• 7/12/2017 6:00 AM

Caesarstone - A New Take On Quartz

From Dekton and Radianz to Silestone and Travertine, we’ve covered a range of surfacing materials available for use in your home or business. As hinted at in previous weeks, this only begins to scratch the surface. There are a plethora of options available out there for your home or business surfacing needs that you may not even be aware of. To assist you in discovering all these options, we’ve been creating in depth profiles for each of the previously mentioned materials (Dekton, Radianz, Silestone, & Travertine). We’ve done this by covering a different one each week and exploring what exactly each surfacing material is, how it’s made, the advantages (or disadvantages) of using said material, as well as why we think the material would be a good fit for you. While the material changes from week to week, the formula doesn’t, so this week we’ll continue with in the same fashion changing only the material covered. This week we’ll cover another variation of quartz, caesarstone, and again find out what it is, how it’s made, the advantages of using said material, as well as overall why we think it would be a good fit for you. We hope that in doing so we help you to simultaneously broaden your scope and narrow your options. Read below to find out more!

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