Gorgeous Calacatta Quartz Slab PMC1929GJ Made in Cambodia

Are you looking for a veining quartz slab that looks like marble? Look no further than Calacatta quartz PMC1929GJ from Cambodian Zulite Stone. This beautiful Veining quartz slab has all the look of classic white Calacatta marble but without the low maintenance. Perfect for countertops, backsplashes and more, Calacatta quartz PMC1929GJ is a stunning addition to any home. Made in Cambodia, this veining quartz slab is sure to make a statement in any space. With its elegant gray veining and classic white color, Calacatta quartz PMC1929GJ is the perfect choice for those who want the look of marble without the hassle.

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Quartz PMC1929GJ Made in Cambodia
Compare Prices: Calacatta Quartz VS Carrara Quartz

When it comes to selecting a quartz countertop, there are many factors to consider. But one of the most important questions is – which type of quartz is more expensive? In this article, we compare Calacatta quartz and Carrara quartz to see which one is pricier.

Quartz is an increasingly popular material for countertops, due to its durability and low maintenance. But not all quartz is created equal. There are many different types of quartz, each with their own unique price tag. So, which type of quartz is more expensive – Calacatta or Carrara? It’s important to keep in mind that there can be a lot of variation in price depending on the quality of the quartz and where you purchase it from.

When it comes to choosing between Calacatta and Carrara quartz, there’s no right or wrong answer – it ultimately comes down to personal preference and budget.

If you're looking for a beautiful and long-lasting countertop material, Calacatta quartz PMC1929GJ is a great option to consider.

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Reasons to Choose Quartz Countertops PMC1929GJ

Made from one of the hardest minerals on Earth, quartz is an ideal material for a variety of applications. Its strength and durability make it perfect for use in high-traffic areas, and its resistance to stains and scratches makes it a wise choice for countertops, flooring, and other surfaces that see a lot of wear and tear. Quartz is also non-porous, so it won't absorb spills or harbor bacteria. For these reasons, quartz is increasingly being used in hospitals, restaurants, and other commercial settings. In the home, quartz can give your kitchen or bathroom a luxurious feel without the high price tag of marble or granite. Whether you're looking for function or style, quartz is an excellent choice.

The quartz PMC1929GJ is made in a Cambodian quartz factory and is a great choice for a variety of home décor projects. This quartz has a unique look that can add interest to any room. It can be used on countertops, backsplashes, floors, and walls. If you are looking for a durable and beautiful material for your next home project, consider using quartz PMC1929GJ.

Contact Us to Buy Quartz PMC1929GJ Right Now

At PANMIN, we believe that your kitchen should be a reflection of your personal style. That's why we offer a wide selection of quartz countertops in a variety of colors and patterns. Whether you're looking for a classic white countertop or something more unique, we have the perfect option for you. And best of all, our quartz countertops are extremely durable and easy to maintain, so you can enjoy your new kitchen for years to come. So what are you waiting for? Come see us today and let us help you make your dream kitchen a reality!

About Panmin

PANMIN is an innovative manufacturer of artificial quartz slabs. PANMINQUARTZ® is man-made quartz surfaces from PANMIN, which can be applied in residential and commercial interior decoration including kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities and office table. 

Currently, we have three factories, two in China and one in Cambodia to provide sufficient services to our customers.

For more information about PANMIN, please refer to our contact page and we should get back to you ASAP.

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