Commercial surfaces have to hold up under a great deal more stress, usage, and overall handling than residential surfaces. Architects and designers look for products with specific attributes that signal their ability to be long-term solutions, and they need to feel confident about the quality and durability of the surfaces they spec or recommend. That is why commercial architects and designers have for years recommended the use of Caesarstone in their projects. Its quality, durability and beauty make it an ideal choice.
Recently, Fess Parker Winery and Vineyard in Southern California specified Caesarstone quartz surfaces for their restaurant’s interior. Eli Parker, son of film actor Fess Parker, said Caesarstone was “obviously the natural choice” for The Bear and Star, his farm-to-table ranch dining restaurant.
Commercial projects like restaurants and hotels require highly durable, cost-effective materials. Caesarstone quartz is beautiful and available in a variety of styles, and the consistent color creates a cohesive design. Caesarstone is nonporous, which means it doesn’t need to be sealed, and it’s scratch- and stain-resistant, making it an excellent choice for commercial projects. Even the most intrusive stains—like red wine—can easily be wiped away. And when compared to other countertop materials, quartz excelled at resisting spills, hot pots, knives, and more in testing by Consumer Reports.
Chefs love Caesarstone because its beautiful prepping surfaces are durable, low-maintenance, versatile, and heat-, scratch-, and stain-resistant. They don’t want to be worried about mold, mildew or underperforming surfaces, and with Caesarstone, they don’t have to be. In fact, three celebrity chefs currently use Caesarstone in their restaurants, touting its amazing quality and stunning looks.
Caesarstone is also a favorite for bar tops. Del Posto Ristorante in New York City uses Caesarstone on its bar tops, choosing a quartz that looks like marble but is much more durable. Bar tops need to be able to take a lot of abuse, and the restaurant had to be sure that the product could withstand it without the need for constant maintenance. As GM Jeffrey Katz noted, Caesarstone more than answered all their needs, saying that “Our Caesarstone bar tops look the same as they did the day they were installed.”
There are a variety of materials commercial designers and architects can choose for countertops. They need a sturdy material that looks great, and that is why they often use quartz materials. However, not all quartz countertops are the same. Professionals should compare the qualities of each material and the difference within a particular material. When they do, they will choose Caesarstone.
Caesarstone quartz uses a manufacturing process that emphasizes quality and excellence. Raw materials are blended at a ratio of up to 93 percent natural quartz, ensuring its consistent look. It can stand up to daily commercial wear and requires little maintenance.
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