Quartzite Countertop Installation
Olathe Quartzite Countertop Installers
Since 2006, Midwest Marble and Granite has been offering high quality and affordable custom quartzite countertop installs to the greater Kansas City area. Quartzite is a naturally occurring metamorphic rock. It is created when sandstone is subjected to extreme heat and pressure caused by tectonic plate compression in the crust of the earth. Quartzite requires quite a bit more TLC. It must be sealed before use and re-sealed one or two times per year but when properly resealed, quartzite cleanup is easy.
Quartzite countertops withstand heat very well and can withstand longer exposures to heat.
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“Nick and his team did a great job with our kitchen. They were all very professional and were open to offering suggestions and education regarding care for our countertops. There is an art to stone cut and placement, and they really have a knack for it! ” ~ Chelsea McCoy
One of the unique areas we specialize in is custom countertop edgework. A custom edge really creates the difference between a standard remodel and one that makes a truly extraordinary statement. Some of the edges you can select from including bevel edge, eased edge, bullnose, ¼ Round over and many more options.
What are the benefits of installing new quartzite countertops in your home?
- Quartzite is more durable than granite.
- Quartzite closely resembles marble.
- Quartzite is UV resistant.
- Quartzite is highly resistant to heat and stains.
- We can also custom design an edge profile for your quartzite kitchen countertop.
Quartzite Color Chart
Below are a few of the most popular Quartzite countertop colors for 2022. Visit our online Quartzite Slab Color Chart to see our entire collection or schedule a visit to our showroom.
Midwest Quartzite Countertop Installation Service Area
Midwest is located in Olathe, KS but provides expert quartzite countertop installation services to Overland Park, Lenexa, Shawnee, Leawood, and the entire Kansas City area.