The stone offers stain, scratch, and heat resistance qualities unrivalled by the more commonly available granite surfaces. Being high on the Mohs scale of hardness (7), and having an absorption rate of less than 0.06%, stunning results can be achieved without forfeiting practicality.
Manufactured using intense pressure, heat and vacuum, the sheets are finally polished to provide a high gloss finish. The majority of engineered stone consist of 93% quartz, 7% polymers and inorganic pigments, which help provide the binding and colours that are required.
Due to the process of manufacturing engineered stones, materials that in the past have been surplus to requirements can now be transformed into stunning solid surfaces.
Founded in 1987, Caesarstone is an Israeli company whose constant investment and innovation has transformed the Quartz market.
Founded in 1975, Compac were the first Quartz manufacturers in Spain, and have since paved the way for many more across the world.
CRL have over 20 years’ experience within the stone industry, and they have used their knowledge and expertise to create a beautiful and exciting range.
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Founded in 2003, this Belgian company has worked hard to become a key player within the stone industry.
Samsung Radianz Quartz is a beautiful engineered composite material made of 93% natural quartz. A wide variety of material makes Samsung a heavy hitter within the market.
Based in Italy, Santamagherita hold themselves to strict international standards to help create top quality products for around the home.
Silestone is part of the Cosentino family and was introduced in 1990, 30 years later they now find themselves amongst the leading brands.
Silkstone Quartz is one of our most cost-effective quartz range’s. they have a small but stunning range of colours and designs.
Technistone are based in the Czech Republic and use traditional methods to help create a high-quality product.