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We are proud to present our partnership with Caesarstone

Bedrock Quartz has partnered with Caesarstone.

Founded in 1987, Caesarstone was an early pioneer of the natural quartz surfaces market. Its dominant position in the market has been achieved through continuous investment, extensive research and development, highly trained personnel and an advanced market infrastructure.

Caesarstone evolved a new kind of work surface by adding quartz to the Bretonstone process. The manufacture of slabs from a mixture of ground quartz aggregates, pigments and polymers proved to be the unique components necessary for this new generation of surfacing. As a result of this advanced technology, Caesarstone is able to provide improved products with unprecedented physical properties superior to those of marble, granite and other manufactured surfaces. For more than a decade Caesarstone has set new standards in innovation and craftsmanship and continues to set the trends in the industry.

They is the first quartz surfacing company to receive ISO 14001 certification- a global standard specifically for environmental protection. From recycling 97% of the water used in manufacturing, to collecting dust from shipping, handling, production and processing; Caesarstone seeks to protect the planet and the well-being of our customers.

Caesarstone’s rich history and Israeli kibbutz origins resonate to this day with a profound emphasis on sustainability. With Quartz being one of nature’s most abundant minerals, Caesarstone firmly believes that being a responsible environmental partner is paramount to providing a quality product. Caesarstone puts the Environment First.

We are proud of our partnership and strive to give our customers the best products at the best prices with minimal environmental damage.

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We just completed a major remodel on a 4,500 sq ft house and Bedrock Quartz was the one sub-contractor that did everything perfectly. The stone in the kitchen and bathrooms was exactly what we ordered and was installed when they said it would be quickly and correctly. One very cool part of the process for the kitchen was that they provided us with a picture of the way that the slab would be cut so that we could see the lines / flow of the exact piece of granite (I think that the program that they use is called Slab Smith). I used that rendering that they provided to make a few changes that I thought would look better when it was installed… I was so glad to be able to see this ‘preview’ of how the actual stone would look and then make changes instead of seeing it installed and wishing that it would have been done differently. Simply put, Bedrock’s work was flawless. A key piece of this for us as well was Steve Jorgensen who walked us through options, helped educate us on pros / cons of different types of stone, was incredibly patient showing us countless slabs and different products before we locked things in. And… did I mention that they were very competitive price wise? I would go with Bedrock again in a heartbeat and would gladly tell others to do the same.

Ben B.
April 6, 2016