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Sea Pearl | Installed Quartzite Countertops | Polished Finish Available | 2.0cm, 3.0cm Thickness Options

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$98.59

/ sf installed
Variable Price
FREE Onsite Laser Measuring
Thickness: 3.0cm
Finish: Polished
Style: Sea Pearl
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About This Item:

Aesthetic Description: Sea Pearl quartzite is a smooth, serene blend of grays ranging from frost to charcoal. Veins and cascades of subtle contrast create this uniquely refined pattern.

Suitable Applications: Indoor & Outdoor Surfaces

Style: Sea Pearl

Product Information:
Stain Resistance
Moderate Resistance: Regular sealing needed; fairly stain resistant
Scratch Resistance
Highly Resistant: Extremely durable; ideal for high-traffic areas
Heat Resistance
Highly Resistant: Withstands high heat; ideal for kitchens
Hardness
Rated 7 on Mohs Hardness scale; very hard, resists scratches and impacts well
Periodic Re-sealing
Required annually
Country of Origin
Various countries
Item Weight
18-20 lbs/sf
Material Warranty
1-Year Limited Warranty
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MSI - Austin
2300-8 Scarbrough Dr.
austin, TX 78728

Monday - Friday 8:00am-5:00pm Saturday: 9:00am-1:00pm

$98.59

/ sf installed
Variable Price
FREE Onsite Laser Measuring
As soon as Jul 24
FREE Installation Estimates
Installed as soon as Aug 05

Countertop Installation Available in Austin area

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  • If you prefer to send us architectural drawings (or even a rough sketch), we’re happy to do this for you
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Q: What are quartzite countertops made of?

A: Quartzite countertops are made from natural metamorphic rock that originates as sandstone. Through high heat and pressure, the sandstone transforms into quartzite, a hard and durable stone.

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Q: Do quartzite countertops require sealing?

A: Yes, quartzite countertops are porous and should be sealed to protect against stains and spills. It is recommended to seal quartzite countertops at least once a year or as needed, depending on usage and the type of sealer used.

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Q: How do quartzite countertops compare to quartz countertops?

A: Quartzite countertops are natural stone, while quartz countertops are engineered. Quartzite is harder and more heat-resistant, but it requires sealing, unlike quartz. Quartz offers more consistent colors and patterns, while quartzite has unique natural variations.

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Q: Can quartzite countertops withstand heat?

A: Yes, quartzite countertops are highly heat-resistant and can withstand high temperatures from hot pots and pans. However, it is still advisable to use trivets or hot pads to prevent thermal shock or potential damage.

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Q: What should I do if my quartzite countertop chips or cracks?

A: Quartzite is durable but can chip or crack under heavy impact. Small chips can often be repaired with epoxy or resin. For larger cracks or significant damage, it is best to contact a professional for repair or replacement.

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Q: Are quartzite countertops scratch-resistant?

A: Yes, quartzite is one of the hardest natural stones and is highly scratch-resistant. However, using cutting boards is recommended to prevent any potential scratches and to protect your knives from dulling.

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Q: How should I clean and maintain quartzite countertops?

A: Clean quartzite countertops with mild dish soap and warm water using a soft cloth or sponge. Avoid using harsh chemicals, abrasive cleaners, or acidic substances like vinegar or lemon juice, as they can damage the sealer and stone.

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Q: Can quartzite countertops be used outdoors?

A: Yes, quartzite countertops are suitable for outdoor use. They are durable and can withstand various weather conditions, including sun, rain, and frost. However, it is advisable to choose a lighter color to reduce the risk of fading from prolonged sun exposure.

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Q: How do quartzite countertops compare to marble countertops?

A: Quartzite is more durable, less porous, and less susceptible to scratching and staining compared to marble. Marble has a softer, more elegant look but requires more maintenance and is prone to etching and staining from acidic substances.

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Q: Are quartzite countertops environmentally friendly?

A: Quartzite countertops are considered environmentally friendly as they are made from natural stone. However, the quarrying process can have environmental impacts. Choosing local or regionally sourced quartzite can reduce the carbon footprint associated with transportation.

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