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One of the more popular brands of engineered stone is Caesarstone. These countertops are composed mostly of quartz and manufactured in the Halfa District of Israel, in Kibbutz Sdot Yam. Caesarstone is shipped to the US and 42 other countries. We offer a wide selection of Caesarstone countertops in lieu of natural stone. In terms of looks and function, it is hard to beat.






These countertops are hard to top when it comes to beauty. As an engineered stone, there is pretty much nothing that cannot be done in terms of color and design. You can get custom designs and textured slabs for any major project, or choose from a wide selection of available colors and designs from our catalogue for a kitchen or bathroom remodel.

Also you can expect even coloring and predictable patterns in Caesarstone slabs, which is important in ensuring consistency in your design and theme. You have no need for complex mixing and matching to provide a seamless look for your kitchen, bathroom, or fireplace that you would see with natural stone.



Usage of Caesarstone

Caesarstone is the perfect solution for all your home solid surface or work surface needs. You can use it for your new kitchen counters, bathroom vanity tops, and fireplace surrounds. They come in standard slab sizes of 56.5″ X 120″, and you can choose either ¼ or ¾-inch thicknesses. You can choose a polished or honed finish for Caesarstone slabs, depending on your preferences and the overall design of the home. A polished finish provides a mirror-like texture for ornamental purposes, while a honed finish may be more appropriate for workspaces.

Benefits of Caesarstone Countertops

Caesarstone is composed of 93% crushed quartz aggregates, mixed in with polymer resins and pigments using state-of-the-art precision manufacturing techniques. The product has high impact resistance to keep it from cracking or chipping.
The composition of Caesarstone gives it more flexural strength, which translates to thinner, lighter slabs that will not crack or break. This means the need for less support, fewer seams, and a more elegant profile for your countertops.

Our skilled fabricators and installers can provide custom countertops for any kind of design.
Engineered stone in general can have properties denied natural stone. It looks and feels like natural stone but has few of its weaknesses. For one thing, it is non-porous, unlike marble and even most granite. You don’t need to seal or wax it to keep it from staining or absorbing food debris that could encourage the growth of bacteria, molds, or mildew, which is a health hazard. Furthermore, Caesarstone is heat resistant, so it is ideal for kitchen and fireplace use.

Affordable Caesarstone Counter Tops

The average cost of Caesarstone is comparable to other engineering stones, and usually less than exotic or imported granite or marble stones. You can expect to invest about $80 per square foot of countertops with installation, not including sinks and plumbing work. That costs could go up depending on the type of slab you choose, or if you need custom slabs and fabrication.

The costs of Caesarstone countertops are well worth it. It combines beauty with durability, and it will last for a very long time. You can pretty much do anything with Caesarstone short of taking a hammer to it or dropping something heavy on the edges or corners, and you will not damage it. The ability to do withstand most of the common things that you have to guard natural stone against means Caesarstone requires less maintenance and costs for the homeowner. This not only makes it a great work surface, but also makes it cost-effective.

How Healthy

The fact that Caesarstone is non-porous means it is safe to use for food preparation. Tiny openings in the stone means food and liquid spills can seep into the stone and encourage the growth of bacteria, molds, and mildew. This increases your risk of food contamination and food borne illnesses. You will not have a problem with that with Caesarstone countertops provided you regularly clean up any spills and food from the surface, and keep it reasonably clean, much like you make sure your plates, pots, and pans are clean.

How Durable

The durability of Caesarstone products is in the quartz. Quartz is a mineral that occurs naturally, and gets a 7 rating in the Mohs scale for mineral hardness. To give you perspective, a diamond rates a 10, while granite gets a 6, and marble gets a 3. This means that Caesarstone is very durable and resistant to scratches. One study shows it is four times more durable than granite. Quartz is tough, but it can also be brittle. The 7% or so resin added to the 93% quartz makes it more resilient.


Another way that Caesarstone is more durable is the fact that it has no pits or fissures often seen in natural stone. These imperfections in natural stone may lead it character and uniqueness, but it can also lead to it suddenly failing and causing a crack in your new countertop. Caesarstone is manufactured using a precise process, and no flaws in the product that could lead to weakness gets past quality control.


You don’t have to apply a seal to Caesarstone countertops because of its non-porosity. All you have to do to keep it clean and stain-free is by wiping it down with a clean, dry cloth, making sure to remove all residues. You can eliminate any soap scum or other residues by using a mild soap or glass cleaner, warm water, and a dry cloth. You can add in a little bleach to the mix and use a non-scratch scrubbing pad to remove stubborn stains and dried-up gunk. If that doesn’t work, you can try Barkeepers friend or acetone.


The value added to the home when you put in any type of stone countertop is based on the beauty and function it provides. Choosing Caesarstone for your home elevates it beyond mere esthetics and function. Caesarstone is partly composed of recyclable materials such as quartz powder and crystals that would otherwise be thrown away, so this helps the environment. In addition, most prospective homebuyers would appreciate the limited 10-year manufacturer’s warranty that comes with Caesarstone countertops for home use.





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