Natural and engineered stone are not limited to counters and floors.

Quartz Sinks in Central PA

In any bathroom or a kitchen, the sink is a central feature. While we may not give it too much thought, it’s something we use every day in either room. From brushing our teeth to doing the dishes after a delicious meal with the family, our sinks should provide great functionality to the room while remaining attractive.

At Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile, we will help you find the perfect quartz sink for your kitchen or bathroom remodel. With a variety of natural and artificial stone options available, we provide an excellent customer experience.

Quartz is a popular material used in a variety of applications, including kitchen and bathroom sinks. Before you decide whether quartz is the best option for you, you’ll want to learn more about this beautiful material.

Benefits of Quartz Sinks

While the quartz that is used to make countertops, sinks, and tiles is man-made, it has the patterning and veining of natural stone. Crushed quartz combines with resin to create a product that very closely replicates natural stone.

Fabricated stone has its advantages. If you’re looking for a truly unique look, you can find it with quartz sink options. Quartz comes in bright colors like blue, green, and red. Choosing one of these colors for a quartz kitchen sink can be a fantastic accent piece in your home.

You can always find more neutral, common colors too. Shades of brown, white, cream, and gray are some of the more understated options we offer.

Drawbacks of Quartz Sinks

The resin that holds the crushed quartz together is susceptible to change from high heat. If you’re using a curling iron or flat iron in the bathroom or are handling hot pots and pans in the kitchen, placing these items directly onto a quartz sink could permanently damage it.

Quartz is also susceptible to scratching and other physical damage. Knives and other utensils and tools in the kitchen and different items in your bathroom can scratch the stone and leave permanent marks.

Maintaining Your Quartz Sink

Quartz is a popular option because it requires very little maintenance. Unlike other stones, you don’t have to reseal quartz, and it stays shiny virtually forever. If you do think it needs polishing, you can contact your local professional to do the job.

When you need to clean up any messes, wiping down your quartz kitchen or bathroom sink is easy. You can use most cleaners as long as they don’t contain any ingredients that could affect the stone.

The Cost of a Quartz Sink

The cost of a quartz sink depends on the type of quartz, the size, and the design of the sink . Because a sink usually isn’t too big, the cost of installing a quartz sink will be fairly low.

Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile is your local Central PA leader in top-quality natural and man-made stones. Contact us to learn more about installing a quartz sink in your home or to request a free quote.

Quartz Sink Project Gallery

A kitchen with a large island and cream-colored cabinets
Gray and white countertop in a kitchen with white cabinets
Overhead view of a kitchen with a large island with a white countertop

Trusted Suppliers

At Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz & Granite, we acquire our natural stone materials, sinks, and faucets through a wide variety of preferred suppliers, guaranteeing you the perfect combination of style and within budget.

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