At Whitewater, we have been fabricating and installing vanity tops for 40 years. We offer quartz surfaces to meet your style, personality and budget needs. Our vanity offerings have the right combination style and value that will put the finishing touches on your new bathroom.
Quartz Vanity Tops
Whitewater’s amazing Quartz offer provides our top-selling colors at the best price in the market, guaranteed. Want an upgrade? We can provide premium colors at hundred of dollars less than our competitors. How do we do this? We focus on purchasing our quartz directly from the manufacturer so that our prices are low with the highest quality.
Quartz Vanity Tops Features:
- 3 cm thickness
- Flat polished edge
- Stain resistant
- Non-absorbent and non-porous
- Mold and mildew resistant
- Color consistency
- One-year warranty
Quartz Popular Colors:
Whitewater can also assist you with all your mirror needs, even oval mirrors! You no longer have to settle for preset mirror sizes; our sales representatives will measure your space to ensure a perfect fit.
Can you just replace a vanity top?
Yes! It is actually easier to do than most people would think. It usually costs anywhere between $300 – $1000 for your typical 6’-12’ + backsplash vanity.
Is quartz a good material for a bathroom vanity?
Quartz is a great material for vanities. They’re heat, scratch, and bacteria resistant. There’s also a wide range of colors and styles, so you can find the perfect option for your home!
Can I use Clorox wipes on quartz?
Occasionally, yes. You do have to be careful however, as many wipes and cleaners contain citric acid. This acid weakens the seal on the quartz’s surface, and can discolor it with repeated use. We recommend using isopropyl alcohol to clean the surface, as it won’t damage it.
Will I need to drill faucet holes in my vanity top?
We will work with you to cut and shape your vanity to your bathroom specifications. There shouldn’t be any need for you to drill additional holes.
Which vanity top will not stain?
Quartz is some of the most stain resistant material on the market today. That said, some chemicals will wear away at the durable resins, and potentially leave stains if not wiped up quickly. Just be cautious when using strong chemicals on your bathroom countertop.