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What is Silestone?

Silestone is a combination of natural quartz and other raw materials that are extraordinarily hard and resilient. These characteristics combine to create an ideal surface for kitchen countertops, bathrooms, flooring and wall siding.

About Silestone Natural Quartz

Silestone Natural Quartz is a surface material with outstanding properties created for kitchen and bath design applications. It offers beauty similar to natural stone in a wide range of colors and extraordinary textures.

Stain Resistant

Silestone is a non-porous surface and highly resistant to staining caused by coffee, wine, lemon juice, olive oil, vinegar, makeup and many other everyday products.

Straight Beveled.

Similar to the basic ease, this edge maintains the surface thickness and appears square with a slanted top edge.

Basic Eased.

This edge type appears square with a slightly eased top edge while maintaining the surface’s thickness.

Bullnose.

A completely rounded finish that maintains the surface’s thickness.

Ogee.

This traditional style edge features a concave arch that transitions into a convex arch.

Mitred.

This edge joins two angled pieces to give the visual effect of a thicker surface.

Demi-Bullnose.

An edge that is rounded along the top and flattens at the bottom for a straight edge while maintaining a consistent thickness. Also know as half-bullnose.

Silestone is naturally beautiful and durable countertop material. It is apt for both kitchen and bathroom countertops. Along with, marble and granite countertops, demand for silestone surfaces are skyrocketing these days.

More about silestone countertops

Silestone is among most natural quartz. It is composed of 93% of quartz. This countertop material not only possesses the best qualities of laminated countertop materials but also provide the stunning look and feel of natural stones. Silestone counters are available on the market in variety of colors, textures and patterns, which make them ideal for modern kitchen and bathroom décor. The silestone countertops can provide perfect finishing.

Silestone countertops feature amazing heat and stain resistant property. Silestone counters are made from the non-porous quartz and thus they get least affected by the water. This stone also have bacteria fighting agent. It means silestone provide you with clean and hygienic working surface.

Benefits of silestone countertops

Stain resistant: Since silestone is a non-porous material, it offers excellent stain resistance. So, don’t worry if coffee, lemon juice, olive oil, vinegar, makeup or any other liquid get spilled on your countertop. Your countertop will not get stained. Moreover, stains are easy to clean on the silestone surface.

Acid resistant: Silestone countertops possess acid resistant quality because they are made from one of the hardest mineral present on the earth (i.e. quartz). It shows high level of resistance towards acid.

Scratch resistant: Silestone is very durable against the external wear and tear. It is not easy to produce scratches on this surface. Thus, homeowners can enjoy flawless silestone countertop for a good number of years.

Impact resistant: Whether you throw spoon, fork or knife on your countertop, silestone will not get affected by your action. The impact resistance of silestone countertops is even better than the granite counters. It also depends on the countertop contractor you opt for.

Wide range of texture and colors: The biggest advantage of opting for silestone is that you will find oodles of colors and textures options to choose from. This material looks good in every form.

So, these are the benefits of owning a silestone counter. Nowadays, many countertop companies are offering this countertop material at good price. To get premium quality and services, you should select the best company.