Consider Caesarstone countertops for your kitchen remodel.
When building a new home or remodeling a kitchen, you have a lot of decisions to make, including those about your countertops. You can choose from all kinds of engineered and natural stones, each with different colors, patterns, and styles. Every countertop material comes with its own advantages and disadvantages, but our team offers many different countertop materials here at Cutting Edge Stoneworks. One of the countertops we can recommend for your Asheville, North Carolina kitchen is our Caesarstone countertops.
Caesarstone countertops are a brand of quartz countertops that are engineered for state-of-the-art quality and colors. These countertops are highly durable, sustainable, and non-porous. The non-porous surface makes it easy to clean and highly resistant to stains, scratches, and chips. It’s no wonder that so many of our customers choose these countertops for their own kitchens and bathrooms. While these materials are engineered to withstand certain amounts of heat, it’s still important to note that placing hot pots or pans directly on the countertops could result in damaging the surface.
While Caesarstone countertops may not have the same natural veining effect as marble or granite, you can still enjoy the natural stone beauty and texturing of quartz. There are many color varieties to choose from, so you’ll be sure to find something to match your space perfectly. You can also rest assured that we will provide you with only the best fabricated countertops, with perfectly polished edges and details, made by our top-of-the-line technology.
Consider Caesarstone countertops for your kitchen remodel. Give us a call to get started today.
At Cutting Edge Stoneworks, we install Caesarstone countertops in Charlotte, Mooresville, Hickory, Asheville, Matthews, Monroe, Concord, Denver, Lake Norman, Piedmont Triad, Mecklenburg County, Rowan County, Iredell County, Stanley County, Lincolnton County, Cabarrus County, Buncombe County, and Forsyth County, North Carolina, as well as Rock Hill and Indian Land, South Carolina.