Why Get Caesar Stone Benchtops?
Kitchen countertops are probably one of the mos
Therefore, having highly durable kitchen benchtops that offer superior functionality is a must. . If you own a commercial set-up such as a restaurant or a café, the requirement of having durable kitchen benchtops is even more critical.
Our range of Caesar stone benchtops is ideal for usage in kitchens, both domestic as well as commercial, because its surface can resist the daily wear and tear of kitchens, the harsh and varying climatic conditions as well as the spills and splashes of ingredients. Therefore when the kitchen traffic is on the higher side, Caesar stone benchtops can last for long and prove to be well worth the money!
Caesar Stone Kitchen benchtops
Our beautiful and enticing designs created by our creative experts can put you in the right mood for cooking! They have the ability to brighten up your kitchens and provide a comfortable and luxurious environment for cooking.
Quantum Quartz Kitchen Benchtops –
Quantum quartz is one of the most preferred materials for your kitchen benchtops because it is:
- - Durable;
- - Resistant to scratching and chipping;
- - Resistant against heat;
- - Resistant to stains;
- - Non-porous;
- - Easy to clean and maintain.
We can create charming and fascinating patterns of quantum quartz kitchen benchtops that will meet your expectations and transform your kitchens into highly sophisticated and contemporary ones. If you are working with a designer, they would love the idea of adding quantum quartz benchtops in your kitchen since they will make your kitchen look stylish, trendy and fashionable – just what you would desire out of a home improvement or in a new property construction project!
If you want more detail concerning our range of Caesar stone kitchen benchtops or quantum quartz kitchen benchtops Melbourne then give us a call today at Stone Interiors!
What is Marble?
Marble is a metamorphic rock that forms when limestone is subjected to the heat and pressure of metamorphism. It is composed primarily of the mineral calcite (CaCO3) and usually contains other minerals such as: clay minerals, micas, quartz,pyrite, iron oxides and graphite. Under the conditions of metamorphism the calcite in the limestone recrystallizes to form a rock that is a mass of interlocking calcite crystals. A related rock, dolomitic marble, is produced when dolostone is subjected to heat and pressure.