For style and care-free kitchen surfaces, many interior designers say that engineered countertops are the best value for both style and function.
There are several advantages of using engineered counters made from particles of granite, marble or other stone mixed with resin and pigments. They provide a uniform surface look, are as durable as the real thing, and come in a wider range of colors. They also are not as porous as natural stone and therefore dont require sealing.
Comprised of 93% natural quartz, CaesarStone Quartz Surfaces and Countertops offer the ultimate combination of form and function, allowing for a more diverse, durable, and practical countertop surfacing material than either granite or marble. With its stain, scratch, and heat-resistant properties, CaesarStone is the ideal choice for care-free countertops.
Engineered quartz is the latest must-have kitchen countertop as well as bathroom vanity surface, and its popularity is not surprising: It has a glorious shine and a uniform surface look. And the product, which can be very expensive, has a lot going for it in the functionality department as well.
Quartz is very strong and durable. It resists scratches and doesnt need a special finish. Quartz surfaces from Caesar Stone offer a wide variety of clean and modern-looking styles and colors which are easy to clean, stain-resistant, and are very low maintenance as well.
Sales of quartz composite surfaces, also known as engineered stone, by manufacturers like Caesar Stone, have steadily increased over the past five years, according to the companies and to kitchen designers. The product has been widely available in Italy for almost 20 years but is just now taking off in the United States.