Quartzite is a hard, metamorphic rock which was originally sandstone. Sandstone is converted into quartzite through heating and pressure usually related to tectonic compression within organic belts. Quartzite is strong and durable which makes it lasting building material for construction. Quartzite is resistant to wear and tear, has high abrasion, hardness and resistance to chemical attack. Being harder, consistency in dimensions and quality can be maintained with various finishes.

Available in excellent range and finishes (polished, honed, leather, flamed, sand blasted, shot blasted, bush hammered, antique, etc.) with aesthetic appeal knowledgeable architects, aware of its unique qualities, are using it more extensively than ever before.


Buff Brown Quartzite

Desert Brown Quartzite

Fantasy Brown Quartzite

Silver Shadow Quartzite

Golden Fantasy Quartzite

Sahara Brown Quartzite

Silver Grey Quartzite

Rose Quartzite

Fawn Quartzite

Lenier Grey Quartzite (Thin vein)

Stratio Grey Quartzite (Broad vein)

Golden wave Quartzite

Golden Dunes Quartzite

Silver Wave Quartzite

Woodland Quartzite