Do you want to transform your kitchen and give it an elegant, fresh new look with extremely durable Quartzite surfaces? We offer a wide selection of remarkable natural Quartzite slabs available in different colors and styles for your kitchen or bathroom renovation. Our experienced professionals will help you bring your vision to life. Visit our showroom in Hamilton Township today to speak with our professionals about how we can help!
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Apex Countertops Kitchen and Bath specializes in providing quartzite countertops for any kitchen or bathroom since 2003 servicing across New Jersey. Quartzite is a natural stone that has been heated and pressurized to give it an incredibly durable composition. This process leads to beautiful sparkling patterns, making them perfect for any kitchen or bath project. Contact us today to see how our craftsmen can help you with your next quartzite countertop project!
We are a company that has been in the industry for more than 20 years and offers kitchen and bath countertops fabrication and installation. Our team consists of experienced craftsmen who offer timely delivery, prompt installation with a positive customer experience. There is always a consultation initially where you can tell about your needs. We provide our clients with quality work at affordable prices as well as free estimates on any project they may be interested in having done.
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What are the quartzite surfaces?
Quartzite surfaces are famous for their beauty and durability. They are quarried in Brazil, and are used as countertops and flooring. The Quartzite is an extremely durable stone that is non-porous and stain resistant. This makes it a fairly easy material to care for. It is less porous than granite, marble, and limestone. When sealed, the surface of the Quartzite can be cleaned with soap and water. However, the sealer must be reapplied at least twice a year. Quartzite is also used in jewelry and as a building material. It has also been used in making countertops, tabletops, sinks, and flooring.
What should you do to select quartzite for kitchen countertops?
Quartzite is a natural stone and has no perfect pattern. It is easy to find veins and spots in it. There are three main attributes to consider when choosing quartzite: color, pattern and texture. Color: It is good to ask the supplier to show you different pieces of quartzite in different lights. Quartzite is fairly neutral in color, so the best ones have just a slightly richer or darker hue. Pattern: There are two kinds of pattern: straight veins and wavy veins. Straight veins are the most common and look the most like granite. They can be white or pink. Wavy veins are usually pink in color and add an interesting contrast to the countertop. Texture: The texture of quartzite is usually rough and faint. The best ones have a slight sheen to them. Because of these reasons, it is best not to have quartzite for a backsplash.
Are Quartzite countertops the right choice for your kitchen?
Quartzite is one of the most sought after countertops today because of its low maintenance and durability. Quartzite has been used for centuries in areas where extreme weather conditions are present. Quartzite is glorious, providing a lasting and magnificent countertop for your kitchen, bathroom or anywhere else.
Is quartzite better than granite?
Granite and Quartzite have similar qualities, but each has a different look. Granite looks dark gray, brown, or red, and it is rendered by heat that causes quartz crystals to expand and grow throughout the stone. Granite is considered an igneous stone.
Quartzite, however, is a metamorphic stone produced from sandstone by heat and pressure. The quartz crystals grow in the same way as in granite, but the heat and pressure cause the quartz sand to recrystallize into a white to gray stone.
Quartzite is a hard stone that can be used to make countertops and can also be polished, but it has a softer feel than granite. Both granite and quartzite are durable and scratch-resistant, and they can be cut into a variety of shapes including slabs, tiles, and squares.