Quartz is one of the most extensively demanded minerals in the world. Unlike marble and granite, Quartz is an abundantly found mineral on the earth; that’s why, it’s inexpensive.
Quartz is a major source of diverse silicon compounds like polymers, microelectronics and varied other compounds, vital for commercial use. Owing to its properties, Quartz is highly used in making lining materials like Acidic Ramming Mass for foundries.
A beautiful kitchen is one of the most important factors in a home. Often termed ‘the heart of the home’, It’s where meals are made, from quick breakfasts on the run to tasty dinner creations that fill your home with tempting smells to lure its occupants with willing appetites.
Whether you’re renovating your kitchen completely or just looking to give your kitchen bench tops a makeover, the perfect material for you no doubt needs to be functional, durable, look good and be within your budget.
Granite counter tops is a classic choice because granite is as old as the earth itself and one of the hardest material available for counters. Of course this does come with a pretty price tag as well. With $60 and up per square foot this can be a big chunk of money for homeowners.
Installation is something you have to leave to the professionals when it comes to granite because if it is not done with the right tools and equipment granite can break easily during normal use.
CaesarStone is the original quartz countertops & surfaces manufacturer.
The company is headquartered in Southern California with offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle Miami, New York, Atlanta, St. Louis and Dallas. CaesarStone produces premium quartz countertops & surfaces, complementing any design application, from traditional to contemporary, for both home and commercial applications.
CaesarStone products are available through kitchen and bath retailers, fabricators, architects, designers, builders and distributors nationwide.