Ivyland, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/22/2019 -- Suburban Marble & Granite offers so many different countertop materials that making a decision can sometimes be difficult. With marble and granite in the name, it's easy to forget about the benefits of a quartz countertop that might make sense for a modern kitchen. Suburban Marble and Granite is proud to offer quartz countertops to Malvern and its surrounding areas and knows what to look for when making this decision.
One of people's favorite parts about quartz is that it can ultimately save homeowners time and money in routine maintenance of the countertop. There is no need for quartz counters to be re-sealed, and since it is non-porous, it's better for keeping outside contaminants out. Because of this, homeowners will save some time, and tending to the kitchen will be easier.
Perhaps the most significant benefit of quartz is that it is almost entirely natural, with no outside elements incorporated into the slabs. These natural elements include resins found in quartz that make it resistant to cracks, stains, and bacteria.
Because of these natural elements, quartz also has noteworthy environmental benefits. Any outside elements that are added to quartz come from clean recycled materials, with very little outside synthetic materials and exposure to mining and manufacturing.
Regardless of whether quartz, granite, or marble is the right choice, Suburban Marble & Granite will have the right selection to upgrade any kitchen in Eastern Pennsylvania. NJ residents can now get in on this as well, as they can now find marble, granite, and quartz countertops in Ocean City. Those looking for a new touch to their kitchen should contact Suburban Marble & Granite today.
About Suburban Marble & Granite
For 25 years, Suburban Marble & Granite has been the largest natural stone fabricator, servicing customers in Bucks County, PA, New Jersey and surrounding areas. This family and veteran-owned company have won the Best of Bucks 9 years in a row for their quality products and customer service. By importing their stones from quarries around the world, they can deliver first-choice marble, granite, quartzite, and more.
To learn more information, visit www.suburbanmarble.com.