also commonly experienced issues. Again, if you’re concerned about weight and space, concrete will not be a wise option as it requires extra weight and thickness.
A lot of homeowners are looking for a solution to these issues and fortunately, it has been found that quartz and other natural stones are ideal alternatives to concrete. Not only does quartz give the same rustic matte aesthetic that cement does, it also acts as a far superior resistant to stains and scratches.
Concrete-looking quartz presents a unique industrial look while it offers many pros that actual cement cannot match. Easy maintenance, affordability, and durability are some of the main perks of this substance. Because of its ability to get as thin as 2 cm in slabs, it is ideal for apartments and old houses where weight matters. Quartz also has an impressive range of colour selection, from exotic shades to basic white and grey that give a perfect stony texture.
Caesarstone® raw concrete and fresh concrete resemble the exact colour combination of an actual cement counter. It’s perfect for those who love the matte finish with a touch of raw feel. On the other hand, Q Quartz Concerto® is ideal for homemakers who embrace the smooth, polished, and elegant finish which is seen in most quartz countertops.
For more information on countertops, please contact Diamond Granite Countertops Inc.