Direct Importer and Trusted Wholesaler
Premium Quartz Slabs for Countertops
in South Florida
QUARTZ USA located in Pompano Beach, Florida, is a Direct Importer and Trusted Wholesaler of Premium QUARTZ Slabs serving Broward, Palm Beach, Miami-Dade Counties and surrounding areas.
QUARTZ USA takes pride in our large inventory of QUARTZ Slabs and more than 20 years experience in the Kitchen and Bath countertop business throughout South Florida.
1631 S. Dixie Highway, Suite E1
Pampano Beach, FL 33060
Tel: (561) 702-1090 or
Size and Colors:
QUARTZ USA offers standard 5’ x 10’ x 2CM QUARTZ Slabs in the following "Most Popular" colors:
QUARTZ USA located in Pompano Beach, Florida, maintains large inventory to provide our customers with a variety of Premium QUARTZ Slabs for kitchen and bathroom countertops. Our high-quality Quartz Slabs have been utilized and recommended by many fabricators throughout the South Florida area.
We also inventory 1.2CM (thin) QUARTZ Slabs used for shower surrounds, backsplash, restaurants, hotel and a wide variety of other commercial applications.
"All Quartz are Created Equally"
Quartz is the fastest growing countertop product in the world. Thanks to new technology, it is now affordable to everyone. The second largest quartz manufacturer in the world (A public company) recenty released information that low-cost providers now have the technical capability to manufacture and produce similar products that will all but eliminate the competitive advantage of the brand name. This means regardless of the quartz you purchase, price should be your main consideration.
Let us explain:
Quartz slabs for countertops are made throughout the world in more than 20 countries and by hundreds of companies. All of these companies use the same two patented machines to produce quartz slabs. This patented technology allows for combining 93% crushed stone (quartz, granite, feldspar) and other materials with 7% polymers and resins to form quartz slabs. This molecular bond between the quartz and the polymers is unmatched by nature.
This is why quartz countertops are twice as hard as granite and have no visible cracks or fissures, plus produce near-invisible seams when fabriated.
This technology also means quartz is less porous, more flexible, and rivals even some of the hardest materials in nature. Only diamonds, topaz and sapphire rate harder than quartz. Quartz also has the unique ability to add materials such as glass, mirrors, metals and other minerals to enhance its beauty and luster.
Another advantage that Quartz has over other countertop materials is that it’s enhanced with anti-microbial compounds that makes Quartz highly resistant to bacterial growth.
Quartz will continue to increase in popularity throughout the world as prices come down and more consumers realize the benefits. Which leaves you with just one question…