Add a touch of elegance and character to any space with our high-quality surface cladding.
At Cutting Edge Stoneworks, we’re proud to be a trusted countertop fabricator that has been serving the Asheville, North Carolina region for over 30 years. However, our expertise doesn’t end there. The natural stone and engineered materials we use to create our high-end countertops can just as easily be used for other purposes, including surface cladding.
Surface cladding is an excellent way to add elegance and character to any space. If you are a home builder, general contractor, remodeler, or designer, and you want to really wow your client, surface cladding can take your project to new heights and offer the individuality your client is looking for in their space.
Surface cladding can come in many forms. For instance, a feature wall can take a plain living room from uninspired to visually striking. It can serve as the perfect backdrop, especially if the other design elements in the space are inconspicuous or neutral. Surace cladding is also great for areas around fireplaces or anywhere else you want to create a focal point. For instance, surface cladding on a shower wall can create a truly unique look in an otherwise ordinary bathroom.
We can work with many types of materials, including marble, granite, quartzite, onyx, soapstone, limestone, travertine, slate, and quartz. We would be happy to discuss our selection with you or even talk with you about the vision you have for your client’s space so that we can assist you as you choose surface cladding that accomplishes your client’s goals.
Contact us today to learn more about our surface cladding options or our other high-quality products.
At Cutting Edge Stoneworks, we install surface cladding 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.