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Quartzite Slab

CopaCabana

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CopaCabana quartzite mineral comes from sandstone which undergoes a natural process to become a metamorphic rock. These rocks are made through high pressure beneath the earth’s crust.

 

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Our inventory consists of many different types of natural stone including marble, limestone, quartz, travertine, granite, porcelain, and onyx. Most of our materials are available in both slabs and tiles. Here in our 2.5-acre slab yard, we carry over 500 different types of stone including over 50 different exotics. We pride ourselves on personal customer service and top-quality products. We are consistently working on creating new innovative ideas, trend-setting materials, and cutting edge designs.

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CopaCabana quartzite, which is also known as a metamorphic rock, is created from sandstone that has been naturally heated and compressed beneath the surface of the Earth. Like marble, this natural stone material has been transformed through heat and pressure and is both durable and visually appealing. Quartzite tile has a variety of residential design uses, both inside and outside the home. The exterior uses of this tile include hardscaping projects, like lining walkways and driveways. This stone can also enhance interior walls and floors, and update the look of the living room fireplace or bathroom shower walls. Quartzite tile stands up to household wear and tear fairly well, and is preferred because it is heat and stain resistant.

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