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Are Caesarstone countertops more costly than other options?

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Caesarstone countertops consist of quartz, which, like granite and other stone surfaces, varies in price depending on the supply; quartz countertops are often slightly more expensive than granite. Quartz and other stone countertops are significantly more expensive than wood and laminate countertops.

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Caesarstone sells its countertops through distributors, so prices can vary considerably even in a small geographic area. The heavy weight of stone countertops means that buyers often purchase locally instead of shipping countertops. Although quartz countertops often cost slightly more than granite, they're not porous, so they generally don't require maintenance aside from cleaning. In addition, they use quartz stones bound together with an epoxy, which gives buyers better customization options compared to granite.

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