Kitchen & Bathroom Countertops

Quartzite Countertops in Raleigh, NC

Raleigh NC Quartzite Countertops

If you are looking for beautiful and luxurious quartzite countertops for your home, Yeshua Cornerstone can help. We love quartzite and believe that it offers a truly unique set of features that other types of materials don't. Quartzite is a natural stone that has been growing in popularity over the years and is sure to bring a shine to your kitchen or bathroom. 

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Upgrade Your Kitchen with Quartzite Countertops

Quartzite is a natural stone that starts out as sandstone and is tranformed over time by heat and pressure. After the transformation process, you are left with a gorgeous material that can be used to upgrade your home into a luxurious space. Quartzite can be used for a variety of purposes in the home, including upgrading your countertop, table, and more. Not only does it add value and beauty to your home, but it is an extremely durable material that will last over time. 

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Experience the Beauty and Durability of Quartzite Countertops

Quartzite countertops are very durable when compared to other options and offer a beautiful and elegant look that tends to be found in marble countertops. They are very strong and can hold up over time and we believe they are worth every penny. If you are looking for something that resembles certain types of marble but is more resistant to scratches and chipping, then quartzite may be what you are looking for. 

Pros and Cons of Quartzite

Pros of Quartzite

  • Quartzite is natural stone (commonly confused with quartz) and has a beautiful and truly unique appearance that will leave you speechless. We love it, and believe it is worth every penny.
  • Quartzite is a very durable, scratch resistant, and heat resistant. However, we always recommend that you take care of your countertops regardless of whether or not they are heat or scratch resistant. If you are persistent enough, you can damage almost anything.
  • One of the best parts about choosing quartzite for your kitchen is that it is considered a low maintenance countertop solution. While it is resistant to stains to a great extent, we always recommend caution depending on the liquid or item spilled. 

Cons of Quartzite

  • Certain types of quartzite may be harder to find and source than other types of materials, which means that it can require more effort and time to source specific types, or the material can be priced a little higher.
  • As stated above, quartzite may be a little pricier than alternative kitchen countertop options. However, we believe they are worth every penny because of their durability and beauty. 
  • Quartzite is a strong and durable countertop solution for your kitchen and requires relatively low maintenance. However, we recommend that you take care of your countertop and ensure that it is sealed properly from time to time to provide the utmost protection from scratching or staining. 

Quartzite vs. Quartz


  • Quartzite is not the same as quartz. Quartzite is a natrual stone and provides natural and elegant beauty to any home or space. 
  • Since quartzite is a natural stone formed from sandstone, it is considered heat resistant and can withstand much higher temperatures than quartz.  
  • It's an extremely durable material and requires little maintenance, but does need to be sealed from time to time to help prevent scratching and staining. 


  • Quartz countertops are a man-made engineered stone countertop that is one of the hardest on the market. It's heavy and high quality and has a wide range of styles and colors to choose from unlike quartzite. 
  • Although quartz is an extremely popular countertop option and is very durable, it's not heat resistant, so remember to use your hot pads if you decide to go with quartz for your countertops. 
  • Quartz countertops are low maintenance and really don't require much maintenance, and they do not require sealing. 

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Quartzite vs. Granite


  • Quartzite has fewer options, styles, and colors to choose from then granite countertops. However, quartzite provides a top-notch luxurious look and feel to any kitchen or bathroom space. 
  • Quartzite is less porous than granite countertops. This makes it less prone to scratches and stains. 
  • Quartzite may be a bit more expensive than granite in general, but this completely depends on the type of granite you are looking for. 


  • Granite has more styles and colors to choose from than quartzite does while still offering a beautiful and luxurious look to any home. 
  • Granite, in general, tends to be less expensive than quartzite, but this depends on the type of granite you choose for your home. 
  • Like quartzite, granite is a natural stone and has a truly unique appearance. No two slabs of granite look the same

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I seal my quartzite countertops?

While quartzite is a very durable material, it is somewhat porous. This means it needs to be sealed periodically to help prevent staining. We recommend sealing your quartzite every 6 months or so, but at least once every year.

Can quartzite countertops be used outdoors?

Yes, quartzite is a natural stone and can therefor be used outdoors for your kitchens or spaces. But as with some of the other countertop options, quartzite will need to be sealed periodically to help protect it from the outside elements. If you will be investing time and money into getting beautiful quartzite countertops, we recommend that you also perform proper maintenance to help them last over time.

How do I clean and maintain my quartzite countertops?

Cleaning your quartzite countertops is relatively easy. All you need is a soft cloth and some soap and water. Simply wash and wipe the surface as necessary and you’re all done. We recommend that you avoid using strong chemicals that could damage the surface, and remember, you will also want to seal your quartzite countertops every 6-12 months. And that’s it!

What is the price difference between quartzite and granite countertops?

The price difference is completely dependent on the exact types, styles, and supplier that are chosen for each. In general, quartzite is a bit more expensive than granite, but it really does depend on what you choose, as there are some options for granite available that are very high-end that could be just as expensive as quartzite if not more. That makes this a somewhat difficult question to answer.

Is quartzite suitable for use in bathrooms?

Absolutely, quartzite is a wonderful option for both kitchens and bathrooms. As long as you take care of it, it will last a lifetime and always look like a million dollar countertop.

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Quartzite Countertops Showroom in Raleigh, NC

If you would like to see the different styles and options we have available in our showroom, please give us a call to view some samples. We would love to show you around and provide you with more information and answer your questions. We are based right here in Raleigh, NC. Our phone number is (919)-615-1021. See some of our 5 star customer reviews about our high quality products and services.


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