cream quartz countertops

Caesarstone: The Perfect Kitchen Ally

One of the busiest areas in a kitchen is the countertop, making it crucial to select materials that can withstand rigorous use. Today, manufacturers offer both natural and synthetic materials in a variety of finishes and colors that meet all necessary requirements.

To choose the best option, it’s important to understand the properties of different materials. Countertops must endure impact, cuts, temperature changes, grease, oil, acids, and more. Therefore, they need to be strong, durable, easy to clean, and aesthetically pleasing. Granite has been a classic choice, but quartz countertops have gained significant popularity in recent years, with Caesarstone being a reputable quartz manufacturer.

Resistant and Reliable

Quartz is one of the strongest natural materials, resistant to stains, scratches, and cracks. Caesarstone quartz surfaces are also resistant to heat, cold, and everyday chemicals, making them durable for both residential and commercial kitchens. Quartz has become one of the most popular kitchen materials due to its superior strength and hardness compared to granite. Introduced in the early ’90s, quartz countertops consist of 93% natural quartz, making them highly resistant to common stains. Caesarstone adds 7% pigment and resin, enhancing their durability.

Easy Cleaning

Caesarstone quartz is composed of small quartz pieces with added pigments, resulting in a uniform and aesthetically pleasing finish. It is approximately 17 times less porous than granite, making it less prone to staining and requiring no maintenance. Cleaning is easy with just soap and water.

Unique Designs

Caesarstone stays current with design trends by continuously creating new designs. Some unique color designs include Adamina Quartz and Georgian Bluffs, exclusive to Caesarstone.

Cleaning and Maintenance

Maintaining cleanliness and hygiene in high-traffic kitchen areas is essential. Caesarstone quartz surfaces are easy to care for with simple cleaning products. For most stains, a light cleaning with soap and water or a mild detergent is sufficient. For specific accidents and stains:

  • Use a neutral pH detergent for tough stains, rinse with cold water, and towel dry.
  • For grease stains, dilute a small amount of detergent in water, let it sit for a minute, then rinse with cold water and dry.
  • To remove hardened adhesives, scrape off the excess with a plastic spatula, then apply detergent or adhesive remover.
  • Avoid using alkaline products with a pH greater than 8.5, such as oven cleaners or paint removers.
  • It is recommended not to cut food directly on the surface to avoid dulling your knives.

Lifetime Companion

Caesarstone offers a lifetime warranty for its products, making it an excellent value and a safe investment. With quality materials and proper installation, Caesarstone quartz is one of the best additions to a kitchen, combining durability and beauty.

Popular Caesarstone colors include Empire White, Eggshell, Nougat, Noble Gray, Taj Royale, Frosty Carina, London Grey, Sleek Concrete, Calacatta Nuovo, and Pure White. They also offer an outdoor collection, which you can explore on their website.

Please note that Columbus Granite does not carry actual Caesarstone stock. Caesarstone’s distribution center in Columbus is located at 5176 Fisher Rd, Columbus, OH 43228, phone number 614-465-7497. OHM International is another Caesarstone distributor in the Columbus area, reachable at 614-907-8490. Columbus Granite can purchase slabs from these distributors and provide fabrication and installation services. For pricing, email a rough drawing with your selection to matt@columbusgranite.com

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