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We also supply granite, sintered stone, marble and onyx.

We do not sell ready-made quartz tiles. We cut quartz stone in tiles size based on your request.

No! we highly recommend you look for a specialist in the field, especially solid surface, which requires a different fabrication and installation method.

We do not outsource fabrication services at the moment.

No, we sell stones in slab form only.

No! we specializing in stone works only. A best practice is hiring a stone supplier to cooperate with your carpenter to build your kitchen cabinet. Each of them specializes in their field.

Don't hesitate to get in touch with us to discuss.

It depends on location and the size of the stoneworks. Our sales reps will break down the cost in the quotation.

Quartz Stone

Genuine quartz stone comes with 10 years warranty on crack, chip-off and discolouration without any impact.

Good question. Besides quartz material. The price also includes the composition of quartz stone, R&D, materials origin, the challenge to produce and others.

Yes, the market is complicated now. There is genuine quartz stone, compressed marble sell as quartz stone and artificial quartz stone with low-grade composition.

Drip a drop of Harpic Black or Acid on the surface, and genuine quartz stone has no chemical reaction.

Depends on the composition, quarts stone resists heat between 150 - 200 degrees celsius.

Quartz stone is bond by resin. It's almost impossible to crack without impact or even thermal expansion.

Quartz stone is bond by resin. It's almost impossible to crack without impact or even thermal expansion.

No, every 10 feet has a joining line.

No, we either sell you the quartz stone slab for your stonemason to work for you or supply and install a quartz stone countertop for you.

No, we either sell you the quartz stone slab for your stonemason to work for you or supply and install a quartz stone countertop for you.

Yes, the white colour oxidises over time. Direct sunlight (UV rays) will fasten the process. It's part of fair wear and tears.

It depends on the kitchen top environment. It might take five years to ten years. One thing for sure, you can't notice by your eyes unless you put a new batch of the same material beside it.

Yes, quartz stone resists most household chemicals, but not heavy duty or industrial chemicals.