quartzite countertop contractors frisco texas

Marble countertops are widely known to be a classy, high-end option for your kitchen. 

quartz Countertops

Quartz is durable, and vieny. It has a wide varity of colors and patterns and will make any home pop.

granite Countertops

Granite countertops are the most popular option today. And it is the most popular for a reason.

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serving frisco tx for more than 10 years

Granite Countertop Pros has been contracting in Frisco, Texas and surrounding areas for a number of years. We have the correct machinery to create countertops that are custom-cut to your home’s surfaces. Many companies use cookie cutter countertops to save time and money. Our countertop installers ensure quality, and have experience working with marble countertops, quartz countertops and granite countertops as well.

Our Frisco, Tx showroom has over 50 colors of quartzite countertop options to choose from, and we have them all on display for you and your family to look at. Your only job is to pick your favorite option, discuss with our representative, and our quartzite installers will handle the rest. Our Frisco contractors will work with you, your style, your design, and your budget to make sure we are finding you the best quartzite countertop for your needs! We want to make this as easy and affordable as possible, and our goal is to give your family a great experience, and your kitchen a home and gardens look.

Our quartzite installers work with you in your Frisco home to ensure that you are spending what is necessary for the job. We give free estimates prior to all of our countertop installations. Contact us today to get in touch with our specialist and we will work to get you the best countertop cost in Frisco.

why quartzite

Quartzite countertops are one of the more cost effective options for your kitchen countertop replacement. If you love the look of marble but don’t want to break the bank, Quartzite countertops have a similar look, but way more durable.

This material somewhat fly’s under the radar, but its the most durable stone on the market, and a solid choice for any kitchen countertop renovation. Quartzite countertops have beautiful veins that run seamlessly through the material to give your Frisco kitchen an exotic look. Quartzite is considered one of the most durable of all-natural stones. This material is ideal for those wanting to add more color to their kitchens. Our quartzite contractors have tons of experience with this stone and will work with you to make your kitchen pop.

Finally, quartzite, unlike other natural stones, is very easy to care for. Once every few years you may want to put a layer of sealant to fill in the pours. Since it is the toughest of all stones, it will prove to be a great investment over time. Countertop replacements will be few and far between. The natural color of quartzite is typically white or grey, but there are definitely other color options in our Frisco, Tx. countertop showroom. Shades of blue, pink, red, and brown can match any style or artistic direction in your kitchen. Also, quartzite countertops can come in multi color options to give your kitchen an elegant, high class feel.

Quartzite vs quartz

Man made vs natural

The most notable difference between quartz countertops and quartzite countertops is that quartz is man made, while quartzite is a natural stone. A quartzite countertop begins as sandstone. It then gets processed under pressure and heat and fused with quartz crystals.

Quartzite will come in natural colors. Because quartz is man made, it can come in a variety of different color options as many different pigment options can be added upon processing the material.

upkeep and maintenance

Both quartz and quartzite are extremely durable, making them ideal materials for your kitchen countertops. Quartzite, however, needs to be maintained on a bi yearly basis as recommended. Being natural, and porous, it is much more likely to be stained and etched.

Quartz is a low maintenance option for your kitchen because of the way it is made. On the other hand, quartzite is less likely to scratch and can withstand heat better than quartz. Quartz is not nearly as durable.

all about appearances

Since quartzite comes from natural processes, it is typically a white or grey shade, but can come in other colors as well. It is a more cost efficient option than marble countertops, but many substitute the high cost of marble to get an option that looks similar.

Engineered materials are much more flexible, in terms of appearance. Quartz countertops can be possible to maintain consistency in color and therefore more predictable for your kitchen install, making a stress free option.

They were knowledgeable, and helping me pick the quartzite that best suited my kitchen design. If you are remodeling your kitchen, get your countertops from these guys. The showroom in Frisco has literally everything.

I needed quartzite and couldn’t find the color I wanted. Their contractors came to my house, made suggestions, and took me to their showroom where I had a plethora of quartzite countertop options to choose from.

I purchased quartzite countertops for my home in Frisco. Granite counter top pros came to my home, took all of the measurements, and suggested the best option. We are thrilled with the outcome.

Frequently asked questions

does quartzite look like marble

Known for their polished surfaces and high gloss finish, our Frisco marble countertops are made of calcite, which crystallizes when calcified. A marble-like polished surface can also be achieved with quartzite, even though the natural form of quartzite is granular. Quartzite can resemble marble, and you typically pay less.

does quartzite turn yellow

Many people do not know that quartzite can turn yellow over time. The excessive use of bleach and vinegar without thoroughly wiping the surface can, in time, discolor the surface. Please use chemicals at your own risk when  cleaning your quartzite countertops.

is quartzite as durable as granite

Granite countertops and quartzite countertops are both natural stones. While granite typically measures 6-6.5 on the Mohs Hardness Scale, quartzite ranks at a 7. This means that quartzite is a slightly harder, more durable stone than granite if you want to get technical, but both are great options for your home.

is quartzite hard to maintain

Quartzite is a metamorphic rock similar to granite. Along with granite, it is fairly simple to maintain and may only require sealant every couple of years to ensure a beautiful long lasting kitchen or bathroom product for years. Although it looks similar to marble, it responds like granite.

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