8 Advantages of Classic Quartz Stone for Wall & Floor Tiles

Classic Quartz

Quartz tiles are one of the most popular materials to use around a home during renovations, because it offers a long list of benefits. During this overview we will discuss some of the great benefits that Quartz tiles have to offer your home when being used for flooring and walls. Check out our wide range of colours including Quartz Marble Range, Classic Quartz Range, Premier Range & Quartz Leather Finish Range!

Why Choose Quartz Tiles?

As briefly touched on, Quartz tiles have an amazing list of advantages to offer every homeowner. Quartz is one of the easiest to maintain materials that are available on the market and this is because they have been man made to be a non-porous stone.

Unlike natural stones such as Marble, your Quartz tiles will never need to be regularly resealed or have any regular treatments at all, which results in a superb condition for your tiles that is much easier and cost effective.

As Quartz stone is a non-porous stone, your daily cleaning routine has just been made easier as absolutely no spillages will soak into the surface.

This further means that Quartz has great stain resistant properties; so, if you ever accidentally spill something onto the surface then it will remain on top of the stone waiting to be cleaned away. All you have to do is wipe away with a clean, damp cloth as soon as possible to help ensure there is no staining.

Quartz tiles are also one of the best for people who are on a budget. Not only will Quartz be cheaper for the initial purchase, it is also cost effective throughout its lifetime too. As we said before, you will not have to spend out any additional cost for resealing treatments as it is just not needed.

As long as you take care of your Quartz tiles properly, there is absolutely no reason why they would not last you a lifetime.

Lastly, Quartz tiles are very durable and can withstand high amounts of traffic which makes it perfect for being used as flooring; especially for family homes. The material you use for wall and flooring applications will need to be able to cope with heavy objects, running, stomping and much more.