Quartz Countertops Henderson, NV

Get a beautiful, low maintenance quartz countertop in your kitchen to make your kitchen the centerpiece of your home!

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With so many options in kitchen remodels, it can be daunting to pick the right countertop to really make it pop. Quartz is now one of the leading countertop choices, and for good reason! If you’re looking for the perfect balance of aesthetic appeal and durability, quartz should be your top choice!

Quartz countertops come in a variety of stunning colors and designs, making it an extremely popular choice for savvy homeowners across the US. Quartz, unlike marble or granite, isn’t  full slab of stone. Rather, each quartz countertop is made in a factory.

It’s durability is second to none, with the resins included in the mix making it non-porous and scratch resistant. On top of that quartz never has to be sealed, giving you a lifetime of beauty with none of the hassle typically associated with other types of mined slabs.

Call us today for a fast, free quote to see if quartz is the right choice for your home. Our expert installers and designers will be patient and help you through the decision making process, ensuring you come away with the countertop of your dreams! 

We currently serve Henderson, Anthem, Las Vegas, Summerlin and all other Clark county communities!

Quartz Countertop Fact

You may hear the terms quartz and quartzite in your hunt for the countertop of your dreams, but don’t get them confused! Quartz is engineered in a factory and quartzite is 100% natural stone that is mined, cut into slabs like granite, and polished. They can look very similar but are very different in terms of composition!

Are Quartz Countertops Right For Your Home?

Quartz countertops have become wildly popular with homeowners. A survey in 2019 found that quartz was chosen 51% of the time, with marble coming in second place at just 29%! Once you learn about the characteristics of quartz as a countertop choice, you’ll understand why so many homeowners opt for this sturdy and gorgeous option!

When choosing they type of countertops to install in your home, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of each type. Below are a list of pros and cons associated with quartz countertops. 


Quartz Is Anti-Microbial

The resin used in quartz countertops actually creates a non-porous surface that blocks odor causing bacteria, mold, mildew and stains from penetrating the surface. This makes it a highly attractive option over natural stone slabs. Quartz allows for minimal upkeep while maintaining a gorgeous aesthetic appeal for years and years.

It’s Very Low Maintenance

Compared to natural stone or butcher block countertops (wood), quartz is a breeze to maintain! Simply wipe with soap and water for daily or weekly maintenance. Any surface stains can be quickly removed with light scrubbing, which is preferable for many homeowners. Just be sure to not use very harsh scrubbers, as it can decrease the countertop’s luster. Harsh chemicals can also have a negative impact on the look of your quartz countertop by breaking down the bonds of the chemical bonds. So, be careful and always opt for light chemicals if you decide to use something other than soapy water to clean your counters.

It’s Often The Best Choice From A Design Perspective

Because it’s resin based, quartz offers more options when it comes to different shapes and lengths. Marble and other natural stone types often are more difficult to cut because of chipping, and seams are very rarely seen in your slab when it comes to a quartz option. It’s more flexible and you have much more freedom when it comes to design (multiple color and style options)


Quartz Can Be Pricey

Like granite and marble, quartz slabs can be much more expensive that cheaper options like wood, concrete or laminate. Oftentimes this isn’t too much of an issue because the appeal of quartz and it’s low maintenance properties. Call us today to get updated pricing and see if it fits into your renovation budget.

It Doesn’t Do Well In high Heat Environments

This may seem like a big negative because Henderson, NV can serve up some scorching heat in the Summer months. However, this con only really applies to temperatures over 350 degrees. This means that it doesn’t matter as much how hot it gets in your home, but does matter if you accidentally place hot pans on the surface. If you use a trivet when placing hot pans on your counter you should be fine. Most people only ever experience issues if they become forgetful and place an extremely hot pan on the surface for extended periods of time.

It’s Not The Best Choice For Outdoor Countertops

Direct sunlight for sustained periods of time can wear away the colors of your countertop. The bright Las Vegas Sun can wreak havoc on your countertop, causing warping and possibly splitting. There aren’t any suppliers currently that offer quartz countertops that are approved for outdoor, direct Sun use. This shouldn’t be a problem now that you know you should only install it indoors.

Other Quartz Countertops Uses: Beyond The Island

With quartz countertops having so much design versatility, why should it be limited to your kitchen?! Our quartz countertop options go well beyond kitchen use and are perfect for other areas of the home!


Adding quartz to your bathroom will add a luxurious feel to one of your most used areas. Add it as a top layer of your tub to experience bathing like a queen. As it’s non porous, it can be a worthwhile, long lasting addition to the place you use for peace and relaxation.

It can also be used beautifully as a shower seat! It’s also great for bathroom vanities!

Laundry Rooms

Spruce up the look of your laundry room with a quartz countertop. Not only will it look beautiful when you’re dealing with the hassle of laundry, but it won’t be marred by the occasional detergent spillage that comes more often than some would like to admit.

Call us today to discuss how to bring the gorgeous appeal of quartz to other areas in your home that might need a subtle and low maintenance design boost!

Quartz Countertop Fact

With so much design versatility and low maintenance nature, you’ve probably walked on quartz recently! Many malls, airports and high end retailers use quartz flooring to give an appealing shopping experience to it’s customers. This should give you a good idea about how durable this engineered stone can be for your home!

Quartz Countertop FAQ

We understand you still may have questions about whether or not quartz is the right material for your kitchen countertop. Below we’ve answered some of the most common questions about it. Please call us if you have any more questions, or to discuss options for your home.

Q. Is Quartz Seamless?

A. Great question! Although quartz is more versatile than natural stone slabs, it entirely depends on the measurements of your kitchen counters. All slabs of any kind tend to max out at a certain length, which means seams will exist in the quartz if your cabinets are longer than 125″. Seams are much less visible with quartz than with other natural stone slabs, but if your measurements are less than 125″ in length, your countertops will most likely be seamless.

Q. Is Quartz Less Expensive Than Marble or Granite?

A. It depends. If you get a low level granite or marble countertop, it’s likely that quartz will be more expensive. However, if you are comparing high grade natural stone vs quartz, it’s most likely going to be less expensive than the natural stone. Our design experts will be able to walk you through grades and help you make the best decision for your budget.

Q. What Should I Be Aware of With My New Quartz Countertops?

A. Quartz is extremely tough and durable, however it can be affected by extreme, direct heat. Although it’s typically not an issue, please remember to avoid placing pans fresh off the stove or out of the oven directly on your counter. It can also chip or break if enough force is applied to an edge, so try to avoid putting extremely heavy objects on the edges of your counter.

Q. Does Quartz Stain Easily?

A. No! Quartz is much less porous than it’s natural stone countertops and is resistant to oil, coffee (been there, done that), wine juice and most other common kitchen related spills. Simply wash with warm soapy water and you should have a stain free countertop for years to come!

Contact Our Quartz Specialists Today!

We are always to meet our new customers, so give us a call today to discuss your kitchen renovation project with us. Our design experts will patiently walk you through all of your stone slab options to find the right fit for your home. We currently serve the Henderson, Anthem, Silverado Ranch, Green Valley Ranch, Las Vegas, Summerlin, Blue Diamond and all other Clark county neighborhoods and cities!