Maestro Quartz

Allied Gallery is proud to be a dealer of Maestro Quartz, a handsome and durable product. Maestro combines natural quartz, one of nature’s hardest materials, with high-quality polymer resin and pigment to produce a luxurious surface with the same familiar texture of natural stone.

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Advantages and Disadvantages of maestro quartz Countertops


  •  The durability of engineered quartz is unmatched. Because engineered quartz is blended with synthetic resins that are insoluble in water, your countertops are less likely to chip or crack, unlike even the hardest natural stone.

  •  It’s nonporous and resistant to bacteria growth

  •  It’s nonporous and resistant to bacteria growth

  • The color palette available with engineered quartz is vast


  • Sometimes Lacks the same variation in pattern and veining

  • Seams are sometimes visible

  • Is not heat-resistant as stone

  • Sensitive to certain chemicals common in household cleaners

  •  Not recommended for outdoor use

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