5 Good Reasons To Choose Engineered Quartz For Your Kitchen Countertops

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When deciding which material to choose for your kitchen countertops, practicality is probably high on top of your wish list. This part of the kitchen receives the most use (and perhaps even abuse) from everyday habits, after all, and thus it is important to choose a highly durable material. One such material is Caesarstone quartz surfaces. Quartz is one of the hardest minerals in the world, outperforming other natural rocks like marble and granite. Made of 93% natural quartz and a combination of pigments and polymer resins, Caesarstone surfaces boast excellent durability and the ability to portray a wide array of colours, patterns and textures. These qualities make them the ideal material for building and construction purposes.

A leading manufacturer of premium quartz surfaces, Caesarstone was established in 1987 in the historic town of Caesarea in Israel. Since its inception, the company has been at the forefront of innovation, constantly developing new technologies and production processes to create stunning designs that boast unique textures, finishes and colours. Thanks to its commitment to innovation, Caesarstone quartz surfaces are not only practical, but they are also stylish to boot, making them the ideal material for design-forward interiors.

Here are some reasons why you should consider Caesarstone quartz for your surfaces when renovating your home.

  1. Hardwearing and resilient
    As they contain up to 93% natural quartz, Caesarstone surfaces are extremely durable, making them able to withstand sustained wear-and-tear in the most functional of spaces in the home. In fact, engineered quartz surfaces are highly resilient – they even have the ability to endure high heat and scratches on top of being strong.

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  2. Highly adaptable
    Thanks to an extensive collection of designs, Caesarstone quartz surfaces are extremely versatile and can be used for a variety of applications – not only on kitchen countertops. With the cool, tactile quality of Caesarstone surfaces, you can create a variety of designs to match your design requirements for bathroom vanities, custom furniture, wall cladding and more.

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  3. Trend-setting designs
    Caesarstone surfaces are not only functional, but they also boast cutting-edge design. To meet the ever-changing trends in interior design, the company has come up with a dazzling array of colours, patterns and textures to complement a variety of interior themes. Designs from the Rugged Collection, for example, even feature materials like granite and concrete incorporated into the surface for a highly stylised look. From minimalist to industrial themes, there is a Caesarstone design to suit your tastes.
  4. Low maintenance
    Compared to marble and granite, quartz surfaces are non-porous, which makes them more resistant to stains. Not only that, maintenance is a breeze – Caesarstone quartz surfaces do not need sealing, treating or polishing. To clean, simply wipe with regular detergent and water. What’s more, quartz surfaces are hygienic to boot since they are stain- and scratch-resistant.

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  5. Green certified
    On top of being practical and stylish, Caesarstone quartz surfaces are sustainably produced. The company pioneered environmental and sustainability standards, such as recycling 97% of the water used in manufacturing and collecting dust from shipping, handling and production. In addition, all Caesarstone products are certified by the GREENGUARD Certification as low-emitting surfaces, which means they have very little impact on indoor air quality.

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