- Quartz Countertops
HOW IT WORKS
Quartz Countertops are ordered through our Kitchen Showrooms either by telephone 718.740.7800 or by visiting one of
our Showroom Locations in NY or Pennsylvania.
QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS STARTING @ $69/SQFT | In-Store Promo ONLY | 35 sqft minimum purchase | Ends March 31st.
DOUBLE DOWN on your kitchen cabinet purchase with a new countertop & receive a FREE Chef Pro Kitchen Sink
Includes grid, strainer & roll out mat | Overall Size: 22 1/2" x 18 1/2" Bowl: 21" x 17" x 10"
In-Store Promo ONLY | $10,000 minimum purchase | Ends
Kabinet King has hundreds of colors of Quartz Countertops from various brands available on display
including Cambria, Silestone, Caesar Stone, and MSI to name a few.
Quartz Countertops are sold as a Installed product only. A countertop template is required to place a
Quartz Countertop order. Prior to placing any Quartz Countertop orders a measure of the top is required
to provide cost estimate. Upon approval of estimate the countertop order can be placed. There is a $ 50
measure fee. Measure fees are refundable if the tops are purchased from Kabinet King.
*If replacing existing countertops it is the responsibility of the customer to have any countertops currently installed removed prior to template. If new cabinetry has just been installed it is the responsibility of the customer to be sure all cabinetry has been securely fastened to the wall and installation of cabinetry is complete prior to template. Once cabinetry is templated nothing can change.
Quartz countertops are an engineered stone product used in residential and commercial kitchen and bath applications. They are made by mixing and compressing natural quartz derived from granite and epoxy resins to create a hard wearing and stain-impervious surface. Quartz countertops are molded and milled to standard sizes and thickness but can easily be manufactured to custom specifications. Quartz countertops are manufactured in dozens of colors that are produced by adding dyes to the quartz and resin slurry before compression and curing, so that the countertop is a consistent color throughout. They are very low maintenance, do not require maintenance polishing and are impervious to stains, oils and burns that would permanently scar natural porous stone materials.