Which Surface Is Best For You?
Traditional wood surfaces often are reserved for lower-traffic applications, such as islands that double as eating areas. True butcher block, made from strips of wood bonded together, serves as a work surface. ... Most wood countertops are made from maple, though oak, cherry, walnut and teak are also used.
Zodiaq® quartz surface brings the best of nature and science to contemporary residential and commercial design. Engineered with pure quartz crystals, beaming with diamond-like radiance, Zodiaq®quartz is visually striking — and utterly unique
Quartz engineered stone is less heat resistant than other stone surfaces including most granite, marble and limestone; but is not affected by temperatures lower than 150 °C (300 °F)
Marble stone is formed from limestone, superheated to form its unique crystalline structure. ... Marble countertop surfaces are timeless with their classic beauty and elegance.