Q: Are there Silestone alternatives?
Are there Silestone alternatives? What are they called? How much do they cost in comparison to Silestone? Is Silestone the best product in this category? Thanks.
A: Lots of Alternatives
You are talking about a Quartz product, in which there are several other different companies that make the same product offering different colors. Beginning with my personal favorite, Caesarstone, you also have Zodiaq, Hanstone, Cambria, Dal-Tile's Quartz One, Technistone, Eurostone, Okite and several other more obscure brands. Like Silestone, they are all 93% Quartz and 7% binders. They are all relatively the same in cost within $50-$200 difference per slab. I recommend finding the color you like the best, they will all hold up the same - very well! Quartz is the most durable product for countertops, stain, scratch, and heat resistant. Silestone has great colors, but also check out some of the others on my list.
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