Bathroom & Kitchen Quartz Surfaces: Caesarstone
Caesarstone is a beautiful engineered quartz stone which comprises approximately 93% natural quartz.
Practical, durable, and attractive, it has significant advantages over natural stone and other surfacing materials due to its superior strength and quality.
Caesarstone surfaces are ideal for kitchen worktops, kitchen countertops, bathroom countertops, bathroom vanities and quartz tiles.
Safe, Clean Surfaces
Caesarstone quartz surfaces are designed to offer a practical, hygienic and environmental-friendly solution for moist and humid surroundings. Their non-porous nature makes them resistant to water and thus to mold, mildew and bacteria, making them ideal for use in humid environments, especially bathrooms, spas, wet saunas, bath houses etc.
Caesarstones quartz surfaces never need sealing and require minimal maintenance to keep them looking like new. Their hard, non-penetrable surface makes cleaning simple and in most cases, soap and water or a mild detergent are all that are required to maintain its lustre.
With 32 colours stocked in the UK and over 70 colours available globally, Caesarstone offers customers the widest possible range of designed quartz surfaces with the finest texture options available in the quartz surface industry today.
In collaboration with Caesarstones designers, the research and development team is continually developing leading-edge colours and designs that influence trends and inspire creative, functional applications.
Caesarstones quartz surfaces retain the cool, tactile qualities of natural stone whilst providing a durable work surface designed for ease and convenience.
Designs range from fine-grained salt-and-pepper patterns to coarse-grained colour blends with a variegated visual texture. Each surface has a perfectly polished finish.
Peace of Mind - ISO 14001
Caesarstone was the worlds first quartz surface company to comply with ISO 14001, the international standard for environmental preservation regulations. This guides our working according to environmental goals; monitoring activities; investing in tools for enhancing a quality environment; training employees and suppliers; implementing health and safety procedures and maintaining environment-friendly production processes.