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Quartz Impressions Collection


IDC Countertops offers a refined selection of quartz counters, patterns, and colors to satisfy an array of tastes and budgets. Quartz countertops are nonporous, and they’re a scratch-, stain-, and heat-resistant material. They are incredibly easy to maintain and offer design consistency across slabs. Quartz has become a top countertop material for its durability and aesthetics for kitchens & bathrooms across Minnesota.

When you choose a quartz countertop from IDC Countertops, you don’t just get superior quality materials and designs; you’ll benefit from the expertise of our top-notch customer support team, our design team, and our partnered installers.

Ready to learn more about your options for quartz countertops? Dial 952-767-1818 or go send us a message through our contact page to request more information, schedule an appointment at our Burnsville showroom, or request a quote for your project.

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Quartz Counters Are Beautiful & Will Increase the Value of Your Minnesota Home

Quartz countertops remain one of the most popular countertop picks all around the world. Interior designers and homeowners alike love this manmade stone akin to granite or marble enough that you can see it used to create unique and luxurious quartz tops for houses, commercial properties, condos, kitchens, and bathrooms all over the world. This means that it’s difficult to go astray in choosing quartz for your countertops; you won’t harm your home value in the future because you chose a material that went out of style, you won’t find yourself desperate to upgrade because of damage and wear from an inferior material, and you won’t be frustrated with the day-to-day experience of using and cleaning your countertops.

All this, and it’s beautiful and aesthetically versatile as well. And with the help of the professionals at IDC Countertops, you can be sure that this material will achieve its full potential in your home.

Contact IDC Countertops today to hear more about the advantages of a quartz countertop upgrade, or to request a quote for your countertop project. Reach us online or by dialing 952-767-1818.

Why Choose IDC Countertops?

Home improvement stores are everywhere, so it is much easier to walk into a popular branch and take a look at their quartz selection. Why, then, should you instead visit our showroom in Burnsville near Minneapolis, MN? The answer is simple:

  • We have a larger selection to choose from.
  • Your quartz countertops will be installed by a professional countertop expert with many years of experience.
  • We handle sales, design, fabrication, and installation.
  • You will be guided through the process by a well-trained specialist so you will always be updated on everything that is going on in regards to your quartz countertop order and installation. If something goes awry, we will always be available to resolve your issues quickly.

Want to find out more about the advantage of getting your quartz countertops from the specialists at IDC? Pick up your phone and dial 952-767-1818, or go to our contact page and send us a message online!

Quartz Countertop FAQs

Is quartz environmentally friendly?

Quartz counters are exceptionally eco-friendly as a material; this means that they’re a good choice if you’re worried about going green, and will remain a good choice in the future as trends go greener and more sustainable. If you invest in quartz countertops, you can help make the world a bit better and rest assured that in years to come, you’ll be able to update or replace your counters with new quartz counters to preserve that aesthetic indefinitely. Quartz isn’t going to run out, be banned, or become unaffordable due to an unsustainable nature.

Should you use quartz countertops in your bathroom?

Quartz isn’t limited in use to kitchen counters; it makes a great countertop option for your bathroom as well! Not only is quartz exceptionally beautiful, but it’s also naturally water-resistant, mold-resistant, and easy to clean! Quartz countertops do not need to be sealed like granite countertops as a naturally non-porous material, so you benefit further from choosing quartz over its closest competing material.

Is quartz better than granite?

The answer to this is going to depend on who you ask and what you’re trying to do with it. The question of quartz versus granite is much more involved than simply naming one or the other the winner; you’ll want to do your research to figure out which is better for you.


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