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"We stock, cut, polish, and install material, all in house…"

"Projects are completed in two weeks or less, from template to install…"

"We display over 500 granite and quartz slabs in our warehouse and slab yard…"

"Locally owned and operated for over 45 years…"

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"We will be here for you after your project is complete, whether it be the next day or the next decade…"

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Quartzite

Quartz

Pros & Cons of quartzite Countertops

  • Distinct veining from solid color to crystalline appearance
  • Highly resistant to heat and stains
  • Very durable, eliminating concern for etching
  • Virtually maintenance free
  • Natural marble look without the marble characteristics
  • Expensive
  • Low Maintenance – requires sealing
  • Limited color choices and patterns

Quartzite may be the most confusing natural stone out there. Natural quartzite requires similar care to most other natural stones. Because of its low porosity and excellent durability, it is one of the more forgiving stones—resisting staining, scratching, heat, and breakage. Natural quartzite countertops are quickly catching up to granite countertops in the industry. Because they have the look of exotic stones but are harder and perform better than granite, natural quartzite is finding favor among designers and homeowners. Harder than granite and quartz, Natural Quartzite countertops will live a long durable life, free of flaws like scratches and etching.