What kind of stone is Caesarstone?

When you are considering a new stone benchtop as part of a kitchen renovation, your mind probably wanders to marble and granite and quartz... but likely not Caesarstone. And considering all the choices available, and decisions to make (think size, style, type and colour, just to name a few), you'd be excused if you became a little overwhelmed with it all.

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That's why we decided we'd put together some useful information regarding Caesarstone, its benefits, deficits and whether a Caesarstone Benchtop is worth it for you to consider in your renovation plans. If you have any further questions, or would like to speak to someone regarding installing a Caesarstone Benchtop in your home as part of a renovation project, give Haddon Kitchens a call on 07 3204 0399 today.

What is Caesarstone?

Caesarstone is a manufactured material, primarily made up of natural quartz aggregates (around 90%), as well as original pigments and enhanced polymer resins. It is resistant to heat, stains, scratches and chips and is non-porous and dense (meaning no sealant is required).

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What are the properties of Caesarstone?

The most important properties of Caesarstone include:

  • Non-porous and dense in nature.
  • No sealant is needed.
  • Stain resistant.
  • Scratch and chip resistant.
  • Mould and mildew resistant.
  • Versatile application.
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Pros and Cons of Caesarstone Benchtops

So, what are the for's (and againsts) when it comes to Caesarstone? Just like any material, there are positives and negatives, however, we really do love Caesarstone here at Haddon Kitchens.

Pros of Caesarstone Benchtops

  • Durable.
  • Impact resistance is higher than granite and marble.
  • No sealing is required.
  • Stain resistant.
  • Stain and chip resistant.
  • Mould and mildew resistant.
  • Low maintenance.
  • Hygienic.
  • Eco-friendly.
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Cons of Caesarstone Benchtops

  • Although Caesarstone is 'heat resistant', it is highly recommended that you do not place anything hot directly on a Caesarstone surface e.g. hot pans and plates.
  • If you are after a 'natural stone' look, Caesarstone does not offer this.
  • Quite heavy in weight.
  • Expensive compared to other options.

Are Caesarstone Benchtops worth it?

When it comes down to it, is a Caesarstone Benchtop worth it? We think so. Caesarstone has so many beneficial qualities (you had us at 'low maintenance' and 'hygienic') that it is a great choice for any benchtop in your home. Although the price tag may be a little higher than you had anticipated, it is worth the cost and you will receive a beautiful benchtop that lasts.

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If you have any questions regarding using Caesarstone benchtops in your Brisbane kitchen renovation give Haddon Kitchens a call today on 07 3204 0399. We are the experts when it comes to choosing the best materials for your benchtops during your renovation project.



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Please note - Haddon Kitchens & Cabinets can provide a wide range of benchtops for our custom kitchen renovations. As we specialise in complete kitchen renovations, we do not supply ‘benchtops only’ for existing kitchens or DIY kitchens.


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