There are seemingly endless options to consider when it comes to residential and commercial stone products. Whether your client is looking for the ideal material for a kitchen countertop or even an outdoor barbecue, one option you will want to look into is Caesarstone quartz.
At Connecticut Stone, we're proud to be a fabricator of Caesarstone quartz products — so you can get the quality engineered stone you need for your next project without dealing with the stress of finding a Caesarstone distributor in your area.
There's no shortage of engineered stone and quartz options on the market, so you may wonder what sets Caesarstone quartz apart from similar materials.
Compared to natural stone like marble and limestone, Caesarstone quartz offers exceptional strength and durability. This is because Caesarstone's innovative fabrication process uses up to 90% of the purest quartz particles, along with quality resins and pigments, to create the hardest possible surface. In fact, on the Mohs Scale of hardness, Caesarstone quartz rates a seven out of 10. As a result, it's one of the most durable and resilient engineered stones on the market. This makes it the perfect choice for various applications, ranging from kitchen countertops (most common) to bathroom vanity countertops and much more.
Caesarstone is also the brand that first pioneered the fabrication of quartz surfaces in 1987, using their patented and innovative technologies that are still in use today. If your client wants to work with a manufactured stone brand whose name has withstood the test of time, you can't go wrong with the Caesarstone name.
Unlike many other natural stone and fabricated surfaces, Caesarstone quartz doesn't need any kind of sealant or wax as part of its routine care and maintenance. Instead, Caesarstone is created in a strictly controlled environment to retain the highest safety and hygiene standards without using sealants or other treatments. The result is a completely non-porous and non-toxic surface that your residential and commercial clients can feel good about using.
Caesarstone quartz is manufactured with environmental sustainability in mind. In fact, all Caesarstone surfaces are made with American GEI (Greenguard Environmental Institute) certification practices in mind.
If you're looking for a Caesarstone showroom in Connecticut, you don't have to go too far. At Connecticut Stone, we take pride in being part of just a few dozen fabricators in the state where you can view and sample this unique engineered stone for yourself. As a Caesarstone distributor, we carry a number of samples for clients and designers to view in our Milford, CT, showroom. This can be a great way for you and your clients to better understand what sets this engineered stone apart and how it might work in your next design.
If you decide on Caesarstone quartz for your next project, our design team is happy to consult with you and make specific recommendations to suit your client's unique needs and budget. Plus, if your client needs engineered stone for an exterior application, Caesarstone is among the only brands with a dedicated exterior collection designed to withstand the harsh outdoor climate all year round.
Once your client knows exactly what they want for their project, we utilize a unique and patented process to fabricate Caesarstone quartz to your desired specifications. Exact thicknesses and slab sizes can vary depending on your needs, but many of these slabs are made to range from as thin as 1.2 centimeters to three centimeters or more.
If your client is exploring quartz for an upcoming project, make sure that they're looking at the highest quality quartz on the market. With Caesarstone, clients can rest assured that they're getting precisely that. And when it comes to where to buy Caesarstone, remember that you can always rely on our team at Connecticut Stone for your fabrication needs. Get in touch with our team today to schedule an appointment to see Caesarstone quartz samples for yourself.
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