Caesarstone Quartz

Caesarstone, named after its company location near Caesarea, was founded in 1987. Caesarstone produces quartz surfaces for kitchen and bathroom countertops, flooring, and wall cladding. The company is headquartered in Kibbutz Sdot Yam, Israel, and has production facilities in both Israel and the United States.

Caesarstone Quartz has four distinct collections – Classico, Supernatural, Motivo, and Concetto. The Classico line is available in a large number of colors. The Supernatural line is designed to look like natural stone. The Motivo line uses imprinted textures in its design, and its Concetto line contains manually set semiprecious gemstones. The Concetto line is semi-transparent and can be backlit for additionally beauty.

Caesarstone countertops, manufactured using 90 percent quartz and 1- percent polymer resins and pigments, are scratch-resistant and stain-resistant. The countertop’s nonporous surface reduces the risk of staining and bacterial growth.

Caesarstone’s state of the art facilities enables their trained staff to rigorously inspect the raw materials as they are blended with resins and pigments. The mixture is then poured into molds that are 120 inches by 57 inches. The slab is cured in a kiln before the countertop is calibrated, gauged, and polished. Caesarstone was the first quartz countertop manufacturer to receive the ISO 14001 certification.

Caesarstone is available in an extensive range of colors and designs. There are three thicknesses available, including 13mm, 20 mm, and 30mm. Caesarstone is available in a number of colors and finishes, including finishes that mimic natural stone like marble and granite.

Caesarstone is available in several finish options, including honed, concrete, polished, and rough. The honed finish provides a low sheen with a satiny finish. This finish has a low light reflection for an organic appearance. The concrete finish is lightly textured for a soft earthy feel and has a low light reflection. The rough finish provides a smooth touch with low light reflection while looking courser than other finishes. Finally, the polished finish offers a semi-gloss surface that is smooth to the touch.  Polished countertops reflect light and provide an elegant look to your countertops.

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