It is a new week and that means we are introducing a new natural stone! The topic that we are discussing this week is Caesarstone. We will explore what it is, its advantages, and where Caesarstone is best used.
What Is Caesarstone?
Caesarstone is a variation of Quartz - one of the most durable materials in the world. The product holds many advantages because of the process that it goes through to be created.
Because it is made from Quartz, Caesarstone is highly durable as it is resistant to cracks, scratches, and stains. This makes it highly sought after in the surfacing market as an ideal material.
Since Caesarstone is a non-porous surfacing material, it requires little to no maintenance. It does not need to be sealed and all that is needed to preserve its quality is normal cleaning with a damp cloth and mild detergent.
In addition to being highly durable and extremely low-maintenance, Caesarstone is pleasing to look at. Having Caesarstone in your home adds a decorative element, similar in style to marble with a modern twist. Caesarstone also comes in a wide array of color and design options to match your personality!
Where Is Caesarstone Best Used?
In addition to its individual design, Caesarstone is also extremely versatile and can be used in a number of different ways. It is a perfect stone for both residential and commercial uses and is best utilized for designing countertops, vanities, wall cladding, floors, and other interior surfaces.
In this article, we have tackled the basics of the surfacing material called Caesarstone. We have explained what it is and the benefits associated with it. We hope that in doing so, we have assisted you in the search for the perfect material for your client’s next project!
Feel like there’s still more to be learned about Caesarstone? To find out more about Caesarstone's advantages, click here!
So far we have covered Granite, Marble, Quartz, Onyx, Soapstone, Serpentine, and Quartzite, Slate and Limestone. Don’t think Caesarstone is the right fit for you? No worries. We will keep exploring other natural stone options over the next several weeks!
If you are in search of natural stone for your next project, contact us at Firenze International and we would love to help you and your clients!