GRANITE OR QUARTZ? DEPENDS ON THE KITCHEN

June 24, 2018

According to Houzz research, countertops are the "top [desired] feature to splurge on during kitchen renovations" and most people pick either granite or engineered quartz. Both granite and quartz are popular choices because choosing a kitchen countertop usually begins with: How will it be used? Busy kitchens with lots of use need durability and low-maintenance, while open floor plans call for materials that naturally compliment the design style.

 

Vicostone is a quartz based engineered stone made for high-use kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities and other interior surfaces. It is made with up to 93% natural quartz minerals mixed with safe inorganic binders and resins. All Vicostone products are manufactured using authentic Bretonstone® technology and are GREENGUARD Gold Certified. With 100+ designs, Vicostone countertops are the best choice for kitchens that demand performance + style.

 

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Vicostone is More Durable Than Granite

Vicostone is harder than granite and engineered for busy interiors. Granite has to be regularly sealed and polished to fight off stains and scratches, while Vicostone is made to withstand regular use without the need to purchase specialty sealers or waxes. All Vicostone products come with a 10 to 15 year limited warranty.

 

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Quality Quartz Matters

 

Vicostone is made in Hanoi, Vietnam. All Vicostone slabs come from the same Hanoi factory and go through rigorous checks for quality and consistency. The Vicostone factory has five authentic Bretonstone® production lines creating millions of square feet of engineered quartz per year, making Vicostone one of the leading engineered stone manufacturers in the world.

 

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