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The beauty of quartz countertops is truly unmatched. The performance and durability of engineered surfaces are one of a kind. This countertop product begins with the finest quartz crystals, one of nature’s hardest minerals, which are then combined with polyester resins and pigments to create the look of natural stone without the high maintenance. With a quartz countertop, you truly get the best of both worlds – beauty and function.

Unlike natural stone countertops, quartz is non-­porous, so it never needs sealing, conditioning or polishing. And, quartz countertops are engineered to stand up to the rigors of today’s busy lifestyles, offering a scratch-­resistant, stain-­resistant surface that also resists mold and mildew, making it both durable and hygienic.

With over 70 colors and patterns, inspired by the most breathtaking hues and textures in nature, there’s a Cutting Edge Countertops quartz countertop to fit every taste and every environment, classic to contemporary. As part of our Expert Edge process, the premium quartz countertops in our exclusive Studio Collection are available to be delivered and installed to you in an expedited manner.

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The beauty of natural stone. The performance and durability of engineered surfaces. Cutting Edge Countertops offers our Quartz Studio Collection, a curated portfolio of quartz countertop colors and designs that are beautiful, affordable and quickly installed. Ask about the benefits of this material or let us help you find the right match for your kitchen or bath project!

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At Cutting Edge Countertops, we offer our customers a wide variety of amenities and additions that go well beyond the surface. Ask our experts how we can effectively work with you to provide a truly differentiating countertop solution that is tailored to meet your distinct needs and ideal vision. Quartz countertops are unlike natural stone countertops in that they are an engineered stone made from ground quartz crystals, joined together with resins and pigments to give it it’s unique color varieties. The resin helps the quartz countertops acquire stain, non-porous, and scratch resistant properties. Additionally, these types of countertops do not need to be sealed. Granite, on the other hand, does require a protective top-coat every few years.

Engineered Quartz Countertops

In the past, the more popular argument against quartz countertops was about the stone lacking color and pattern variations that you would commonly get with natural stones like granite, marble, quartzite or soapstone. Fortunately for homeowners, manufacturing companies now offer chromatic slab variations with swirls, veining, flecks, and patterns that make it harder for shoppers to differentiate from competing materials. When you are looking at the many quartz countertops colors and options, you should keep in mind that you can also have the choice of picking a finish option. You can decide on one with a polished, sandblasted, or honed treatment. These various types of finishes can create a drastically different look for your space. We encourage you to come visit a Cutting Edge Countertops facility near you to check out the hundreds of quartz options we have available.

Quartz Countertops vs Granite

Are you looking for the difference between quartz countertops vs granite? This is a very popular question that is asked by many homeowners looking to build a home or renovate. To start off, granite is an incredibly hard stone that is 100% natural. Granite is mined from quarries from all over the world. This stone is cut into slabs and then polished to create a beautiful finished look. Quartz, on the other hand, is not 100% natural. It is manufactured with ground up quartz minerals (up to 95% natural) and the rest is made up of polymer resin. One thing to keep in mind is the appearance of both granite and quartz. Granite stone comes in a variety of very different patterns and colors because of the unique way in which it is formed. Quartz stone has gained popularity all over the world because of its looks and function. It is a great alternative to natural stone, particularly in a kitchen.  There are many differences between these two popular stone but no matter which one you choose, we know that you will be happy working with us.

Quartz Countertop Colors That Won’t Leave You Wanting More

If you are in search of top-quality countertop products that will help with the aesthetic and transformation of your commercial or residential property all while working within your budget frame, then you may want to consider our beautiful quartz countertops. We are well-known as the best kitchen and bath quartz countertop supplier in the Midwest. Quartz countertops are popularly used in a variety of ways for home remodeling and design purposes. This high-quality stone improves the appearance of any space, giving it a very nice and elegant finish that will leave you impressed. Cutting Edge Countertops offers a broad selection of quartz countertops for your bathroom and or kitchen design. Quartz countertops are considered to be one of the most durable stone options on the market. Quartz is also extremely beautiful and always catches the attention of new shoppers! There are many quartz countertop colors to choose from, including (but are not limited to!) whites, greys, blacks, browns, reds, greens, creams and so much more.


At Cutting Edge Countertops, we offer our customers a wide variety of amenities and additions that go well beyond the surface. Ask our experts how we can work with you to provide a truly differentiating solution tailored to meet your distinct needs and ideal vision.


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