Quartz VS. Granite


As with any material, the visual differences between  granite and quartz are a matter of taste. Some people prefer the natural  and unique look of granite. Others like the wider variety of patterns  and colors offered by quartz. 


Granite is often cited as the most durable natural  countertop material available and is known for resisting cracks and  chips. As a manmade material, quartz rates a bit higher on the hardness  scale and is slightly more resistant to damage.  


With proper annual re-sealing, granite is  very resistant to stains. Minor scratches or dings in granite can be  filled in with color-matching epoxy or resin. Quartz is a nonporous material, which allows it to repel  coffee, oil, and even food coloring without sealing. 

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