Caesarstone Countertops Review by a Top Quartz Fabricator
Looking for a Caesarstone countertops review? Whenever I ask a client (a homeowner) about the type of countertop he wants, they always give me that look like someone lost in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Over 90% of homeowners don’t have a clue the type of countertop they want. However, they usually have specifications in mind which include:
- Easy maintenance, and of course,
- A long warranty.
You will be overwhelmed by a number of choices available when you want to choose countertops. Most people end up not getting what they want. Finding a countertop that meets the above specification is not always easy but not impossible. One of such countertops that meet these specifications is Caesarstone Countertop.
Caesarstone Countertops Review By A Top Quartz Fabricator
In the recent years, there has been a lot of buzz about Caesarstone Countertops. Interestingly, almost all the popular home designers in the Atlanta area are recommending Caesarstone Countertops. I have also seen them in a number of homes, hotels, and businesses. As a top quartz countertop fabricator and installer in Atlanta. I see all types of quartz countertops on the market. So I decided to take a look at this countertop to know exactly what makes it so popular.
In this article, you will read my honest and unbiased review of Caesarstone Countertops. You will also find out the pros and cons and indeed, everything you need to know about Caesarstone Countertops. At the end of this article, you can be able to make a choice whether it is the right countertop for your home kitchen and bathroom or not.
What is Caesarstone Countertops?
Caesarstone Countertops is a premium quartz surfaces manufactured by Caesarstone LTD. The company is international and their countertops are popular for residential and commercial uses in Atlanta and around the
Caesarstone makes use of quartz in the manufacturing of their countertops. In fact, natural quartz alone makes up 93% of their countertops which makes it extremely durable. I think the company has been able to stand out in the recent years because they combine beauty with outstanding performance. A countertop that comes with that high content of premium quartz material will without a doubt, stand the test of time.
I took a deeper look at their countertops. Just like every product, there are pros and cons. Below, you can find out the pros and cons of Caesarstone countertops.
Pros of Caesarstone Countertops
High-quality Manufacturing Process
Like I mentioned above, 93% of premium quartz are used to manufacture these premium slabs. The company makes use of state-of-art machines completely operated and supervised by high-skilled experienced experts to produce high-end quartz slabs.
No Sealing Required
Countertops made of natural stone such as concrete or granite have a sealant or wax coated on top of it. This means you will need to maintain them as often as possible. Fortunately, you don’t have to worry about this if you are using Caesarstone Countertops. No Sealants or wax were used in the manufacturing of these quartz countertops. Thus, they have nonporous surfaces, super-easy to clean and requires little or no maintenance. You can easily get rid of any stain from them in just seconds.
Caesarstone Countertops have a huge array of colors and looks available. They are designed to bring out the beauty in your kitchen and bathroom and make your imagination come to life. You don’t have to settle when you want to use Caesarstone countertop, you can be able to choose the color that fits your home color and lifestyle.
Caesarstone Countertops have a natural gloss and appealing look. These countertops will instantly add a fantastic quantity of value to your residential or commercial kitchen/bathroom. The return on investment is great. Most homes in the Atlanta area make use of this countertop to increase the resale value of their homes.
Stain and Scratch Resistance
Caesarstone countertops don’t stain easily. Moreover, you can easily wipe any stain with water, towel, and soap in less than one minute. You also don’t have to worry about these countertops scratching. Years from now, they will still be in the same condition you bought them.
Perfect Options/Lifetime Warranty
Caesarstone countertop is a quartz countertop which outperforms granite and marble countertops. Besides, you will get a lifetime warranty when you buy from Caesarstone.
Cons of Caesarstone Countertop
Low Heat Resistance
Caesarstone Countertop can handle temperatures of up to 650F 340C degrees. However, anything above this may leave a burn mark. To ensure this doesn’t happen, avoid placing your hot pots or pans directly on this countertop. Instead, get a wooden chopping board or heat trivet and drop your hot pots on them.
Lack of Natural Stone Look
Caesarstone Countertop undergoes a highly-refined manufacturing process which makes it difficult to create a “natural” look. However, you will get a countertop with incredible beauty, design, and color that will improve your overall decor.
A Bit Expensive
With all the features of Caesarstone countertop, it will be difficult to get them at the same price or lower than low-quality granite countertops. They are a bit expensive but definitely worth every penny you will be paying for them. These high-end countertops come with a lifetime warranty and design that makes your kitchen and bathroom stand out, unlike cheap low-quality granites.
Without a doubt, every home deserves a quality countertop like Caesarstone Countertops. I have come across many countertops made from different products, but quartz always stands out. Moreover, Caesarstone countertops have gone a great length to make countertops that combine beauty with outstanding performance, enabling you to bring your design imagination to life. If you are looking for a high-end countertop that will give you complete satisfaction, I will definitely recommend Caesarstone Countertop.
Art Stone is a high quality factory direct countertop company in Atlanta that offers marble, granite, quartz and other types of stone countertops. Visit our website, give us call, or request an estimate for more assistance.