QUARTZITE COUNTERTOPS & SLABS

Quartzite is a very hard metamorphic rock that originated as sandstone. Through a process of high heating and pressurization sandstone is transformed into Quartzite, an extremely strong and durable natural stone. When heated, individual quartz pieces recrystallize giving it a beautiful and decorative sparkling pattern. Quartzite is ideal for any countertop surface due to its strength and long-lasting composition. Consider quartzite countertops for its strength, beauty, and overall durability.
Allure Quartzite Countertops
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Audacia Quartzite Countertops
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Azul Imperiale Quartzite Countertops
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Azul Treasure Quartzite Countertops
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Belvedere Quartzite Countertops
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Blue Lava Countertops
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Calacatta Macaubas Quartzite Countertops
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Cirrus Gray Quartzite Countertops
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Cristallo Countertops
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Crytos Countertops
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Denali Countertops
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Fantasy Macaubas Quartzite Countertops
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Florida Wave Quartzite Countertops
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Galapagos Countertops
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Glacier Wave Quartzite Countertops
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Gray Canyon Quartzite Countertops
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Kalahari Quartzite Countertops
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Mercury Gray Countertops
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Onyx Bamboo Quartzite Countertops
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Platinum Black Quartzite Countertops
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Sea Pearl Quartzite Countertops
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Taj Mahal Quartzite Countertops
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Tempest Countertops
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White Macaubas Quartzite Countertops
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Zermat Quartzite Countertops
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Videos


Quartzite Countertop Crush

Designers are crushing over quartzite, and we aren’t the least surprised. Quartzite is heat resistant, doesn’t scratch or etch like some surfaces can, and being a natural product each slab offers exquisite one-of-a-kind looks to give your countertop a personal signature. In an impressive array of colors, and veining that runs soft and subtle to bold and beautiful, watch this short video and rediscover one of Mother Earth’s richest treasures.