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Silestone Quartz Countertop


As a premier manufacturer of quartz surfaces, Silestone has been providing natural stone, quartz and architectural surfaces for many years. Silestone is a product that provides enhanced characteristics that increase longevity and durability of its use.

What makes Silestone one of the foremost brands for quartz? It is functional, innovative and has a global reputation. Additionally, it is exported to more than 80 countries. The material is a combination of natural quartz and other raw materials that are extraordinarily hard and resilient. This resilience makes it a good countertop material for use in kitchens & bathrooms. It also offers beauty similar to natural stone in a wide range of colors and textures that uniquely distinguish it from other materials.

Silestone offers an array of collections. In fact, Silestone is available in so many colors and textures it is difficult to list all of them here. However, here is a good selection:

  • Alpina White
  • Altair
  • Aquatint
  • Arctic
  • Arden Blue
  • Ariel
  • Bamboo
  • Bianco River
  • Black Anubis
  • Black Canyon
  • Blanco City
  • Blanco Maple
  • Blanco Orion
  • Blue Sahara
  • Calypso
  • Capri Limestone
  • Carbono
  • Cemento
  • Charcoal Soapstone
  • Chrome
  • Classic White
  • Coffee Brown
  • Copper Mist
  • Coral Clay
  • Creamstone
  • Cygnus
  • Daria
  • Desert Silver
  • Doradus
  • Dreis
  • Eros Stellar
  • Eternal Bianco Calacatta
  • Eternal Calacatta Classic
  • Eternal Calacatta Gold
  • Eternal Emperador
  • Eternal Marfil
  • Eternal Marquina
  • Eternal Pearl Jasmine
  • Eternal Serena
  • Eternal Statuario
  • Forest Snow
  • Gedatsu
  • Green Fun
  • Grey Amazon
  • Grey Expo
  • Haiku
  • Helix
  • Hudson
  • Iconic Black
  • Iconic White
  • Iron Bark
  • Iron Ore
  • Istmo
  • Kalahari
  • Kensho
  • Kimbler Mist
  • Kona Beige
  • Lagoon
  • Lena
  • Luna
  • Lusso
  • Lyra
  • Magenta Energy
  • Marengo
  • Mediterranean
  • Merope
  • Miami White 17
  • Minerva Cream
  • Mont Blanc
  • Moonstone
  • Mountain Mist
  • Niebla
  • Noka
  • Nuit Bleue
  • Nymbus
  • Ocean Jasper
  • Ocean Storm
  • Olivia
  • Orange Cool
  • Pacific
  • Phoenix
  • Pietra
  • Pulsar
  • Quasar
  • Red Eros
  • Riverbed
  • Royal Reef
  • Santa Fe Brown
  • Seleno
  • Sienna Ridge
  • Sierra Madre
  • Silver Nube
  • Snowy Ibiza
  • Steel
  • Stellar Cream
  • Stellar Night
  • Stellar Snow
  • Tao
  • Tea Leaf
  • Tebas Black
  • Tigris Sand
  • Toffee
  • Unsui
  • Vortium
  • White Arabesque
  • White Diamond
  • White North
  • White Platinum
  • White Storm
  • White Zeus Extreme
  • Yukon Blanco
  • Zirconium

How to Install Silestone Quartz

If you have your eye on new quartz countertops in your kitchen or bathroom and have set you heart on Silestone for the hard surfaces, then you may be interested in finding out what goes into installing Silestone. Even if you do not want to know how to install Silestone so that you can install it yourself it is still wise to research it. Why?

Even if you are having a fabrication professional install your quartz surfaces, knowing what the project consists of can help you understand the pricing, timing, and scope of what you are having done. Here are the steps for how to install Silestone Quartz countertops.

  1. Having the proper tools - if you are installing the quartz, you will need to be sure you have these tools and supplies before you begin installing the Silestone. However, if you are having it installed, the fabrication professional has most likely already invested in these tools and has them for the install.
  2. Measure your space - measure out the stone and mark the slab(s) for cutouts like the sink hole and the faucet holes. This can be tricky and will require more tools. In fact, the additional tools are specifically made for this purpose.
  3. Setting the quartz - after measuring the area to see where the cuts need to be made, lay out your Silestone quartz on the base without any adhesive. This will allow you to get a good idea of how well the quartz will fit.
  4. Install your backsplash - if you have elected to have a backsplash installed with your Silestone quartz surface, you will install it after the surface has been installed. Choosing the proper backsplash for your Silestone surface plays a key role in the appeal of your project.

Installing Silestone countertops is not a project that will take only one afternoon. In fact, the whole process takes multiple days because the consequences are huge if there is a mistake. So, if you are installing your Silestone yourself, be sure you set aside plenty of time for the task. Otherwise, you may end up overloading yourself and having to hire a fabricator anyway. Additionally, if you are going the do-it-yourself route, you will want to be sure you have the correct tools for the job; all of which are available through distributors you can find here on our website.

Installation Tools for Silestone Quartz

We offer a wide selection of products that can be used when installing quartz countertops; and that includes installing Silestone quartz surfaces. When you go to install the slab, be sure you have all the right tools for the project. Here are some reminders for installing quartz & stone surfaces.

Sure, We have diamond blades that are designed to cut Silestone quartz slabs. The Matrix S diamond blade is outstanding for cutting quartz surfaces. It is by no means the only blade that we offer to cut quartz surfaces, but it does an outstanding job.

Reminders for Installing Silestone Quartz

  1. Know which type of edge the customer wants on the countertop when they install the material.
  2. Do you have the proper sink clips that are needed for the installation?
  3. What type of sink will the countertop have? Is there one in particular that compliments the Silestone collection you are installing?
  4. Make sure you are all set on dry polishing pads just in case you have to touch up the surface during the install.
  5. If there is an overhang, have you included the the correct quality countertop support brackets for the installation?
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