Quartz, the only stone good enough for Silestone®
Silestone®, when it comes to countertops, vanity top or flooring, nothing compares to quartz for beauty or durability.
That is why quartz is the only stone good enough for Silestone®. In fact, Silestone® is 93 percent natural quartz. Which makes Silestone 100 percent utterly amazing.
You walk into a kitchen with Silestone®, and there are only two things you want to know. What is it? And, where can I get it?
Unlike granite that can vary significantly in color and pattern, even when it’s from the same quarry, Silestone® is far more consistent, slab to slab. So the seams in your countertop, shower or tub surround will be almost imperceptible.
For all of it’s beauty, Silestone® is as tough as they come. Practically indestructible. Hard as Quartz. Silestone is the most scratch-resistant surface you can put in your home. Tossed keys, errant knife blades or dropped pots won’t faze it in the least. Silestone is nonporous. So it resists the kinds of stains that would be nightmares on marble or granite. Wine, saffron and blueberries clean up with a two cent paper towel, as opposed to an expensive restoration. Silestone is so nonporous, it doesn’t even need to be sealed.