WerkMaster Releases Video on "How to Repair and Refinish Quartz Countertops"
What is the significance of this video? It demonstrates how to repair a quartz countertop in the home, something that up to now has been extremely costly to repair. In many cases, the countertop would be replaced at a tremendous expense to either the fabricator, installer or customer. Working with our diamond tool manufacturer and Caesarstone; a unique, proprietary system was developed to effectively do the repairs, quickly, inexpensively while delivering professional results.
Caesarstone were the first to develop quartz countertop technology. They have been searching for years for a solution for repairing their products for their fabricators, installers and customers. While viewing the video, Bob Cameron of Caesarstone will give you a Step by Step process on obtaining the best results using our proprietary diamond system.
Founded in 1987, Caesarstone was an early pioneer of the natural quartz surfaces market. Its dominant position in the market has been achieved through continuous investment, extensive research and development, highly trained personnel and an advanced market infrastructure.
Caesarstone evolved a new kind of work surface by adding quartz to the Bretonstone process. The manufacture of slabs from a mixture of ground quartz aggregates, pigments and polymers proved to be the unique components necessary for this new generation of surfacing. As a result of this advanced technology, Caesarstone is able to provide improved products with unprecedented physical properties superior to those of marble, granite and other manufactured surfaces. For more than a decade Caesarstone has set new standards in innovation and craftsmanship and continues to set the trends in the industry. For more information www.Caesarstone.com
WerkMaster is an innovative manufacturer of equipment for the stone, concrete, terrazzo and hardwood refinishing industry as well as a complete CFIA certified line of sealers, densifiers and cleaners. The unique design of WerkMaster machines allow them to edge to within 1/8" (3mm) of a wall and the handheld Scarab edges right to the wall. Electric and propane machines are available in various models. Home Depot Tool Rental Canada is now renting the Scarab, Termite and Viper models in various stores across Canada. For further information www.werkmaster.com