Experience the Elegance of Engineered Stone
Transform Your Space with Engineered Stone
What is Engineered Stone?
Engineered stone is composed of crushed stone bound together by an adhesive to create a solid surface (most commonly polymer resin, with some newer versions using cement mix). The most popular engineered stones are quartz and porcelain. Our facility holds an extensive selection of engineered stones that suit your unique needs. Contact our office for more information about engineered stone usage in your project.
What Are the Most Common Applications?
Engineered stone graces kitchen countertops and bathroom vanities with its elegance and uniformity. Its diverse color palette and structured design make it a sought-after choice for modern, elegant interior designs, bringing both beauty and functionality to spaces.
What Aesthetic Appeal Does It Bring?
Infuse spaces with a contemporary, sleek allure with Engineered Stone. Its uniform pattern and diverse coloration orchestrate a clean, harmonious visual experience, elevating the aesthetic quotient of any space it adorns.
What Are the Durability and Longevity of Engineered Stones?
With its non-porous nature and resistance to scratches, stains, and water damage, engineered stone promises enduring beauty and longevity. Enjoy the timeless elegance of engineered stone with the assurance of its lasting durability.
What Care and Maintenance Steps Should Be Followed?
Regular gentle wiping with a soft cloth and mild detergent ensures its luster and appearance remain unblemished, reflecting its inherent beauty and elegance.
Types of Engineered Stone
Quartz is an alternative if you love natural stone’s elegant look but don’t like to deal with constant care and resealing.
The latest quartz fabrication methods yield incredible color and texture, making quartz the most customizable and versatile material to complement your unique home interior design and style.
Contact our stone experts to learn more about quartz and what colors we have available.
Porcelain is a very durable, stain-resistant, scratch-proof, and heat-proof material.
Unlike porous materials such as granite or quartzite, liquids and chemicals will not penetrate porcelain easily.
The toughness and resistance to UV light make porcelain a popular choice for outdoor kitchens.
Contact our stone experts and learn more about using porcelain in your stone project.