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A-Right  The Look of Marble. . .  The Character of Granite

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Where Does Quartzite Come From?

Most quartzite used in kitchen countertops and bathroom vanities can be found and mined in Brazil.  It’s often the rock that is found at the crest of mountain ranges as exposed bedrock.  Little or no soil cover it.  It’s tough and durable enough to withstand weathering & erosion.

Quartzite is also one of the most chemical resistant rocks found on the face of the earth.  This makes it the perfect material for countertop fabricators in Kansas City.

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Quartzite is a hard, non-foliated metamorphic rock which was originally pure quartz sandstone.  Sandstone is converted into quartzite through heating and pressure usually related to tectonic compression within orogenic belts. Pure quartzite is usually white to grey, though quartzites often occur in various shades of pink and red due to varying amounts of iron oxide (Fe2O3). Other colors, such as yellow, green, blue and orange, are due to other mineral impurities.

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Quartzite Countertops

It Looks Like Marble But Acts Like Granite

No two slabs are exactly the same.  It’s durable and veining varies from slab to slab and it has that depth that you see in granite. If stone is your favorite, natural quartzite could be a good choice for you.  It already is for countertop fabricators in Kansas City.

The veining creates elegant movement and the neutral colors complement any design.  It’s luxurious and durable stone.  Perfect for upscale-elegant countertops that is unmatched by any other stone countertop.

Quartzite Cleaning Recommendations

Quartzite’s hardness protects it from scratching and etching, but it does need sealing to help it resist stains. Other than that, natural quartzite care is simple. Wipe frequently with a damp cloth and use mild soaps or stone cleaners. Avoid abrasives scrubs to maintain a “like-new” appearance.

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In House Material

Currently, SCI is stocking 1 quartzite color – Taj Mahal. It’s a price Group 9 and is sold by the square foot. Come in and see a full slab in our professional showroom at 12800 Shawnee Mission Parkway in Shawnee, Kansas.

Special Order Quartzite

If we don’t have the material color that you’re looking for… it’s likely we can get it. We call it “Hand Select”.
“Hand Select” are usually specially ordered and sold by the slab.

Stocked Quartzite (Natural Stone)

Group_9 Group Nine Quartzite

White Macaubus Quartzite

Taj Mahal

Hand Select Quartzite (Natural Stone)

 Special Orders or Discontinued Colors

White Macaubus Quartzite

White Macaubus

A-Right  Edge Profiles (Quartzite Countertops)

Eased

Beveled

Waterfall

Demi Bullnose

Full Bullnose

Chiseled

Ogee

Triple Pencil

A-Right  Advantages of a Quartzite Countertop

Quartzite will not depreciate with time and will continuously add value to any property where they are installed. Unlike synthetics, quartzite presents a surface depth that seems almost three-dimensional. It has a luminance that’s absent from other surfaces. Regardless of its finish, quartzite creates an immediate impression of elegance, and is considered a definite plus on any real estate broker’s checklist.  This is a popular choiCe for countertop fabricators in Kansas City.

Quartzite Adds Value to Your Property: 94%
Quartzite Color Options & Consistency: 80 (B-)
Quartzite is Affordable: 93%
Qurtzite is Easy to Maintain: 85 (B)
Quartzite is Durabile: 98 (A+)
Quartzite is Resistant to Heat: 92 (A-)
Quartzite Can Be Repaired: 81 (B-)

A-Right  Contact SCI – Countertop Fabricators Kansas City

Come experience our beautiful show room in Shawnee, KS. We’re happy to give you a tour of our facility. If you have a quick question, feel free to give us a call. We look forward to introducing you to the quality craftsmanship of Johnson County’s top natural stone fabricator – SCI.

Address
12800 Shawnee Mission Parkway
Shawnee, KS 66216

Phone
Office:   913-422-0500

Fax
Residential Fax:    913-422-1103
Commercial Fax:    913-825-0627

Hours of Operation (Week Days)
Monday – Friday:   8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (or by appointment)

Hours of Operation (Weekends)
Saturday:   9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (appointments encouraged)