In addition to their functionality, bathroom countertops play a role in the visual appeal of the space.
Renovating a home is an exciting process, but it can also feel overwhelming when the property owner has to make many decisions. Since there are countless materials and styles available for the various aspects of the space, it’s hard to know what will be the best fit. But at Cutting Edge Stoneworks, we work with renovators, contractors, and other skilled professionals in the industry (as well as homeowners) to provide high-quality countertop services. We can fabricate and install all types of kitchen and bathroom countertops, made from the best materials available in the Charlotte, North Carolina area.
Bathroom countertops are an important functional element in this highly utilized space of a home. They’re often used to store essential items, keeping them within easy reach. But in addition to their functionality, bathroom countertops play a role in the visual appeal of the space. Worn or dated countertops don’t add much to the look and feel, so replacing them is a worthwhile endeavor for any property owner.
If you’re looking for a trusted provider of bathroom countertops, you can count on us. We have over three decades of combined experience in the industry, as well as access to beautiful natural stone materials like marble, granite, onyx, limestone, slate, soapstone, and more. If your clients are looking for other options, our selection also includes quartz, travertine, quartzite, and porcelain. You can even opt for recycled glass, which will give the surface a stunning and unique appearance. When it comes to bathroom countertops, we’re experts and can take care of fabricating and installing the materials for your project.
At Cutting Edge Stoneworks, we install bathroom 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.