The Not So Obvious Benefits of Caesarstone Surfaces
Made of 93% quartz aggregates, Caesarstone
has a higher impact resistance and flexural strength than granite and marble. This natural mineral based-material is also blended with pigments and polymer resins to make it completely nonporous and nonabsorbent. This composition combined with a precise, high-quality manufacturing process results in a surface material that offers many advantages natural stone and other engineered surfaces have yet to compete with.
It may look and feel like natural stone, but unlike natural stone, Caesarstone requires little to no maintenance; there is absolutely no need for waxes or sealants. At the same time, this quartz surfaces maintains unbeatable resistance to scratches, cracks, stains, heat, liquids, mold and mildew. Not only can consumers expect the same exact quality with each Caesarstone surface, but they can even expect perfectly consistent color thanks to the incredibly high standards that must be met during manufacturing. But there are even more benefits beyond this that can be enjoyed; Caesarstone takes complication out of customizing and installing surfaces.
With its exceptional durability, Caesarstone offers an impressive range of profile options, and it can be installed in a wide range of thicknesses to either reduce weight or the number of seams. There are no boundaries to where and how Caesarstone can be applied in interiors. And even with highly customized options, Caesarstone is famously known for simple and smooth fabrication and installation for flawless solutions that are also cost-effective.
Marble and Granite
can offer over 40 Caesarstone colors for stunning new quartz surfaces that save you time, money and stress while helping you achieve gorgeous interiors that stand up to even the toughest of households. Head over to our online product catalog
or visit one of our showrooms
in Westwood, Massachusetts or Milford, Connecticut to start enjoying the beautiful benefits of Caesarstone surfaces today.
1) By Kate Jackson Design via Houzz
2) By Michael Fullen Design Group via Houzz
3) By Webber + Studio, Architects via Houzz