Quartz in the Kitchen

Which do you prefer granite or quartz?

Linda Parvin Hutchinson, REALTOR

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After several years of declining use, the day has come: another surface has officially surpassed granite in terms of popularity. Any guesses as to what the new countertop du jour might be?

It’s quartz, otherwise known as engineered stone. The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) reports that while granite is less desirable these days, the use of quartz is on the rise (by kitchen designers anyway.

http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/quartz-vs-granite-countertops-which-is-more-popular-242008?utm_source=at_daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=06232017

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Ellen Clark is an Associate Broker with over 25 years of experience in the real estate industry (including prior President of a title company). She has consistently been a Listing and Sales Leader since 1996. She is e-Pro Certified, an Accredited Buyer Representative, Relocation Certified, a Certified Residential Specialist, Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, as well as an Accredited Staging Professional. She and her Team focus on working with Sellers AND Buyers. Top achievements include RE/Max Lifetime Achievement Award, Chairman's Club 2006-2014, Distinguished Achiever Award 2001 - 2014, and Top Producer 1996-2014. Ellen's community involvement includes being a member of the Midlothian Kiwanis Club, Western Chesterfield Business Association, Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce and Business Networking International. "The diversity of my background has broadened my abilities to address concerns that arise during the process of selling or buying a home. Please know that my team and I are ready to be by your side every step of the way. We want to make this an efficient, painless and smooth process for you."​

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