Pennywell Solid Surfaces – Silestone Ireland specialists
Silestone, also known as silstone, is part of the quartz family along with cesarstone, zodiaq and compac. Silestone quartz is the leading product in the quartz market, offering a large range of unique finishes and textures to suit all tastes. We have a broad selection of textures and colours for you to choose from.
Composed of 94% natural quartz, silestone, is equally at home in the kitchen, the bathroom or shower area.
Advantages of silestone quartz kitchen worktops
Silestone countertops have a bacteriostatic protection system which makes it extremely safe to use in your home. This protective layer will last for the lifetime of all silestone worktops. With normal use of your silestone countertops the bacteriostatic protection system encompasses the entire volume.
Some countertops lose their appearance and become stained over time, however, silestone worktops have a non-porous surface. As silestone is non-porous it is resistant to traditionally staining liquids like wine, vinegar, coffee, lemon juice, olive oil, and make-up products.
As silestone quartz is one of the most durable minerals in the world it is scratch resistant as well as having high resistance to heavy impacts and external aggressions. This makes the material very safe to use with heavy objects such as pots and pans.
Our silestone kitchen worktops – Silestone Ireland Specialsts
Our silestone countertops are hard wearing, highly stain resistant and easy to maintain. Any of the silestone kitchen worktops in our range will enhance the look of your kitchen for years.
We have a wide-range of silestone countertops for you to choose from. All our silestone countertops are made with the highest quality silestone.
Located in Limerick, Pennywell supplies silestone countertops throughout Ireland. We are a silestone gold fabricator operating to the highest standards as set by silestone. See our silestone eco and silestone sensa range. All our Silestone countertops come with a 10 year warranty on the material from Silestone.