Quartzite Countertops Crafted to Perfection by Trio Surfaces

Experience the luxury and craftsmanship of Trio Surfaces fabricated quartzite.

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Leading Quartzite Fabricator 

Your Home, Reimagined With Quartzite

Quartzite, not to be confused with quartz, is a beautiful, natural material known for its unmatched strength and durability. It is created from sandstone, forming under the earth under intense heat and pressure. The results? An extremely strong material that is unlike any other for your home. 

The Benefits of Quartzite 


Quartzite is tougher than quartz, making it more resistant to scratches and wear and tear. This durability ensures that your surfaces will maintain their appearance and integrity even after years of use. 

Low maintenance

Make sure to inquire with your sales rep about having your quartzite countertops  sealed during installation, making them easy to clean and maintain. The cleaning process of this natural stone does not require any unique product. Using just soap and warm water is more than enough to keep your countertops sparkling clean. Avoid chemical-based cleaning materials to prevent any sort of damage to the sealant.

Natural Appearance 

Whether its white quartzite reminiscent of snow or a more earthy red/orange, quartzite is extremely natural looking. Plus each piece has a unique veining, ensuring a one-of-a-kind look and feel for your space.

The Limitations of Quartzite

Being that it is a porous material, quartzite is prone to staining. It requires a sealant application to avoid this. 

Bacterial Invasions
Quartzite is susceptible to staining and bacterial invasions if proper maintenance and sealing are not performed throughout the materials lifespan. 

Vein Matching at seams for certain projects 
The ability to match all veins at seams can be limited in certain situations. This is due to the natural patterns and veining within each slab of quartzite. 

Quartzite: The The Epitome of Luxury for Your Seattle home 

Kitchen Countertops 

Bathroom Vanity Tops



Furniture Tops



Our craftsmen are highly skilled at fabricating quartzite for a variety of applications. From bathroom vanities to kitchen backsplash and countertops, each of our handcrafted pieces is sure to add a touch of luxury to your home.

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Every slab that leaves Trio House is a commitment to our relentless pursuit of excellence.


Our fabrication process is a blend of meticulous craftsmanship and cutting-edge technology, performed by artisans who value detail and precision above all else.

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Your Trusted Partner for Top-tier Quartzite Fabrication

Precision Technology

Professional Expertise and Training

Craftsmanship Meets Innovation

The Trio Surfaces team brings years of knowledge in building, design, manufacturing and fabrication to the table. There is no one better to partner with than us for quartzite fabrication in the Seattle Area. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Quartzite

What is the cost of quartzite countertops? 

The cost of our quartzite countertops varies based on unique factors such as the square footage, level of thickness, and the complexity of installation. When you chat with one of our team members during your consultation, they'll walk you through everything and give you a solid estimate tailored to your specific project.

How long do quartzite countertops last? 

Luckily, quartzite is known for its strength and durability. With proper installation and maintenance, your quartzite countertops can last for decades, even a lifetime. 

What is the downside of quartzite countertops?

One of the main downsides of quartzite is that it is extremely porous. It requires regular sealing to maintain its resistance to stains and bacterial infections, which can add to the maintenance costs over time.


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2880 W Valley Hwy N Suite 102
Auburn, WA 98001