cuisine quartz

Countertops Quartz

Quartz ET NOIR


Quartz Bianco Calacatta

Bianco Calacatta

Quartz Et Emperador

Et Emperador

Quartz Gris Expo

Gris Expo

Quartz Kensho


Quartz White Storm

White Storm

Quartz Coral Clay

Coral Clay

Quartz Pietra


Quartz Ocean Storm

Ocean Storm

Quartz Et Serena

Et Serena

Quartz Classic Calacatta

Classic Calacatta

Quartz Charcoal


The models shown are just a small sampling of the large selection offered at the store.
The varieties and models shown are solely for reference.
Despite our efforts to accurately portray the characteristics of the products, the colors may vary depending on the lighting and the calibration of your device.
Certain models may be discontinued without notice.

Quartz is perfectly suited for countertop workspaces. Cuisines Verdun recommends the ratio of 93 percent minerals to 7 percent resin that is used in the top three brands of quartz counters: Caesarstone, which comes from Israel or Canada, Silestone, originating from Spain, and Cambria, from the United States. Quartz is currently the most popular material for new kitchens.

  • Nearly infinite choices in solid, understated or eclectic colors with patterns mimicking natural stone
  • Matte, glossy or textured finishes
  • Available in extra-large formats
  • Excellent value for the price
  • Overall resistance to stains and scratches
  • One of the hardest minerals in existence, for added durability and resistance to impacts
  • Satisfactory, but limited resistance to heat (especially when it contains a high percentage of resin)
  • Very easy to maintain (no sealing or polishing required)

Quartz is a composite of minerals held in place by resin. The higher the percentage of minerals, the better the quality of the quartz.