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Quartz Countertops of the Highest Quality in Quebec

Find the Material that Suits You

Quartz S.M.T. is committed to providing the best products to its customers, be it quartz, stone or granite. Our natural stone products are durable, functional and adapted to the daily needs of each client.


Contact us today and we will be pleased to tell you more about the various and numerous properties of these fascinating materials. For quality quartz countertops in Quebec, choose Quartz S.M.T.

granite

Granite

silestone

Silestone

Technistone

Technistone

HanStone

Hanstone

caesarstone

Caesarstone

limestone

Limestone

soapstone

Soapstone

Granite

Granite is the ideal material for a kitchen countertop or bathroom vanity.

It is made from:

  • dense quartz crystallization
  • mica
  • feldspar
  • plagioclase


Granite is known to be scratch, heat and abrasive resistant. Moreover, its inalterability and durability make it one of the best materials available.

You have every reason to opt for a granite counter, as it provides a perfectly flat work surface and easy maintenance, and will enhance the appearance of your home. There is a nice variety of textures, colors and finishes to will ensure that your countertop will be unique.

Technistone (quartz)

Technistone countertops are composed of 93% quartz, quartz silica and granite or recycled mirror, combined with 7% resin and colour. This product has been specially developed for industrial kitchens and bathrooms. It combines the appreciable features of natural stone, without the disadvantages.

Silestone

Silestone is a natural quartz surface at 93%, which makes it hard and resilient. A multitude of choices of colors and of original textures of high quality is available. This type of quartz countertop has a bacteriostatic protection giving it unique hygienic properties rarely found on the market. This is an excellent countertop for the bathroom, shower, floor and walls. Silestone is a durable and easy care product!

HanStone

HanStone is a natural quartz. Besides being one of the hardest surfaces found in nature, it offers high performance. It is a luxurious and durable surface that requires little maintenance.


Here are its main advantages:

  • Available in 60 patterns
  • Nonporous surface that requires no sealant
  • Shiny surface that requires no polishing or conditioning
  • Resistant to stains, heat and bacteria
  • Scratchproof
  • Easy to clean (with mild soap and water)
  • Safe tested and certified NSF 51 by the National Sanitation Foundation for its safe use in a food context
  • Limited Ten Year Warranty for commercial use
  • Limited Warranty for residential use
  • Greenguard Certified for the quality of indoor air


No other surface can match the combination of all these benefits. HanStone Quartz is designed for high-traffic areas such as restaurants, hotels, offices and banks. In addition, it can be used for walls, entrance lobbies, reception desks, table tops, stairs and more!

Caesarstone

Caesarstone is 93% quartz, quartz silica and granite, or recycled mirror, combined with 7% resin and colour. Caesarstone is specifically designed for the kitchen and bathroom industry, based on consumer needs and trends.

Caesarstone combines the advantageous features of natural stone such as granite and marble, without the disadvantages.

Limestone

Limestone is a sedimentary rock that forms at the bottom of lakes and seas as an organic mass. Its layers accumulate on one another over millions of years, with heat and pressure causing chemical reactions that makes the layers harden into solid stone.

Soapstone

Soapstone is the popular name given to ore. A metamorphic stone resembling talc and serpentine (green marble), ore is as hard as limestone, but denser. Artists of the past have worked with soapstone. Historical texts, statues and ancient relief prints prove this. It’s also been used throughout history to construct building blocks and design sinks, floors, architectural accents, plaques, pots and vessels for cooking, and also sculptures.


Over the centuries, in cold climate countries, soapstone was used as a heat source in the room: it would be heated then placed under the bed. In some places, they even manufactured window frames in soapstone, since the sun warmed the stone and the heat was then diffused into the room.

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Quartz S.M.T.

47, Gagné Street

Thetford Mines, QC G6G 6S5

Phone

418-335-7890

Toll-free

1-888-910-9292

Fax

418-335-1116

Service Area

  • All of Quebec
  • Quebec City
  • South Shore of Montreal


RBQ 5646-0785-01

Business Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00

Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00

Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00

Thursday 08:00 - 17:00

Friday 08:00 - 16:00

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