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Ceaser-stone Benches

Discussion in 'Renovation & Home Improvement' started by Jake Milne, 20th Feb, 2016.

  1. Jake Milne

    Jake Milne #1 Buyers Agent, Vic. Business Member

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    Sure do. The mob i use are in western suburbs melbourne. They're called Innovative marble.
     
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    That is true. After we win the fourpeet later this year i will hang up my boots and expand the business .
     
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    You'd be surprised that it actually doesn't save you much money at all. For a bit more you can get the real thing.
     
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    I used GT for our own kitchen. The reason we went for them is that we didn't want to have completely new kitchen due to our existing kitchen actually are made of solid wood, and not those compress wood cr*p that are so common these days.

    We just repaint all the cabinets to white whilst the bench top gets a "caesarstone cover", plus new sink/taps, stove, rangehood, oven etc.

    After the job, all my friends thinks our kitchen bench is made of 60mm caesarstone. Which is not true as it is my existing 40mm wooden top, plus another 20mm granite veneer. But hey the effect is great because the "caesarstone" looks so thick!!
     
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    Pics?
     
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    Here it is. Please excuse the messiness of my kitchen. 20160224_193749.jpg
     
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    That's kitchen in real life home. Those extra neat one in display are just dream ;) very nice and thick looking. Is it expensive to do? Do yo mind sharing price range?
     
  12. Davothegreat

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    We're doing our kitchen at the moment and the stone we're using is made by Essastone. Same kind of thing as Caeserstone in that it's man made but it's quite a bit cheaper and I recall the warranty being longer too. Can't provide photos yet as the cabinets are going in next week and the stone will be the week after. Cost was a little over 2 grand for around 6 linear metres of 40mm benches in 3 sections with a return.
     
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