Natural and engineered stone are not limited to counters and floors.

Quartzite Sinks in Central PA

Working on a new build or a remodel gives you the chance to personalize your home to your unique tastes and style. Each feature you choose will come together for a stunning result.

For work in a kitchen or bathroom, choosing the right sink is one of the most critical choices you’ll make. From finding the right style kitchen sink to deciding between a single or double vanity in a master bedroom, your option should bring both functionality and beauty to the room.

Choose Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile to find the perfect sink. Our quartzite sinks for your bathroom or kitchen will create a beautiful feature in your home for many years to come.

Benefits of Quartzite Sinks

Quartzite is one of the most durable stones available for new builds and remodels. With such strength, you won’t have to worry about chips, stains, scratches, and other damage. Whether you love to experiment in the kitchen or you’re dreaming of turning your bathroom into a mini beauty salon, you’ll never have to worry about any of your tools and other items damaging the sink.

With its strength also comes excellent heat resistance. You can move hot pots and pans directly into the sink in your kitchen or place hot curling irons onto the edge of the sink in the bathroom without worry.

Disadvantages of Quartzite Sinks

Even with so many different benefits, this stone has a few drawbacks you’ll want to consider. Quartzite has a very distinctive look that fits best with more modern and contemporary designs. If your home has a more traditional look, a quartzite sink may look a little bit out of place.

For many homeowners, the major drawback of quartzite is its high cost. However, unlike other projects, you may not need a lot of stone for your sink. Using quartzite for a kitchen or bathroom sink will be far more affordable than using it for countertops for an entire kitchen.

Maintaining Quartzite Sinks

Like any natural or fabricated stone, you’ll need to give quartzite the proper maintenance to keep it in the best condition possible. With great strength and durability, it doesn’t need as much maintenance as other options.

When cleaning the surface, make sure to wipe up spills and other messes with the right cleaner to keep the shine and color that makes quartzite so distinctive. Besides wiping up daily messes, the only other type of maintenance it will need is resealing. When you reseal the sink every one to two years, it will continue resisting damage by staining.

Cost of a Quartzite Sink

On the lower end, quartzite sinks cost about $85 per square foot but can often be closer to $120 per square foot. Current pricing, the cost of labor, and the size of the project all affect the final price.

If you’re considering a quartzite kitchen or bathroom sink, choose Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile for the installation. Contact us today to learn more about our quartzite options or to request a free estimate.

Quartzite Sink Project Gallery

A kitchen with a large island and cream-colored cabinets
Gray and white countertop in a kitchen with white cabinets
Overhead view of a kitchen with a large island with a white countertop

Trusted Suppliers

At Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz & Granite, we acquire our natural stone materials, sinks, and faucets through a wide variety of preferred suppliers, guaranteeing you the perfect combination of style and within budget.

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