Quartzite Slab Gallery
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Quartzite Slab Gallery - These Quartzite slabs are located in the Traveler’s Rest, South Carolina SLABCO warehouse. To see Quartzite slabs located in Elberton, Georgia, click here. Quartzite slabs are generally used for floors, walls, countertops and for outside as cladding and pavement. Quartzite is also quite beautiful, and is often seen as exterior surfaces of buildings. Quartzite slabs are generally light-colored beiges, whites and tans, blue, green, brown, desert yellow and black .
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Quartzite slabs are fabricated by the sawing of limestone blocks in the desired thickness, then polished like marble or granite slabs. Quartzite slabs are available in a wide range of sizes for multiple uses. The large sized Quartzite slabs are typically used for flooring, wall cladding, and countertops. Limestone slabs are suitable for both exterior and interior applications. Quartzite slabs are hard, impervious, and compact and have low water absorption. Quartzite slabs have a high resistance in freezing and thawing conditions. Due to this, Quartzite slabs can be used in any atmospheric conditions without getting affected. The surface texture of Quartzite slabs is fine grained. . The common colors of Quartzite slabs are blue, green, brown, desert yellow and black. Quartzite slabs are also sometimes sold as marble slabs. Quartzite slabs impart an aesthetic look and add grandeur to any indoor or outdoor application.