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Quartzite: Advantages and innovative possibilities: a unique stone for cladding

Updated: 4 days ago

Natural quartzite is becoming increasingly popular in construction, a trend that has been developing actively over the past two years. Its unique beauty attracts attention thanks to its resemblance to marble, durability, and ease of maintenance. Unlike marble, quartzite is highly durable and often harder than granite, while still maintaining its elegance and beauty.

High wear resistance and extremely low abrasion make quartzite an ideal material for use even in the most active areas of the home.

Natural quartzite can be white, yellow, pink, or gray, but white quartzite is the most popular and versatile. Blue quartzite, although not found in nature, can be synthesized artificially, retaining all the characteristics of the natural counterpart.


Quartzite is widely used in construction for cladding building facades, providing reliable protection against external influences.

Facades Quartzite


In the interior, quartzite is used for cladding walls, floors, stairs, as well as in the manufacture of furniture and decorative elements. It is characterized by strength, environmental friendliness, temperature resistance, and moisture resistance.

Interiors Quartzite

Advantages of quartzite:

  • Strength and hardness;

  • Environmental friendliness;

  • Temperature resistance;

  • Moisture resistance;

  • Resistance to chemical substances;

  • Resistance to aggressive external environment.

The use of natural stone in the interior gives the room a unique charm and naturalness. By choosing quartzite, you make a reliable contribution to the beauty and functionality of your home.

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