Quartzite Tiles

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Quartzite

Quartzite – An Ethereal Gift from Mother Nature

Low Water Absorption rates, Highly resilient.

Textured Surface-highly slip resistant. Slip resistance tests reveal a surface that has good grip characteristics with a low risk of slipping on a wet surface. These characteristics make the stone very safe for young children who run with abandon. it is also a stone well suited to pathways for the elderly who are more prone to slipping and falling. Saltwater Resistant-Quartzite has shown to be highly resistant to salt attack indicating the suitability of these products for the hostile chemical environment of salt water pools.

Completely Natural & Chemical-free. Quartzite is as it comes from the earth - completely natural, especially flagstone pieces. This type of stone has had minimal manufacturing input and is totally free of any form of chemical. It is well suited for landscaping design that demands elements that are more naturalistic. Handles high traffic areas easily. This quartzite is so hard that it wears out diamond tipped cutting wheels quickly. It is one of the hardest stones which is a blessing because it can handle high traffic areas easily.

Quartzite is a naturally occurring stone that is very often confused with the similar sounding “Quartz.” Unlike quartz, that is engineered, quartzite is mined from a quarry, just like granite, marble and other natural stones.

Whether you’re remodeling your kitchen, renovating your bathroom or fixing up your home’s interiors, Quartzite is a great choice.

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Quartzite Characteristics

Quartzite is one of the densest natural stones in the world with high density, low porosity and very low water absorption rates. This makes the stone very resilient to challenges from the elements such as staining from leaf and vegetative tannins. The quartzite surface is quite textured so it also has high resistance to slipping when wet - perfect for outdoors, especially driveways, pool decks and patios. It is also perfect for use on floors and walls. Quartzite is made up of grains of quartz - one of the hardest minerals (Mohs scale 7), cemented together by calcite and silica that give it a reflective quality. The colours range between a blend of light and dark grey through to orange and rust hues. When held to the light, the tiles can sparkle with silver flecks as the light bounces off the quartz particles.

quarzite

Best Used For:

Accent Walls

Kitchen countertops

Vanity Counters

Kitchen Islands

Few Reasons

Here are a few Reasons to Choose Quartzite for your Home
Raj Green Sandstone

Looks just like marble

If you love marble, then you’ll certainly love quartzite. It looks just like marble, but it’s easier to maintain compared to marble. If you’re worried about the high maintenance of marble, then quartzite is a better option.

Autumn Brown Sandstone

Highly Durable

Quartzite is strong and lasts for years to come without any sign of wear and tear. This makes it a perfect fit for high footfall areas like bathrooms, kitchens, hallways and living rooms.

Kandla Grey Sandstone

No Etches, Chips or Cracks

The durability of quartzite makes it a perfect fit for kitchen and vanity countertops. Unlike marble, quartzite doesn’t etch, chip or crack.

Raj Green Sandstone

Low Maintenance

Cleaning quartzite is super simple. All you need are – soap and warm water, and your surfaces will look good as new. No need for any special cleaners. The only precaution you have to take is to – wipe spills quickly. But, then that’s something most of us regularly do.

Autumn Brown Sandstone

UV Resistant

Quartzite is resistant to UV rays making it a perfect fit for outdoor usage. The stone doesn’t fade with constant exposure to sunlight. So, it’s the right choice for outdoor patios, verandahs, or even rooms that receive ample sunlight.

AFFORDABLE

AFFORDABLE

Contrary to popular belief, granite is affordable. A few years ago, granite could be afforded only by the super-rich. Advancements in the quarrying techniques, and an increase in the number of fabricators have brought down granite prices.

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