Yes, although our installers make the seams as tight as they can, industry standards say that 1/16” seam with a tolerance of + 1/64” is acceptable. Because our seams are so tight, lippage (uneven heights in a seam) may appear more obvious. Lippage occurs due to variances in slab thickness or a concave/convex warp in the slabs. Slab thickness can vary up to 1/8”.
Yes, each brand of Quartz material is backed by the manufacturers limited warranty.
Although Quartz is a very hard & durable product, the use of trivets and cutting boards is recommended.
No, quartz is a non-porous surface that never requires sealing.
High impact to the stone can chip it. A certain amount of care is recommended with your Quartz countertop. Chipping and/or damaging the Quartz usually requires some amount of effort. Your plate or cup is more likely to be damaged than the Quartz.
Our goal is for the overhang to equal 1 ½”. However, the overhang often varies depending on the straightness of the cabinet installation.