Yes, quartz countertops are heat resistant. However, as with any countertop surface, it is always best to use a trivet or hot pad to protect the countertop from direct contact with very hot pots and pans.
While quartz is an extremely durable material, sudden changes in temperature can cause the material to crack or chip. So, while quartz can withstand high temperatures, it's always best to err on the side of caution and use a hot pad or trivet.
If you do accidentally place a hot pot or pan directly on your quartz countertop, don't panic. The surface may show some temporary discoloration, but this will fade over time. Quartz is a very strong material, so any chips or cracks can easily be repaired.
So, to sum it up, yes quartz countertops are heat resistant - but it's always best to use a hot pad or trivet, just to be safe!
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