FAQ

Q1.‌ ‌Is‌ ‌quartz‌ ‌affordable?‌

On an average the quartz stone is always on the list of affordable stones as it does not require to invest much on its maintenance expenses unlike the natural stones such as marble and granite.

Q.2 Why Madhav Surfaces?

Using the most technologically advanced equipment and machinery, Madhav Surfaces produces quartz surfaces that are not only durable and safe but also have timeless appeal. Customer satisfaction is our ultimate goal and also, we strive to produce the most useful product.

Q.3 Where does the quartz come from?

Quartz is an engineered stone made up of the material and minerals which are extracted from the earth’s crust. These are then processed with resins, pigments, and other compounds to create quartz slabs.

Q.4 What makes quartz different from marble and granite?

Quartz is an engineered man-made stone unlike natural stones such as marble and granite. It can offer consistency in terms of pattern and designs and also, it can be customized according to customer’s preferences. However, the natural stones doesn’t offer the customization feature.

Q.5 How can we maintain quartz surfaces?

Using mild soaps and dishwashers, safe degreasers, and avoiding high acidic and alkaline products can help in sustaining the shine and beauty of quartz stone for long years.

Q.6 Why choose quartz over natural stone?

Quartz stone is harder, safer, and easier to maintain than any other natural stones. Also being non-porous, unlike natural stones, it entertains no bacteria and is hygienic too

Q.7 Where can I use a quartz surface?

Quartz surfaces are non-porous which means they are hygienic and durable. Also, these are one of the most sought out materials for restrooms and kitchens. Else, be it staircases, backsplashes, fireplace around, flooring, or any area,a quartz surface can be adaptable to any place of your choice.

Q.8 Can quartz resist scratches and stains?

Quartz is resistant to scratches and stains to a great extent but not 100%. The extreme pressure and the usage may damage the surface but the silver lining generally has a scope of repair. Also if you use only pH-neutral cleaners or those that are specifically made for quartz, then it can help to prevent the maximum stains.

Q.9 Is quartz good for outdoor areas?

Yes, Quartz can be used in outdoor areas but make sure that it is not exposed directly to the sunlight. Direct sunlight can melt the resins and polymers which can lead to the deterioration of the quartz surface.‌

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