What Is Sintered Stone?

Sintered stone is a synthetic stone made from crushed stone and other additives. It’s manufactured by compacting the crushed stone with heat and pressure until it becomes a solid piece.

Also known as artificial stone, man-made stone, or artificial limestone. It’s used for exterior and interior spaces, including countertops, flooring, wall accents, and more.

There are several types of sintered stones available on the market; however, all of them have similar properties and are equally easy to install and use even in harsh weather conditions.

What types do you have?

There are three types of sintered stone that we offer: Dekton, Neolith and Porcelain.

How is it made?

Sintered stone is made by compacting crushed stone and other additives. The process of compaction with heat and pressure creates a solid piece that’s used mainly for exterior and interior spaces, including countertops, flooring, wall accents, and more.

Sintered stone is a durable, beautiful, and cost-effective material for many exterior and interior spaces. It also creates a more durable surface than natural stone, certainly less porous and even tougher than the ever popular quartz products.

Why choose it over something like quartz?

It's the ultimate surface material for kitchen worktops, flooring and tiling (including external paving), because it is not just tough and beautiful, it can also be used outside and is thermal shock resistant and fireproof.

It also has a natural look that can easily blend into any environment. This type of stone is highly resistant to wear and corrosion so it lasts longer than most other types of building materials.

It’s frequently used in kitchens and bathrooms due to its durability, but it can also be used in an office setting or a restaurant.

For those looking for a cost-effective alternative to natural stone, sintered stone is an excellent option.

Sintered stones are no more expensive than natural stones but still have the same appearance on the surface.

Furthermore, sintered stone requires less maintenance than natural stones because it doesn’t need sealing or polishing like natural stones do.

Where to Use Sintered Stone

Sintered stone is recommended for exterior and interior spaces, such as countertops, flooring, wall accents, and more. Sintered stone is popular for use in high-traffic areas because it’s durable and easy to clean.

Conclusion

Sintered stone can be used indoors or outdoors, which makes it a versatile and popular choice for many homeowners. It's a luxurious and versatile material—perfect for any type of space.

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