According to the Cosentino official website, Dekton is a sophisticated blend of the raw materials used to produce the very latest in glass and porcelain as well as the highest quality quartz work surfaces. Let's start by showing you an interesting video in which they submit Dekton countertops to several performance tests...
Imagine if you could combine the best attributes of all your favorite surface materials – both natural and engineered - what would it look like? What would you call it? What would be its strengths and weaknesses?
Cosentino took a similar approach several years ago when it decided to reinvent the manmade surface material. The idea of bringing different characteristics and features into one type of surface was a delicate process of innovation, and they called it Dekton.
Dekton merely imitates and substitutes a process in which Mother Nature takes thousands or even millions of years to produce. This is only accomplished by the use of proprietary technology as well as a state of the art facility built exclusively for the fabrication of Dekton.
Dekton has unrivaled aesthetics and innovative features that make it a product of choice for use in both interior and exterior projects, contributing an extensive palette of Dekton colors. Its superior characteristics provide an exceptional resistance to UV rays which help maintain the color consistency if used in applications outdoors. These unique characteristics also provide resistance and brilliant performance when used indoors, perhaps in a kitchen, bathroom or even floors, in both residential and commercial environments.
We recently finished a complete kitchen renovation where the customer chose Dekton countertops for her entire kitchen, and guess what? It's beautiful. As they say; "pictures are worth a thousand words", so we took several photos of this particular project to show you the level of innovation and elegance that Dekton brings to a kitchen. Hopefully we captured it.