Custom Quartzite Countertops, Houston, TX
Often confused with quartz, quartzite is actually a completely different countertop material. Nature creates quartzite by exposing sandstone to high pressure and heat deep under the earth. Because it comes directly from natural stone, quartzite boasts random, unique patterns in many colors that will look stunning in your kitchen or bathroom—or any other room, for that matter.
If you want quartzite countertops in your home, then you’re in luck. At King’s Granite & Marble, we can do it all: source, hand-cut, and install custom countertops to help you create the space of your dreams.
Professional Quartzite Countertop Installation in Houston, TX
As a fabrication company, we can arrange your quartzite countertops to fit your tastes. The quartzite color typically ranges from white to gray, but we can also procure more exotic shades for you like Cristallo Pink, Blue Fusion, or Gaya Green.
No matter which color you choose, our pros at King’s Granite & Marble will ensure that you receive the highest-quality countertop installation experience. Our process begins with a free on-site price estimate. Then, we’ll take down your measurements and use them to hand-cut, reinforce, polish, install, seal, and finish your new quartzite countertops.
In addition to installing your new counters, we’ll even take your old ones off your hands for you. You won’t have to lift a finger once we’re in the picture.
Our Convenient 6-Step Process for Your New Countertops
Are Quartzite Countertops the Right Choice for Your Home?
Many describe them as the best of both worlds between marble and granite, and quartzite clearly comes with several advantages. If you’re considering adding quartzite counters to your home, here are a few reasons why you will probably choose to make that wise decision.
Marble’s swirling design adds an elegant touch to any space, but marble is on the pricey side. Fortunately, quartzite looks so much like marble that people regularly mistake the former for the latter at stone yards—and it costs much less.
Quartzite may look similar to marble, but it doesn’t act the same. The high pressure that formed quartzite during metamorphosis makes it even more robust than marble, so it won’t etch as marble does. In fact, it’s actually harder than granite, so you won’t have to worry about chips or cracks.
Forged from heat underground, quartzite bears a high resistance to heat. Therefore, a pot fresh off the stove or curling iron set on high won’t scorch or crack your countertops.
Quartzite’s low porosity makes it antibacterial, mold- and mildew-resistant, and unlikely to stain after a spill. Because these yucky substances won’t seep into the surface, quartzite countertops are easy to clean. All you’ll need is a mild soap and warm water to maintain them on a day-to-day basis.
Quartzite Countertops for the Kitchen, Bathroom, and More
Quartzite Kitchen Countertops
Your kitchen countertops endure a lot of daily wear and tear, so you want a durable surface that will rise to the occasion. Spills, sharp cutlery, acidic food, and even hot pans are no match for quartzite kitchen countertops, so you’ll enjoy your beautiful kitchen damage-free for years to come.
Quartzite Bathroom Countertops
The same goes for your bathroom, too: Quartzite bathroom countertops can tolerate hot hair tools, sharp razors, and any spills from the beauty and personal care products you use when you get ready every day.
High-use areas aren’t the only places in your home fit for quartzite counters – If you want custom counters made from quartzite in your home bar, laundry room, or craft room, for instance, we can make that happen. You can even use quartzite countertops for your outdoor kitchen since they won’t fade in the sunlight or crack in the heat.
You can also apply quartzite to several other elements in your home, including vanities, showers, and fireplace surrounds.
Why Choose Us for Your Custom Quartzite Countertops?
At King’s Granite & Marble, we like to say that we deliver quality fit for a king. That means crafting our own quartzite countertops so that we can cut them to give you truly custom products. Most other Houston-area contractors who use prefabricated quartzite wouldn’t be able to provide you with a surface with a seamless pattern as we can.
Furthermore, you’d be hard-pressed to find an installation crew with as much passion and attention to detail that our team has.
And the best part? You won’t pay us a cent until we finish installing your quartzite countertops and can see that you love the result.
Are you ready to bring your custom quartzite countertop vision to life? Call King’s Granite & Marble today at (713) 357-6258 for your FREE in-home estimate.