Engineered Stone Countertop Installers - Florida. Quartz Installers in Orlando, Tampa, Sarasota FL.
Quartz Countertop Installers near me – Florida
KB Remodeling is a certified Quartz Countertop Installer in Florida.
Silestone and Cambria Quartz Countertops is one of the most beautiful and durable options for home design and is often used for kitchen countertops and bathrooms. Like other stones, Caesarstone and Technistone quartz is quarried from mines and then cleaned before being distributed for a variety of uses. When considering stone and formica laminate materials for countertops, engineered quartz combines the best of both worlds to produce a stylish look with a lasting finish. Cambria Quartz offers a lifetime transferable warranty.
The average cost to install quartz countertops ranges anywhere from $1,000 to $4,000 for professional installation. For many homeowners, choosing a countertop material comes down to deciding between quartz and granite. Color options and overall cost are the top considerations.
Cambria Quartz Countertops
Lifetime Transferable Warranty – Hundreds of colors available. Premium Brand Quartz in design and quality.
Reinvent Your Kitchen With Cambria Countertops
Countertops by Cambria are the perfect choice if you need to update your kitchen. They provide a durable, safe and beautiful looking design solution.
What Do They Cost?
Prices will vary depending on the color that you choose but you should expect to pay $59 up to $139 per linear foot. Don’t worry. There are some beautiful color patterns at the low end of the range.
If you are planning to replace the old, outdated countertops in your home, you should not make compromises when it comes to price.
Cheap materials may seem like an option, but, in the end, they will prove non-reliable and will cost you more when it comes to maintenance and repairs.
Quartz by Cambria may be seen as a high-end option, but they actually save you more money because they are made of a resilient material that is easy to maintain and sanitary. It will help you eliminate the costs of maintenance or repair.
This Is What Makes Them So Strong
Cambria Quartz is engineered of 93% quartz and 7% binding resins. The manufacturing process ensures a high level of durability, supported by the natural resistance of the quartz, which scales seven on the Mohs Hardness Scale (on which diamond is a ten). You will not find a more resilient material on the market today.
Scratch, Stain, And Heat Resistance = Positive Reviews
Cambria reviews are very positive because the countertops are resistant to scratches and scorch and they are stain proof. The material is nonporous, so it does not absorb liquids, making it easier for you to clean and more difficult for bacteria to grow. Therefore, this type of countertops is the safest you can find. To prove this, you should know that the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) has certified it for indoor use, especially for food preparation areas.
The Beautiful Colors Of Cambria
In addition to its practical properties, Cambria also has aesthetic advantages. The variety of colors available is amazing. You are certain to find the pattern and combination that will suit the rest of your room. You can go for calm, low key tones or you can go “wild” with colors that are more vibrant. You can also choose the shape of the edges. Being an engineered material, it can take a wide range of shapes.
A Hidden Benefit
If you want an additional proof for the quality of the Cambria countertops, you should know that they are exclusively made in the United States, whereas other quartz surfacing products are imported.
Years from now, you will be in your kitchen preparing breakfast and you will look at your countertop knowing that you made the right choice. You will love your countertop even more when you discover that your little girl tried to put on some make up again, smudging lipstick all over the counter. You won’t have to worry because it will wipe right up. Every time you prepare food right on the surface of the countertop you’ll be thankful that you didn’t need a cutting board, and that the surface couldn’t be any safer for food prep.
Overall, Cambria countertops ensure the resilience, the safety and the beauty that you need for reinventing your kitchen.
Check out Silestone counters as well. They are another major manufacturer of quartz that you may want to consider. KB Remodeling is a certified Cambria Quartz Countertop Installer.
Cambria 133 products
Silestone Quartz Countertops
Quartz 369 products
Choosing the best countertop option for your bathroom or kitchen is tough, particularly with kitchens. Choosing the right countertop with all of the alternatives on the market, like marble and granite is a challenge, but when comparing features like staining and scratches, silestone fares well. Silestone is manufactured from quartz, which provides many color tones, styles, and finishes for kitchen countertops and bathroom treatments, complementing many home styles and decorating tastes.
What is Silestone?
Engineered Silestone Quartz is a manufactured material made from natural quartz crystals that is used to make countertops, sinks, floors, shower trays, and wall cladding for bathroom and kitchen remodeling. Known for its durability and non-porous structure, the material is hard and more resistant to scratches, stains, bacteria, and viruses than other countertop surfaces. Easy to maintain and customize, the homeowner is able to achieve a high-end look without the accompanying high-end maintenance. Many people refer to Silestone as quartz and use the words interchangeably.
How is Silestone Made?
Silestone Countertops are comprised of natural quartz crystals, with the remainder of raw ingredients being polyester resin, color agents, and antimicrobial protection, among other items. The polyester resin is what binds and holds the quartz crystals together, creating the Silestone surface.
Silestone resembles granite and marble but shines a little brighter because the quartz crystals give it more sparkle than the naturally occurring materials. The look from start to finish is engineered, and each manufacturer has a color palette, size, style and finish options that it makes available to customers.
Silestone in Kitchens
The kitchen is the heart of the home, particularly in modern open floor plan kitchens that connect into the family room. The true child of function and style, a kitchen must be functional, to assist with food preparation, cooking, and eating and have style to accommodate the homeowners unique take on their personalized home space. To do this best, size, color, and style preferences must be determined.
Good for Large or Small Kitchens
No matter the size of the kitchen, there is a Silestone surface for you. Your countertop, sink, floors, and walls can be covered with Silestone. No space is too small or too big.
Contemporary Style Best Use of Silestone
Much is said about the type of home Silestone is best for. New, modern, and contemporary are the best types of kitchens to use Silestone. Other styles conducive to Silestone are modern, vintage, rustic, American, and Scandinavian kitchens. KB Remodeling is a certified Silestone Quartz Countertop Installer.View samples
Caesarstone Quartz Install
Explore The Pros & Cons Of Caesastone Quartz Countertops
Quartz by Caesarstone is an up and coming contender in the quartz countertop market. It’s not a nationally recognized name but it’s a great one none the less.
Caesarstone 60 products
The Approximate Cost Of Caesarstone Countertops Per Square Foot
In general, the price of Caesarstone is comparable to any other of the quartz countertops you can find on the market. The price can run anywhere from $50 up to $100/square foot depending on several factors including:
- ● The type of Caesarstone countertop you choose
- ● Where you’re purchasing it from
- ● If you have been lucky enough to find any sales or discounts
- ● The cost of labor to install the counter
The Price Of Caesarstone Compared To Granite
Granite and Caesarstone cost about the same. Recently quartz has become just a bit more expensive than granite but historically the opposite was true. The difference in price will probably not be enough to help you make up your mind one way or another as long as you are buying a quality slab of granite.
Is Caesarstone Better Than Granite Countertops?
If you’re like most people you’ve been witnessing a raging debate between granite owners and Caesarstone enthusiasts. It can be hard to decide between the two of them since they’re both top quality counters that will last for years and they look equally as stunning in any type of kitchen.
When it’s time to make your choice, it’s probably going to come down to only two things: the upkeep of the countertop and the look you prefer.
The upkeep of Caesarstone versus granite
Caesarstone is made of quartz, which is a very dense and porous material; much more so than granite. For this reason, a Caesarstone kitchen countertop does not require any type of sealant applied to it. On the other hand, granite will need to be sealed once you have it installed and then you’ll have to re-seal it on a yearly basis.
If you forget to apply the annual sealing, you’ll be putting your countertop at risk. It won’t be able to resist spills as easily and will start to absorb liquids as the sealant continues to wear away.
How Does Silestone Compare To Caesarstone?
Both Silestone and Caesarstone are extremely popular brands of quartz countertops that have been designed to look a lot like granite. The good news is that each of these companies has built up an excellent reputation for quality and customer service and no matter which countertop you choose, you can be sure that you’re investing in something that will last virtually a lifetime with proper care.
Silestone and Caesarstone have been providing quartz solutions to their customers internationally for many years. In general, Silestone has a wider variety of colors to choose from, which can either be a plus point or a negative depending on the customer.
Some consumers want to keep things simple and choose their countertop color right in the showroom at first glance while others like to go through the choices carefully to select the perfect one to match their kitchen. In terms of finishing, edge profiling and edging selection, however, Caesarstone offers more variety. KB Remodeling is a certified Caesarstone Quartz Countertop Installer.
Quartz – Technistone
Remodeling with Technistone Quartz Countertops
Technistone Quartz Countertop Installation – After a decade of slowly chipping away at granite’s dominance of the countertop market, Engineered Quartz Countertop Installationhas officially overtaken Granite as the most favored choice among consumers and designers alike in Orlando Tampa and Sarasota. This according to the National Kitchen and Bath Remodeling Association, in its 2017 Trend Study. Technistone Quartz Countertop Installation – the world’s leading manufacturer of hardened stone with more than 20 years of history. Technistone Quartz is known for its production of highly durable, reliable, exclusive kitchen countertops, but Technistone Quartz also finds its application in the form of floor or bathroom tiles.
Technistone 78 products
Engineered Stone – TechniStone® combines selected high-quality natural raw materials with state-of-the-art mixing and molding technologies. This creates a product that combines the creativity of nature and the durability of modern materials. Customers highly appreciate features of TechniStone® including its: non absorption and porosity, or high resistance to scratches and chemicals, as well as a wide variety of colors and finishes, thickness and size variability. The use of hardened stone is found in: the interior and exterior, in private or public projects and in industrial buildings, most often in the form of kitchen and bathroom countertops, pavers, stairs, tiles, etc. KB Remodeling is a certified Technistone Quartz Countertop Installer.View samples