About The Stone
Quartzite countertops are often confused with quartz countertops, but quartzite is a naturally occurring stone that is quarried in a similar way to granite and marble. It has the look of marble but is much easier to care for and provides higher durability against heat and scratches.
Won’t Etch with Acid
White Pearl Quartzite
Sea Pearl Quartzite
“I put in new quartzite countertops and couldn’t be happier with them. The installers did a fantastic job and were super friendly and knowledgeable!”
Like granite, quartzite is a natural mineral that can withstand heated pans from the oven and does not discolor. It also will not etch with acids.
Quartzite’s low porosity contributes to its antibacterial, anti-mold, and easy to clean nature. A soft cloth and soap will take care of most surface stains and dirt.
A: Yes, quartzite has a porous surface, so it needs to be sealed.
A: Quartzite is a durable stone, but it can crack if exposed to extreme temperatures or if something heavy is dropped on it.
A: Yes, quartzite is a natural stone
A: Quartzite is hard and durable while also displaying timeless, natural patterns and colors.
A: Yes, quartzite is as durable and beautiful as granite.
A: Quartzite is a natural stone, whereas quartz is manufactured with crushed minerals and polyester resin. Quartzite needs to be sealed, but quartz does not. They are both highly durable and beautiful options for your countertops.
A: Our quartzite materials start at $90+ per sq/ft. Installation is included in that price as well.