Our Stone Suppliers

We have a few Stone Suppliers which we source our material from. All of our suppliers are starting to transition to their Silica Free Materials. Please see our full list and their links below for Further information:

  1. 1. YDL Stonehttps://www.ydlstone.com.au/New Porcelain material available – Silica Free. Mineral material coming July 2024.

2. Smartstonehttps://www.smartstone.com.au/New Zero Silica – Sintered collection .

“The Smartstone Sintered Collection is created using a ‘sintering’ process which replicates millions of years of the earth’s metamorphic processes by combining advanced technology with natural fusion techniques.

Intense heat and immense pressure (30,000 tons) bind natural minerals to create an ultra-compact, extra-durable material that delivers exceptional performance, during both the fabrication and installation stages. Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor use.”

3. Quantum Zerohttps://www.wk.com.au/#New Zero Silica – Recycled material.

“WK Stone is committed to the safety and development of innovative surfaces and are excited to lead the way with QUANTUM ZERO recycled surfaces. QUANTUM ZERO contains *no crystalline silica in any of the materials ingredients. It is a recycled surface that looks, feels and cuts the same as that recently banned stone that you have loved over the years.

We have colour-matched 34 market leading Quantum Quartz designs making the transition to QUANTUM ZERO as seamless as possible. (Quantum Quartz will continue to be available until 30 June 2024 or while stocks last)”.

4. Talostone MINQzero https://talostone.com.au/New Zero Silica Material.

“MinQ® Zero Technology is a testament to our dedication to excellence and safety. We understand the importance of offering a product that not only meets but exceeds industry standards. With MinQ® Zero, we are proud to announce that we have achieved a remarkable milestone—which complies with the Australian Governments updated regulations. Our new range retains all the same colours our customers have come to love, while eliminating crystalline silica, contributing to a safer working environment for all.”

“We are delighted to share that the MinQ® Zero range will be officially rolled out in the first half of 2024. This means you can confidently proceed with any upcoming projects using your favourite Talostone® colours without concern for delay or disruption due to stock availability. This gives you the opportunity to explore and incorporate this revolutionary technology into your new projects, ensuring stunning aesthetics and safety.

At Talostone®, we believe in setting new standards and leading the way in innovation. MinQ® Zero Technology is a testament to our ongoing commitment to delivering products that not only meet but exceed your expectations.

Thank you for your continued trust and partnership. We look forward to the enhanced possibilities that MinQ® Zero Technology brings to the world of stone.”

5. AC Stone – ArtsCutZerohttps://acstone.com.au/New Zero Silica Material.

“AC Stone is committed to servicing our fabricators and industry partners with the highest quality engineered stone alternatives.

With the exit of the use of engineered stone across Australia, AC Stone has been working on developing a new range that has the same durability, strength and beauty.

After rigorous research and development, we have created a new line of cutting edge and tested products called ‘ArtsCut ZERO’, which contain less than 1% Silica content. Comprising a blend of recycled materials, ArtsCut ZERO is designed to offer a seamless alternative to traditional engineered stone.”

6. Mamohttps://www.mamoliving.com.au/our-engineered-stone/Silica Free – Sintered Stone

Sintered Stone is a super-dense, ultra-compact stone (also known as ‘Porcelain’ in Australia) created from organic components such as sand, quartz, clay, feldspar and recycled materials.

It is created by compressing and fusing these materials at high temperatures, creating a resilient and long-lasting surface. Sintered stone is available in a variety of colours and patterns, making it a versatile choice for any design style. One of the most significant advantages of sintered stone is its resistance to UV rays, which means it won’t fade or yellow over time.”
Sintered Stone is made by compacting natural minerals at extremely high temperatures and pressure. This process creates a dense and durable material. Sintered stone is highly resistant to heat, scratches, stains, and UV light, making it ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications. It is also non-porous, which prevents the growth of bacteria and makes it easy to maintain. Additionally, sintered stone is available in a wide variety of colours and finishes, offering design versatility.”

Sintered stone is an eco-friendly option as it is made from natural materials and does not require any toxic chemicals or sealants to maintain its finish. It is also a long-lasting option, reducing the need for frequent replacements.”

7. Cosentinohttps://www.cosentino.com/en-au/colours/Silestone XM, Dekton and Sensa – Silica Free materials available.

“Dekton is a carbon neutral, ultracompact porcelain surface with an optimized manufacturing process inspired by the beauty and aesthetics of natural stone, that goes beyond nature, achieving the highest product performance.

With a great variety of colours and sizes, Dekton inspires the future of architecture and design by creating soulful spaces where beauty and functionality coexist in a perfect synergy.”

“Sensa Range is Granite and quartzite with special stain-resistant protection to provide spaces with visual and functional advantages. Unique look, stain resistant and low maintenance”

8. Neolith https://www.neolith.com/en/collections/classtone/

“Feel the strength and light of natural stone.
From pure white to the deepest black, you choose the exact feeling you want the character, durability and beauty of natural stone to convey. Applied to any space, the new classtone result is always unique. And if you choose it for your kitchen or bathroom countertop, elegance is assured.”



Many of our suppliers have colours in different price ranges, so it would be best to send through plans for quoting in the specific range you are after in order to get a price on what you need. These can be found in the links above.

We are not able to provide pricing over the phone at this time. Please email through all enquiries.

If you have a small project like a vanity or laundry benchtop, we may possibly have material readily available. Please contact the office if you would like to view offcuts in order to book an appointment.

We stock small samples for each of the suppliers listed above. In some cases, we have larger offcuts for viewing but colours are limited. Please call our office to double check if we stock the colour you are after.


Warranty for Mineral/Sintered/MINQ/ArtsCutZero stone generally only covers imperfections in the making of the slabs before we receive them from the suppliers. For further warranty details for each supplier or to apply for warranty, please visit their corresponding websites. Cracks are not covered under warranty, unless it’s a defect with the stone material.

AAA Absolute Stone will provide warranty up to 1yr if there are any complications with joins coming apart. Please be aware that earth/house movements (as well as movements with some appliances like washing machines and dishwashers) can sometimes move the stone benchtops resulting in the joins coming apart, this is sometimes a rare occurrence.

Chips on the stone benchtops can sometimes occur and are not covered under warranty through AAA Absolute Stone nor our stone suppliers. We can however repair chips at an extra cost, please contact us for a quote for repair. If we are not able to fit you in, we can provide you with an alternate contact.

Silica Information *Updated JUNE 2024.

Please be informed we take safety precautions regarding silica very seriously. All our team members manufacture with water in order to keep the dust particles to a minimum.

All our team members have been fitted with their own masks to provide extra protection against silica dust. We also have our team members book in annually for lung CT tests in order to monitor their health.

We follow the current guidelines for silica dust exposure so please rest assured we are doing all we can to keep everyone safe.

Customers are not at risk of exposure of silica dust from their benchtops as the risk is mainly during manufacture, when cutting the Engineered stone.

Engineered stone is among just one of the materials containing silica. Other materials containing silica are concrete, glass, sand and dirt, just to name a few.

*Our Suppliers have now introduced Silica free material which will Commence from July 1st. The old, engineered material containing silica, will cease in production and will no longer be used or manufactured due to the ban.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

If you have any further questions regarding the safety procedures with stone, please do not hesitate to contact us on 02 6299 5225, we would be happy to discuss any concerns and provide reassurance.