Do You Want to Add a Touch of Luxury with Titan Quartz?

Titan Quartz is a highly durable, scratch-resistant surface and is highly versatile, making it suitable for all types of projects. Quartz is otherwise known as engineered stone. Comprised of approximately 90% premium-grade pure quartz, Titan Quartz has a high-quality polyester resin applied, creating a strong, aesthetically pleasing material with enhanced colour consistency.

Our Titan Quartz is resistant to bacteria, mould and mildew, and unlike some other surfaces, it is non-porous and non-absorbent, making it ideal for high traffic and wet areas.

Why Titan Quartz


Titan Quartz is a highly durable and resistant material and will not scratch or mark. The resin combination of the resin coating provides a protective shield against everyday use.


Titan Quartz is an incredibly resilient material that can be used for any application or location. It is hard-wearing and will stand the test of time.


The beauty of Titan Quartz is that a simple wipe down with warm water and soap is enough to keep it looking like new. There is no need to spend time and money on regular upkeep.


Due to the creation process, Titan Quartz provides a cohesive and consistent pattern and appearance, giving it a clean, fresh and modern look.


With its non-porous surface, Titan Quartz is resistant to staining, which makes it ideal for any location or function like high traffic areas and food preparation.


Due to the sealing process, Titan Quartz will not absorb or harbour moisture, making it an incredibly hygienic surface ideal for food preparation.


The Story of Titan Quartz

  • Step 1 – Natural Mineral is Quarried
  • Step 2 – Minerals are Ground Up
  • Step 3 – Pressed into Slabs
  • Step 4 – Baked and Pressed

Natural mineral quartz is quarried from its natural deposits, which has been created over millions of years in the earth’s crust.

The natural mineral quartz is then ground up and mixed with a resin adhesive.

It is then poured into a mould and pressed into slabs. Vacuums and vibration systems remove the air, making it a uniform surface.

The slabs are then baked in a process that combines heat and pressure, ready for fabrication.