Silestone

We source quality Silestone as one of the options for our quartz projects. Silestone is made from recycled materials combined with premium natural materials. Whether you’re looking for Silestone worktops, tables, shelving, or anything else, Marble Supreme can help.

Silestone Worktops and more

Silestone offers virtually unlimited possibilities in terms of applications. Ideally suited for kitchen worktops, Silestone is also excellent for bathrooms table tops, floors and even shelving. Silestone makes for excellent backsplash designs, shower walls and other wall cladding, giving the end-user the power to continue reinventing their spaces with Silestone Quartz.

Silestone – Saving the word from your kitchen

Silestone countertops have the strength that you’d expect from quartz, combined with being crafted from sustainable materials and not harming the environment.

The process of creating Silestone is now done with HybriQ+® technologies. This means that the creation of Silestone countertops uses 99% recycled water, 100% renewable energy, and 20% recycled materials.

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Why Silestone

Silestone has all the benefits you’d expect from a quality quartz. It comes in an array of colours so you can perfectly match the rest of your space, It’s no porus which makes it hygenic and easy to clean, and its is an extremly strong engineered stone which can stand the test of time.

Get in contact with our master craftsmen to find out more about our range of Silestone worktops and furnishings for your home or business.

Silestone Worktops and more

Silestone offers virtually unlimited possibilities in terms of applications. Ideally suited for kitchen worktops, Silestone is also excellent for bathrooms table tops, floors and even shelving. Silestone makes for excellent backsplash designs, shower walls and other wall cladding, giving the end-user the power to continue reinventing their spaces with Silestone Quartz.

quartz green kitchen island

Silestone – Saving the word from your kitchen

Silestone countertops have the strength that you’d expect from quartz, combined with being crafted from sustainable materials and not harming the environment.

The process of creating Silestone is now done with HybriQ+® technologies. This means that the creation of Silestone countertops uses 99% recycled water, 100% renewable energy, and 20% recycled materials.

white quartz kitchen

Why Silestone

Silestone has all the benefits you’d expect from a quality quartz. It comes in an array of colours so you can perfectly match the rest of your space, It’s no porus which makes it hygenic and easy to clean, and its is an extremly strong engineered stone which can stand the test of time.

Get in contact with our master craftsmen to find out more about our range of Silestone worktops and furnishings for your home or business.

OUR SILESTONE SWATCHES

Kitchens

Luxury natural stone kitchen worktops in Bristol and Bath.

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Bathrooms

Marble and granite bathrooms, flooring and vanity tops.

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Commercial

Luxury granite, marble & quartz stone for commercial buildings.

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Talk to an expert

Call us now on: +44 (0) 117 956 3030
Or book a call with one of our team

How to buy? – we support at every stage of your project

If you are looking at adding quartz to your home make sure you download our handy guide. It will explain what to expect and the best way to prepare for a fitting.

How to buy Quartz Worktops? - we support at every stage of your project

A stone kitchen worktop is not only an investment, but also a commitment due to the longevity of our materials - you will want to make sure you’re doing it right. As industry experts, we’ve combined our knowledge and tips into a handy guide to help you make your decision. 

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FAQs

How thick are quartz kitchen countertops?

At Marble Supreme, we offer choices when it comes to deciding on the thickness of your quartz kitchen countertops. Though generally, the most popular and versatile thickness is around 3cm you can speak to a member of our team if you would like to go thicker or thinner.

Is granite or quartz better for kitchen countertops?

The answer to this depends on what you want. Quartz stone is manufactured and is slightly harder. Due to it being manufactured it is easier to get consistently coloured countertops and other furnishings when using this material. The range of colours is also wider. Granite is completely natural and still incredibly strong; it doesn’t have the consistency in appearance that quartz has but you may prefer the character and uniqueness of a purely natural stone.

How do I clean quartz kitchen countertops?

Use a damp microfibre cloth with warm soapy water to clean up any initial spills. This helps to prevent spills or dirt from being absorbed into the stone. We don’t recommend using any highly acidic or bleach-based cleaning products as these can damage the stone surface

How much are quartz kitchen worktops?

Due to the bespoke nature of our service, every project is different. We are more than happy to talk about what you are looking for and provide a quote, this can be in-store or even over the phone.

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We’re always happy to provide advice and free quotations. Alternatively, book an appointment at our showroom.

 

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