Quartzite Countertops are a fantastic option for those looking for the elegance of marble but with outstanding durability.
Whether you’re looking at upgrading the existing countertops in your Dublin, Ohio home, or you’re going through the construction process, you have to make quite a few decisions. One of those is what material to use to create the surfaces in your kitchen and bathrooms, and potentially other rooms like your laundry room or mudroom. At The Granite Guy, we help our customers get access to a wider range of options, including granite, quartz, marble, and quartzite countertops.
If you’re not familiar with quartzite, allow us to explain how it differs from the other options mentioned. When sandstone faces extreme heat and pressure as the result of the compression of tectonic plates, quartzite is formed. It doesn’t happen everywhere, making the stone a bit rarer than other options used to create surfaces like countertops. Quartzite countertops are highly appealing to those who utilize their living spaces regularly and may be a little hard on surfaces. It is extremely hard and can stand up to all levels of use, particularly when it’s sealed with the product we used that is rated for 15 years.
Another advantage of quartzite countertops is their natural beauty. The material we offer is white in color, creating a stunning aesthetic in any room of your home. It shares some similarities with marble in the way it looks, but it’s much more durable, making it a great alternative for households that love the look of marble but need something more durable.
If you’d like to learn more about quartzite countertops and whether they would fit well in your space, give us a call or visit our showroom. We’re happy to answer questions and provide insights into our experience with this beautiful and functional countertop material.
At The Granite Guy, we offer quartzite countertops for customers in Columbus, Delaware, Dublin, Gahanna, Grove City, Hilliard, Lewis Center, New Albany, Plain City, Powell, Upper Arlington, Westerville, West Jefferson, and Worthington, Ohio.