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The Difference Between Quartz and Quartzite Benchtops

Both the similarly named quartz and quartzite are popular materials for kitchen and bathroom benchtops, however they are not the same material and are different with respect to their cost, required maintenance, longevity, and appearance. The following guide will outline the main differences between these two materials.

Repairing Chips, Cracks, or Fissures in your Benchtop

If you have a chip in your benchtop, feel free to skip below to the appropriate section, as we need to begin with an explanation about how to determine whether you have a crack or a fissure in your benchtop (because it may not be immediately obvious which one you have got).

Granite Bathroom Benchtops: The Pros and Cons

There are a very wide variety of different benchtop materials available today: from eco-friendly novelties like recycled glass to good old-fashioned formica, anyone can find the perfect benchtop material to fit their bathroom, no matter how luxurious or eclectic the style.

Replacing A Benchtop

Our team here at Stone Tech are most likely the most unique fabricators of stone in all of Australia, as we specialise in unique or one-off designs. With the most modern tools and technology used by the most skilled tradesmen who are passionate about stonework, we can ensure you get finished products of a very high quality that provide permanent style and luxury. Our customer service is also hard to beat.

Talking Stone

While you do your research about what sort of stone benchtop you want to buy for your kitchen or bathroom renovation, you are probably going to come across some terminology at some point which you are not familiar with.

What Is Engineered Stone?

The term "engineered stone" refers to a composite slab of stone that is generally made from around 90% crushed quartz and which is bound together using a polymer resin.

Deciding Between Quartz & Granite For Your Benchtops

While attempting to make a new look or feel in your kitchen, finding just the right benchtop is not always easy, and can also become extremely time-consuming. The wide variety of benchtop materials available don't make the selection process any easier.

Reasons For Choosing Marble For Your Next Bathroom Renovation

Here is the rock hard truth of the matter: although the finishing touches you add on to your new bathroom - things like shower hooks, mirrors, cabinets, etc. - can make a huge difference in the overall ambiance of your room, the most important thing for the overall appearance of your space, the substance of your bathroom, if you will, is the quality of your basic building materials.

Everything You Need to Know About Stone Benchtops

The right benchtop can really make your kitchen. And it is a surface that you and your family will make great use of together, not only for preparing meals or casual eating, but even for paying your bills or helping your kids with their homework.

Natural Stone Benchtops For The Kitchen

As both a cook and a designer I often get asked about which materials are best for kitchen benchtops. My answer is always honed marble (my personal favourite varieties are statuary or Carrara) or soapstone. I really enjoy their mellow appearance set against the polished fixtures of my kitchen and its semigloss-painted cabinets.

The Advantages of Marble Benchtops

There are a wide variety of different stone materials to choose from for your kitchen or bathroom benchtops, such as sandstone or granite. You may, however, find yourself wondering about the advantages, if any, of having a marble benchtop, as many residents of Sydney in particular have begun to do so.

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