You can always count on us, as we’re a top name in bathroom and kitchen countertops.
A kitchen wouldn’t be very functional without a few key components. These include the cabinets, which provide valuable storage space, and the countertops, which serve as the surface for preparing and serving meals. But beyond the function of the countertops in a kitchen, the materials selected impact the overall look and feel of the space. If you’re a remodeler, builder, bath and kitchen dealer, or general contractor, you may be looking for a trusted provider of countertop services. You can always count on us at Cutting Edge Stoneworks for this need, as we’re a top name in bathroom and kitchen countertops in the Charlotte, North Carolina area.
With more than three decades of experience working with various types of countertop materials, we have become the go-to in the area for fabrication and installation services. Many of our clients are contractors who perform renovations and construction work but need to outsource the creation and installation of the countertops. We offer granite, quartz, porcelain, slate, marble, travertine, quartzite, limestone, soapstone, and onyx kitchen countertops, and we can also install these materials in other rooms of the home.
You can view more than 5,000 slabs at our slab yard to choose the material that will be the best fit for your next job. With our state-of-the-art equipment, we’re able to cut natural stone and engineered materials more precisely, as well as polish and profile the edges. We’re confident that your clients will be thrilled with our results, so contact us to request more information about our kitchen countertops and the other services we offer.
At Cutting Edge Stoneworks, we install kitchen 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.