Quartz countertops offer an alternative to ever popular granite and marble as stone in kitchen design. One of the unique advantages is that quartz is one of nature’s hardest minerals. The hardness of the stone can go a long way into durability for countertops and prevention of chipping or cracking of the stone. This countertops are aesthetically pleasing in the same way as other stones helping beautify the look of your kitchen. The pictures here feature a product from Caesarstone. Their product is 93% crushed quartz that is combined with polymer resins and pigments. Caesarstone then uses intense pressure, vibration, and vacuum to create slabs which provide the foundation for the quartz countertops. The decision as to which type of stone to put in a kitchen is a difficult one. If you are considering quartz, then be sure and check out Caesarstone’s lifetime warranty.