WAYS OUR QUARTZITE RISES ABOVE
Nothing compares to walking the aisles of our immense stone warehouse and seeing nature’s best work reflected in natural stones such as granite, marble and quartzite. Where nature leaves off, we humbly pick up to transform these raw beauties into a centerpiece of your home. Here are just a few of the reasons why our quartzite countertops are better than the rest:
BETTER RAW MATERIAL
We start with premium-grade quartzite. This is an important distinction that we know from experience affects the final look and performance for every stone product, including quartzite. See our current inventory for the most up-to-date listing.
We use state-of-the-art sealers and proprietary processes to prepare your quartzite for a lifetime of beauty and service.
EXPERIENCED STONE SPECIALISTS
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Your initials in stone? A special logo or shape? We have the talent and technology to create one-of-a-kind rock art.
We help you plan to minimize chips right from the start, including a lifetime of free chip repair.
PROFESSIONAL-GRADE STONE CARE
Our Stone Defender product line includes everything from an annual maintenance plan to our proven, stone-safe disinfectant cleaner.
We can help you highlight and enhance the unique features of your quartzite.
ROCK SOLID PROCESS
We know what it takes to do this right. Our process ensures great communication and ROCK DONE RIGHT.
GREAT PLACES TO ADD QUARTZITE:
Kitchen countertops, backsplashes, bathroom countertops, laundry room countertops, closet islands, tabletops, fireplace surrounds and mantels.
QUARTZITE IS ...
a natural stone. It’s classified as a metamorphic rock which means it’s created when the heat and pressure from hundreds of years deep in the Earth metamorphosize sandstone. The presence of minerals and oxidation give quartzite its beautiful veining and delicate shades of white, grey, pink, red, blue, green, orange and yellow.
5 REASONS TO CHOOSE QUARTZITE
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The Mohs Hardness Scale is used to measure the hardness of minerals, ranking from 1 (softest) to 10 (hardest). Quartzite averages a 7 on the Mohs scale making it one of the hardest, most durable choices in stone countertops.
Mountains and hillsides are typical places to find quartzite. Hilltops made of quartzite usually do not change because quartzite is so strong and resistant to weathering.
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