Cheap Quartz Countertop

Quartz is a man-made material with a non-porous surface that offers superior performance against staining, scratching, and scorching. It is maintenance free, with no sealing or special cleaners required. Keep nail polish remover, bleach, detergent, permanent markers or inks, and oil soaps away from your countertop.

Product Details

Manufactured Quartz Dining Table 

Product Information

 Item No:

SS6315 Summerly Navada


Natural quartz stone + resin + pigment

Available size

Quartz Slab: 

Long side can be 3000mm or 3200mm

short side can be 1400mm or 1600mm




96"X36", 76"X36", 98"X42", 76"X42", 86"X42"


15, 18, 20, 30mm

Surface Flatness




Compressive Strength

>200 Mpa

Alkali Resistance


Ideal Use

worktops, laundry,table tops,bench top, island tops, tub surrounds ,wall tile, etc.


Superior OEM products

Top quality

Competitive price

Excellent service

Strongest Staff & Team


Foam inside strong wooden crates with reinforced straps outside and fumigation

About Quartz

Quartz countertop slabs are sometimes almost indistinguishable from natural stone slabs.  In fact, quartz may be one of the strongest countertop materials available. This is while still being at the same working thickness as other materials.  Because quartz is made only of resin plus natural stone, it never requires resealing or waxing as marble or granite will. 


Quartz surfacing is so resilient it is considered even more durable and longer lasting than granite. The only downside here is that quartz surfacing cannot withstand heat over 400 degrees Fahrenheit, so a hot pad or trivet is recommended. 


Q: Is Summerly Quartz “Green”?

A: Yes. It's environmentally-friendly and healthy. No harmful emissions and no radiation from quartz slabs.  

Q: Are all quartz slabs the same?

A: No, quartz is available in varieties of colors and patterns.  

Q: Are all quartz engineered stone countertops the same?

A: No, quartz is available in a variety  of and patterns. Quartz can mimic granite precisely or other stone. 

Q: Can I cut directly on quartz?

A: No. Quartz is much harder than steel, so it should not be used as a cutting surface. You need a cutting board that is appropriate for cutting tools.

Q: Where is your major markets?

A: Our major markets lie in South America, North America, Europe.

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