Quartz versus Granite

When it comes to selecting the perfect benchtops for your kitchen or bathroom, two of the most popular materials are Quartz and Granite. Both have their own unique qualities, but which one is the best fit for your home?
Quartz vs. Granite

Which Benchtops Material is Right for You?

Which one is the best fit for your home? In this guide, we’ll compare the two materials side by side so
you can make an informed decision.

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Quartz Benchtops

Our Quartz slabs are engineered with natural quartz crystals mixed with resins, pigments, and other additives. This process makes them highly customizable and available in a wide range of colours and styles. Engineered quartz is incredibly durable and resistant to scratches, stains, and heat. It is non-porous, which means it doesn’t absorb liquids and is less prone to bacteria growth.

Granite Benchtops

Granite is a natural stone sourced from quarries around the world. It is renowned for its beauty and uniqueness, with each slab having a distinct pattern and colour. Granite Benchtops are highly durable and heat-resistant but require more maintenance than Quartz. Because Granite is porous, it needs to be sealed regularly to prevent stains and bacterial growth.
Counter top options for blue bathroom accessories: quartz versus granite.
some factors to consider

So which one should you choose?

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Quartz tends to be more expensive than granite, but it’s also more customizable and requires less maintenance in the long run.
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Do you prefer the natural beauty of granite, or the wide range of colour options available with quartz?
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If you don’t mind sealing your benchtops regularly, granite might be a good option for you. If you want something that requires less upkeep, quartz may be a better fit.
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If you’re a serious cook who spends a lot of time in the kitchen, you might prefer the heat resistance and durability of granite.


No matter which material you choose, both quartz and granite are excellent options for benchtops. They are both durable, beautiful, and will add value to your home. It all comes down to your personal preferences and lifestyle.

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