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How many looks can I choose from?

Caesarstone surfaces come in a myriad of colours and designs across four spectacular collections: 


• Classico – The Classic Colour Collection
Our classic colour collection ranges from salt-and-pepper motifs to vivid colour blends, ideal for a variety of residential and commercial applications. Classico colours are available in three different finishes: Polished; Honed (matte or non-glossy) and Viento (textured)


• Motivo – The Patterned Textured Collection
Our collection of visually captivating textured quartz surfaces is based on a patented manufacturing process that composes an embossed 3D effect – adding an intriguing tactile element to every design concept. We offer four stunning designs – delicate lace in brilliant white or black, and crocodile black or white for a daring, dramatic and exotic style, braids and stripes. All styles can be used to create a cool and urban look, or a fresh and elegant one – the choice is yours. 

• Concetto - The Semi-Precious Stones Collection
Comprised of individually cut and bound semi-precious stones, and available in 20 exquisite colours, this inspiring handcrafted collection gives your interiors the wow factor you’re after. For even greater impact, some of the designs have a natural translucency which can be backlit to create a truly inspirational atmospher.​​​

Can I customize my Caesarstone surface?
Caesarstone has so many colours, designs and finishes to spark your imagination and customise your own interior surface.

Edge profiles, shapes or designs can be ordered to your specification. Slabs also come in different thickness, allowing for even greater flexibility when it comes to deciding where to place them. And, you can select from one of three decidedly different finishes too – Polished, honed or Viento (textured).​​
Are Caesarstone surfaces environmentally friendly?
Caesarstone has safeguarding of the environment as its highest priority. That’s why we are proud to have achieved the stringent American Greenguard certification proving our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint. We also set the benchmark when it comes to using recycled materials in our products, with a range of surfaces which incorporate up to 42% reclaimed quartz. Especially eco-friendly is our Mosaici Mini Collection – this popular collection proves that beauty need not come at a cost to our planet.​
How do I care for my Caesarstone surfaces?
Caesarstone requires very little maintenance to keep the surface looking like new. For everyday, routine cleaning of we recommend wiping the surface with warm soapy water (a mild detergent) and a damp cloth. For tougher stains you may use Caearstone.
Cream Cleaner or CIF and mix with water and clean in a small circular motion. Please click here to read our Care & Maintenance guidelines and watch our maintenance video. ​​​​​
What exactly is a Caesarstone quartz surface?
Caesarstone is an engineered stone surface made from 93% natural quartz aggregates and 7% colour pigments and polymer resin. It is this winning formula that makes Caesarstone surfaces so beautiful as well as durable and long lasting. ​​
What are Caesarstone surfaces used for?
Caesarstone is highly versatile and can be used for almost any interior application such as kitchen countertops, backsplashes, bathroom vanities, wall paneling, flooring, stairs, customised furniture, and more. ​
Where can I buy Caresarstone?
Caesarstone is available worldwide as part of an extensive distributor network. Please click on the View & Buy section to find your local distributor or participating retailer. ​
How durable is Caesarstone?
Quartz is one of the strongest and hardest minerals in existence. Because Caesarstone surfaces contain 93% quartz, they are highly are resistant to all kinds of cracks, chips, scratches and stains. However, like most materials, excessive force, high point loads, pressure or heat may cause damage to the surface. Like all surface materials Caesarstone should be treated with care.​
Does Caesartone withstand heat?
Caesarstone is heat resistant and is not affected by temperatures lower than 100°C (212°F). However, like all stone material, Caesarstone can be damaged by sudden and rapid temperature changes. Therefore, we always recommend that hot pots and pans never be placed directly on the surface but onto a heat trivet or wooden chopping board especially when using cooking units such as electric frying pans, crock pots, or roaster trays. ​
Can Caesarstone be used in food preparation areas?
Yes. Caesarstone quartz surfaces are virtually non-porous and are perfectly suited for kitchen areas, or wherever food is prepared, as they greatly reduce the potential for bacterial growth. Caesarstone surfaces are free of mold and bacteria. Endorsed by the Public Health and Safety Company (NSF) in accordance with international NSF 51 sanitary standards, Caesarstone surfaces are industry approved for installation in hospitals, restaurants, hotels and more.​
Can Caesarstone be used in a bathroom?
Yes. Non – porous, waterproof and mould and mildew resistance makes Caesarstone ideal for bathroom applications. Large slabs provide a sleek and modern aesthetic, minimizing joins and therefore maintenance.​
Can Caesarstone be used as a backsplash behind a cooker hob?
Yes. Caesarstone can be used as a backsplash behind a cooktop when designed and installed in compliance with the appropriate local standards. Feel free to contact us for more information. ​
Can Caesarstone be used as a backsplash behind a sink?
Yes. Caesarstone is ideal for kitchen backsplashes offering continuity of bench top colour. It is a perfect solution for preparation and wet zones.​
Can Caesarstone be used as flooring?
Yes, Caesarstone may be used for interior flooring applications. However, please be aware that flooring installations are not covered under Caesarstone’s 10 year limited warrant. ​
Can Caesarstone be used as a fireplace?
Caesarstone is heat resistant up to 100°C. Caesarstone should be treated more like a decorative feature and should never be used in the firebox or hearth of the fireplace. We recommend you to always consult with the manufacturer of the fireplace to ensure that the maximum heat does not exceed Caesarstone’s recommendations.​
Can I cut on my Caeasrstone worktop?
Caesarstone is is a very hard surface, composing of up to 93% natural quartz. However, we always recommend using a cutting board when using knives to prevent damage to the surface.​
How do I maintain the polish on my Caesarstone surface?
Due to Caesarstone’s high density and non-porous qualities, normal cleaning with a damp cloth will keep your Caesarstone surface looking like the first day it was installed. To avoid dulling the surface's shine, make sure to use a non-abrasive cleaner or pad. For further detail on cleaning, please refer to the Caesarstone’s Care & Maintenance guidelines.​
What should I do if I damage my Caesarstone?
In the unlikely event that you damage your Caesarstone, please take note of the batch numbers of authenticity located on the underside of your material and contact us on +65 6316 1938 or email us from our via our Contact Us form. Depending on the damage, one of our experienced representatives will be able to advise you of your options and possible solutions.​
What should I do if I chip my Caesarstone?
As Caesarstone is a man made product, we carry Caesarstone quartz aggregates and colour matched adhesives that allow us to repair minor chips to edges. Whilst these types of repairs will never be completely invisible we will endeavor to provide you with the best match possible. To schedule an appointment or to obtain a quotation, please Contact Us. ​
Can I stand on my Caesarstone worktop?
Always refrain from placing excessive weight on your Caesarstone worktop. Excessive weight can also have an impact on the underlying cabinet structure​
Can Caesarstone be used outdoors?
We do not recommend the use of Caesarstone products externally. Whilst some customers have opted to install Caesarstone in outdoor applications, external applications are not covered by our 10 year limited warranty. Caesarstone has not been approved for prolonged UV ray exposure settings.​
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