Opal quartz is a composite stone made from 93% quartz crystals, bonding agents and additives to results in a highly durable and tough surface. You can use these products in applications such as bathrooms, kitchen worktops, walls and floors.
Opal is the brand name of a range of engineered quartz products. The company quartz produces surfaces that are non-porous and highly heat-resistant. Since technological quartz has zero porosity, it enables you to use in for a wide range of applications. Similarly, quartz surfaces avoid the proliferation of bacteria keeping hygiene in any area in which it is installed.
The use of Opal worktops and kitchen countertops is in high demand as work surfaces in bathrooms, receptions, floors, walls, etc. It also makes a perfect kitchen splashback material since its repellent characteristics keep these areas away from stains.
You can maintain the surfaces by using soapy warm water and a cloth. Likewise, products such as Windolene can also clean and wipe any dirt. For tough marks on polished surfaces you can also use soft scrub liquid and a souring pad.
Opal quartz worktops can be installed in maximum slab sizes of 3000×1400 mm and 3100×1600 mm, avoiding the need for joints regardless of the size of your kitchen. Similarly, you can choose Opal quartz worktops in thicknesses of 20 mm and 30 mm.
If a project requires a special look, you can also opt for marble inspired book-matched designs available in some outstanding colours of the collection.
Additionally, the brand offers a 15-year warranty for registered installations of quartz worktops in the UK.
Opal Quartz products are available in several countries over the world, including the USA, UK, India and the UEA amongst others.