Get the beauty and elegance of marble combined with the strength and durability of granite in all-natural quartzite. In fact, while granite and quartzite are both incredibly strong and long-lasting materials, quartzite has a slight edge over granite (it is frequently used as railway ballast). Therefore, you can confidently place quartzite in high-traffic areas of the home and even outdoors.
Quartzite is available in a variety of colors and patterns, and it is ideal for the following uses.
Again, certain varieties of quartzite mimic marble perfectly, so this material lends a classic look to your décor and home design. It is also resistant to stains, heat, and scratches. So, quartzite is as practical as it is visually appealing. Learn more about the Differences Between Quartz and Quartzite.
For more information about quartzite design options, please visit our showroom in Troy or our Sterling Heights location. Here, you will find friendly and helpful staff members and an incredible selection of samples that you can see and touch. We also offer images of real-life uses for the materials we offer to inspire your next home improvement project or new home build.
At Hard Rock Stone Works, we take pride in the fact that we guide our clients through every phase of the selection, planning, cutting, and installation process. We also provide insight and information to assist home and business owners determine which material best suits their needs. In addition to quartzite, we offer a huge selection of granite, marble, engineered quartz, porcelain, and soapstone options – stone materials to suit every need, style, and budget.
To read about our other stone options, click the links below.