Engineered stone

City Kitchens uses various materials for their kitchen renovations.

Engineered stone product we use in our kitchen renovations range from Caesarstone to Essa stone or Quantum Quartz.

Engineered stone is a man-made product that dates back to the late 1980’s. The main component in engineered stone is quartz which is one of nature’s strongest minerals. 
Quantum Quartz engineered stone contains more than 93% natural quartz, the remaining content consists of a bonding agent, pigment and additives that creates the over 40 different varieties of stone on offer.
The most popular applications for Quantum Quartz are kitchen, vanity and other bench top applications as well as flooring.
Quantum Quartz is the designer’s and architect’s choice for an application that is stylish, low in maintenance and ultra hygienic. It is ideal for residential and commercial indoor applications. 
Quantum Quartz is available in slab format which is fabricated to your specific needs by a stone mason. Flooring applications are done in tile format…please visit the tiles area of the website for more information.

Slab Size: 1440 x 3040 x 20mm

Quantum Quartz characteristics:

  • Non-porous
  • High resistance to scratching & chipping
  • High abrasion resistance
  • High resistance to acids & oils
  • Strong resistance to staining
  • High flexural strength
  • Heat resistant

Quantum Quartz offers a 10 year limited warranty


Introducing Statuario Nuvo

We're loving this fantastic new marble-inspired design from Caesarstone. Statuario Nuvo features refined yet distinctive dark veins on a white background, with a delicately diffused subsurface vein structure. It would complement an all-white kitchen beautifully!

An interpretation of natural Statuario marble, Statuario Nuvo brings a cost effective alternative to actual marble which is easy to clean and maintain. Caesarstone's non-porous quartz surfaces require minimal maintenance, with no need to seal or wax the surface.  Available now to order for your dream kitchen!

Vaucluse 1 process

Plumber and Electrician at work (rough in)

And Sascha getting started on gyprock wall repair

Vaucluse 1 process

gyprock wall removed

now for the plumber and electrician to remove the old hot water system, pipes and wires and run a new gas line off the street for a instantenious gas HWS in the back yard

Choosing a benchtop edge design

Choosing a benchtop edge is really a matter of taste.
Here are our standard edge designs. A Laminated Edge is our most popular, giving a quality 40mm profile.