Classic Quartz Stone is proud to be one of the UK’s leading suppliers of Quartz, offering a wide range of colors and designs to enhance both commercial and residential properties. Established in 2014, CQ Stone initially held a modest collection of 10 designs. However, over the years, they have successfully expanded their range, now offering an impressive selection of over 60 designs.
CQ Stone are constantly looking for inspiration to enhance their exclusive collection with the latest market trends. they always strive to optimize the quality of their products by staying connected to the ever-evolving industry.
Quartz, a stunning non-porous surface, which effortlessly maintains its appearance with minimal upkeep. Imagine your quartz forever youthful, its radiance preserved. Classic Quartz Stone slabs have a generous 10-year warranty and provide invaluable guidance on caring for and maintaining their quartz surfaces. Crafted with 93% stone and 7% resin, Classic Quartz Stone slabs exude elegance and durability.
With sizes ranging from 3000x1400mm to 3200x1600mm, available in both 20mm and 30mm thickness, these versatile pieces are perfect for a variety of applications. They can be used as tiles, kitchen worktops, bathroom countertops, fireplaces, wet rooms, and so much more.
You can check out the full range of Classic Quartz Stones below, and for further information on these or the other surfaces we offer, contact us today.
Why choose a quartz surface?
- Quartz has a rich and luxurious appearance
- It is a nonporous material, which makes it very hygienic (ideal for kitchens)
- Excellent durability and long lifespan
- Quartz is very easy to maintain
- Quartz tabletops can be engineered to include virtually any colour
- A wide variety of styles is available, so you can design a truly unique indoor space
- Quartz surfaces can be designed to have a uniform look and feel, which is ideal for large installations
However, there are also a handful of disadvantages:
- Provides a contemporary look, which may not be suitable for some locations
- More expensive than other types of stone
- Not as resistant to heat as granite
Check out our quartz suppliers
If you’d like to discover some of the lovely quartz worktops we supply click on each of the brands below.