Quartz vs Granite
When it comes to quartz countertop costs, quartz usually costs less than granite. Exact prices vary based on the size of the slab, design, and project.
Quartz and Granite cost
Granite is usually more expensive per square foot installed. Granite is rare and can take years to mine; it often travels great distances from the quarry to the installation site adding to its overall cost. On the other hand, Quartz is more plentiful and available in more places, reducing costs.
Features and benefits of Quartz
Quartz offers a high resistance to stains, scratches and common household chemicals, ensuring its long-lasting beauty and durability. Viatera does not require regular application of sealants, lowering the overall cost of ownership.
Learn more about LX Hausys’s Viatera quartz and find a safe, durable surface for your commercial or residential project