Silestone Samples Free

Silestone Samples Free

Silestone samples free
By: Alan Jun 19, 2021 0 Comments

Silestone samples free are helpful when visualising your kitchen design before buying your kitchen worktop. You can just read on if you’d like to know the benefits of having these samples.

And if you would like to test one of our products first-hand, you can ask us about getting these samples. Similarly, if you wish to know the prices of any of these products, you can contact our team of experts.

We deliver these quartz worktop samples to your door anywhere in London and 150 miles from it. In other words, you can see and test these samples from the comfort of your home.

The samples are 100% FREE. Nevertheless, we’ll cover all the costs and send you a small swatch of the design of your choice. In addition, you’ll receive a dispatch notification with all the details on how to claim your samples.


The Worktop Library in London gives away Silestone Samples FREE to design and decorate kitchens and bathrooms to anyone with a genuine enquiry. 

It’s your unique opportunity to get inspired by Silestone’s new colours, finishes and textures and use them in your project. If you would like to arrange a slab viewing appointment, we can organise it with locations in central London and Essex.

You can get the complimentary sample via this webpage, following quick and simple instructions. Thousands of creative minds worldwide have chosen Silestone as fresh, innovative, and unique material. You will add value, style and personality to your home and office.

Our mission and Silestone’s inspire you to create your ideal kitchen or bathroom. Indeed, by using high-quality products that reflect your personality, taste, and lifestyle.

In addition, while working on your project, you want to make sure you have many choices when choosing your surfaces. Here is a gallery showing all the Silestone samples Free that we can deliver to your doorstep:

Did you know that 63% of homeowners would buy a sample?

According to Marketing Week, this is a fact in British homes. But this experience is often spoilt when getting your sample, going in-store, and finding it unavailable. At the Worktop Library, we have to get the suitable piece and product into our hands and do it when needed. And because we understand that trying before buying can be essential for your kitchen or bathroom renovation. Hence, our team has devised a plan, letting us come to you VIRTUALLY instead.

While ordering your Silestone Samples Free, you can start your project in the comfort of your bed with one of our Worktop Consultation Managers.

  • During this virtual visit, you will see full high-resolution slab images; you can browse through your material options and complete your kitchen worktop design.
  • It is a no-commitment consultation, and it’s 100% FREE.
  • Let’s get you booked in TODAY.

Are you still curious whether our Silestone samples free are suitable for your project?

Silestone is an engineered stone made with over ninety per cent of pure quartz crystals. Then, the quartz crystals comprise resins and additives that transform them into an ultracompact, non-absorbent worktop material with the look of natural stone. Furthermore, you can make your Silestone worktop look like concrete, granite, quartzite and many other popular construction materials.

Similarly, the great thing about this product is the maximum resistance to stains, accidental impact and scratching. In addition, its antibacterial properties allow you to enjoy cooking with your family without any worries. With the new N-Boost treatment, your cooking experience will rise to a new level with a superior quartz worktop. Not only that, but it also REPELS LIQUIDS by acting at a molecular instead of a granular level, albeit the ultimate work surface for homes that look for practical and easy living.

How can I test Silestone Samples Free performance?

You can test your Silestone free samples with several methods that we’ll describe below:

  • Use your car keys to scratch its surface: you can also use a knife over the quartz sample surface. You will notice that these leave a silver-coloured residue on the sample’s surface. That is part of the metal from the knife. Then, you should be able to easily remove it by using a regular kitchen surface cleaner. It shows the scratch resistance of the Silestone quartz kitchen surface.
  • Spill coloured foods and liquids: you can use coffee, ketchup, orange, lemon and more. Secondly, leave the liquid on the sample surface for a few hours. Lastly, remove the stains with detergent or another household cleaner. Finally, this shows you the stain resistance of your chosen quartz worktop colour.
  • Place hot food on your Silestone sample: next, leave it to rest until it cools down. It is how you test the heat resistance of your stone sample. Please note that although Silestone sustains up to 150-celsius degrees of heat, we recommend using a trivet to place hot items from the oven onto the surfaces. In addition, avoiding direct heat is one of the best ways to protect your new Silestone kitchen worktops.

What is the size of Silestone samples?

A standard Silestone sample measures 10 x 10 centimetres. It’s an ideal size for visualising the product as it reflects the tone and pattern of a full quartz slab. In addition, it is a lightweight product sample, making it quick to post to any address in the United Kingdom whilst keeping your worktop costs low. Although all Silestone samples are 100% free, the production and transport prices add to the overall costs to the material manufacturer, which may translate into a higher cost to end clients. Therefore, keeping the size of the samples relatively small allows the manufacturer to keep its prices competitive in the market.

  • Silestone 20 x 10 cm samples: these are available for special projects that may require a larger piece to check tones and patterns against the colour scheme of large commercial or residential developments. These samples may carry lead times as they may be produced to order. Conversely, 10 x 10 cm pieces are readily available.
  • Silestone 30 x 30 cm samples: these are tile-size samples that you can request depending on the stock availability from the manufacturer. As much as availability goes, you can contact our team, who will check the current stock of these sample sizes in your favourite colour. Then again, standard-size samples are always ready to be delivered if you don’t have much time.
  • Extra-large Silestone samples: you can request a Silestone sample in any size. We will check our current inventory and provide you with the piece required. However, extra-large samples may carry costs as these may require bespoke fabrication and delivery to your address by a specialist company due to the sample’s size and weight.
a rack with Silestone quartz samples

What is the weight of quartz samples?

Silestone samples’ weight varies according to their thickness. Different from marble, granite or other stones, quartz carries its characteristics. Please see below the weight of the different thicknesses of the samples. In reality, you want to know how heavy your worktops will be.

  • 12 mm thickness sample: a Silestone 12mm thickness sample weighs 30 KG per square metre.
  • 20 mm thick sample: a Silestone 20mm thickness sample weighs 50 KG per square metre.
  • 20 mm thickness sample: a Silestone 30mm thickness sample weighs 74 KG per square metre.

Also, if you are interested in knowing more about Silestone and its limitless uses, you can give this material by watching the video below.




Alan Nussbaum

Meet Alan Nussbaum, our Sales and Marketing Manager, whose expertise in stone worktops is second to none. With almost two decades of experience, Alan’s impressive track record includes creating one of the first online stone companies in 2012 and pioneering the acceptance of cryptocurrencies in construction in 2018 before co-founding The Worktop Library with Maria.
Alan’s outstanding work is featured in numerous Stone and Home Decor magazines. In addition, he collaborates with the industry’s leading stone brands, cementing his reputation as a true innovator.
Before starting a thriving career in the stone industry, Alan honed his skills by overseeing luxury fashion brands such as Burberry, Matches Fashion, and Patrick Cox. With his unique blend of experience and expertise, Alan is a true trailblazer in the stone worktop industry. His passion for delivering exceptional service is evident in every aspect of his work.

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