What is Trendstone Quartz?Trendstone Quartz is an engineered stone manufactured from up to 93% quartz and the balance made from polymer resins and pigments. Quartz is one of the hardest minerals readily available to man, making Trendstone the perfect choice for your countertop.
How is Trendstone Quartz made?- Trendstone quartz is made through a careful precise manufacturing process involving thorough mixing of the raw materials - Placing the mixture into slab moulds - Compacting the slabs using a vacuum vibrating press. - Curing the slabs using a kiln - Calibrating and polishing the slab, using precision fully automatic machinery. - Comprehensive quality inspection
Largest Size SlabsTrendstone Quartz offers the largest slabs currently available in our market at a net size of 3200x1600mm.
Most other comparable quartz products are available in much smaller slabs that are only 3000x1400mm.
Trendstone Quartz largest size slabs provide you with the ability to minimize unsightly joins in countertops and provide more economic cutting that will save you money.
ThicknessTrendstone quartz slabs are currently available in both 20 and 30 mm thickness.
DesignAt Trendstone, we have carefully researched our market to offer you an outstanding collection of exciting colours most suitable for the production of your client’s quartz countertop. Combining this colour selection with the high quality and large size of Trendstone Quartz, provides architects and designers with the most options to explore their designing talents.
Trendstone quartz combines the strength of natural quartz and technology to bring you a product having so many advantages
· largest size slabs
· selection of beautiful exciting colours
· scratch and stain resistant
· extremely low porosity
· heat resistant
· strength both impact and flexural
· low maintenance
· readily available
Scratch and Stain ResistanceTrendstone Quartz comprises up to 93% natural quartz which is one of the hardest minerals readily available. This natural quartz makes Trendstone Quartz scratch and stain resistant.
Heat-ResistanceTrendstone Quartz will withstand limited exposure to heat without burning. However, you must not place crock pot and electric skillet items directly on any countertop including Trendstone Quartz. Always use trivets when placing hot items on any natural stone or quartz surface to avoid thermal shock.
Impact and Flexural StrengthTrendstone Quartz has significantly more flexural strength than other choices of surfaces, making it less susceptible to chipping and cracking.
Low MaintenanceTrendstone Quartz low porosity makes it a low-maintenance product.
Limited 10 Year WarrantyTrendStone NZ warrants to the original owners of installed TrendStone Quartz for a period of ten (10) years from the date of installation in your residence that the TrendStone Quartz material will be free from manufacturing defects. TrendStone Quartz is suitable for interior applications only.
Experience and ProfessionalismTrendstone Quartz is only available through a network of experienced distributors and fabricators.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Trendstone Quartz Daily Cleaning Routine We recommend you simply use soap and water, or a mild household cleaner. In case of more stubborn marks or stains, consult your stone fabricator for a recommended cleaner.
Quartz Common Use
The natural quartz in Trendstone makes it extremely strong and resistant to scratching and staining.
Spills from coffee, wine, lemon juice, oil, vinegar, makeup, and many other common household products, can still be removed using the correct cleaners. However, you must always avoid using harsh chemicals.
CAUTION The following will harm Trendstone Quartz surfaces and most never be applied to your countertop. Oven cleaners, Floor and Paint strippers and other Harsh chemicals
Do NOT place crock hot pots or electric skillets directly to your Trendstone Quartz surfaces. Always place them on a trivet or cutting board to protect your countertop. Trendstone is a stone product. As with any stone product, excessive exposure to heat may cause cracks due to thermal shock.