Customizing Your Stone Countertops

All stone countertops, such as granite, quartz and marble, can be tailored to a customer’s specifications. Some may choose to keep it simple, while other homeowners may choose to make a bolder statement by choosing creative edges, a nontraditional finish or multiple levels for seating and food preparation. When the experts at C and C Stoneworks customize granite countertops, it is a skillful process.

Our team has years of experience and uses high-tech tools that take the simple granite slab you selected into a finely cut marvel ready for installation in your kitchen. The customization of granite countertops is done carefully and accurately to ensure that each countertop is unique to the customer’s kitchen design.

At C and C Stoneworks our goal is to ensure every countertop we create, and install, has the exact design and look the customer has been dreaming about, and this is how we get there!

1. Talking and Planning Your Kitchen Design

First,  our design specialist has a thorough conversation with the client. Then we will view the kitchen layout and discuss the client’s ideas for not only the countertop, but the sink, island, backsplash, and any special sections for prepping food or additional seating. Your entire project relies on this first step to make sure the final product matches what our customers are envisioning.

2. Creating a Digital Template for the Countertops

Next, we will measure your kitchen and surface areas. Gone are the old ways of measuring, today we use digital technology to create a perfect digital version of kitchen countertops. This ensures every measurement is exact and allows us to see and alter the design before cutting the granite countertops – making mistakes unlikely.

3. Fabricating and Customization of the Granite

The first part of customizing is the cutting. Most countertop fabricators use a digital saw and laser where the digital plan instructs the cutting, and it is exact. This advanced technology and equipment makes precise cuts and edge designs, ensuring each piece of granite is a perfect fit. This technology is also great for complicated designs, such as multi-tiered areas and curved islands, and detailed cuts around sinks.

4. Shape and Shine the Edges

Then the personalization takes place. This is where the granite is shaped to meet your preferences. After cutting the basic shape, the edges are created. C and C Stoneworks uses machines for this, ensuring that the edges are precise. And, then the polish step makes the smooth surface shine, allowing the beauty of the granite to shine through.

5. Quality Check and Finishing Details

Every piece of granite is checked to ensure that it meets our high standards. Any final additions, such as sealing to protect from stains and spills, are added now. This keeps the granite looking great and lasting a long time.

6. Installation

The last step is the installation of the countertops. Our team of experienced professionals make sure everything fits just right. Each piece of granite is secure, paying close attention to the seams and the fit around the sink, appliances and backsplash. The end product is a seamless and striking kitchen our customers are sure to enjoy for years to come.

The Professionals

Custom-cut granite countertops need the touch of professionals. Custom countertops combine skill and precision with the use of modern technology. And the end result is a kitchen countertop that is not only useful, but a work of art that adds to your kitchen’s beauty and value.

Your Local Granite Countertop Team

C and C Stoneworks is the countertop fabricator you need for your kitchen countertop remodel. We have years of experience in fabricating and customizing granite, quartz and marble countertops that are seamlessly installed and enjoyed by homeowners throughout eastern North Carolina including Greenville, New Bern, Goldsboro, Morehead City and Washington. Stop by our Greenville showroom and let our design specialist help you explore our options. The kitchen you have been dreaming about is ready to take shape with our help!

Why Quartz Countertops are Great if you Love to Bake

Design choices are an important part of making your house a home, especially in the kitchen, where cooking and baking is the main priority. When choosing a countertop, it is important to consider more than just looks. We’ve got the details on why a quartz countertop is the best choice for a baker.

Temperature Control

Whether you’re baking pies, cookies, or bread – there is always dough to roll out. With quartz countertops, the counter temperature is always cool, which keeps ingredients from melting, crusts crispy, and makes it easier to mold and cut dough. An extra benefit is that quartz countertops are not chemically sealed, so you don’t have to worry about your ingredients or dough touching any chemicals.

Not Porous and are Easy to Care For

Quartz countertops are not porous, which means it resists stains much better than granite and marble. For bakers, who typically prepare food directly on their counters, this means you will likely have an easy clean-up, whether you have spilled wine, butter, or flour. This also means there are significantly less places for bacteria to reside, making your countertops remarkably sanitary! Cleaning your quartz countertop is an easy feat, simply use a wet cloth to it wipe down.

Extremely Durable

Quartz is also very durable, and resistant to heat and scratches. No matter what, we recommend using potholders and cutting boards – but the occasional slip up will not result in burns or scratches! Regardless, the consistent use of pots, pans, rolling pins, baking sheets, and mixers is no problem for a quartz countertop!

Mix of Real Stone and Resin

Quartz is made from real stone and resin, which makes it more tough and resilient than most other stones. Because quartz is so durable and is made from recycled material, it hardly ever needs to be replaced! Many choose countertops based on looks and feel, so consider quartz when making your decision!

Planning a kitchen remodel and ready to choose your quartz countertops? Give us a call! Our knowledgeable team can give you guidance on which countertop to choose, price ranges, and finishes. Contact us at 252-902-5535 for more information or stop by our showroom at 6144 NC 43 S Greenville, NC to check out our selection!

What You Need to Know About Matte Quartz Countertops

Our last blog gave you all the details, pros and cons, on polished quartz countertops. This blog will focus on the matte finish in hopes of helping you make the best decision for your home when you choose to upgrade your kitchen or bathroom to quartz countertops. Remember, the finish is an important decision and one that should reflect your style and taste.

Matte Quartz Countertops

Matte quartz countertops are preferred among homeowners who are seeking a refined, modern aesthetic for their kitchen or bathroom. In contrast to their polished counterparts, which radiate a shiny and luminescent surface, matte finishes exude a modest, non-reflective personality. This leads to a toned-down appeal that works well with multiple design themes and styles. With less propensity to reveal smudges, watermarks, and fingerprints, matte quartz countertops provide a practical option for busy households, adding a hint of sophistication to any room with their smooth, velvety touch.

Advantages of Matte Finish

Choosing a matte finish for your quartz countertops offers a number of benefits. To start, matte finishes are experts at camouflaging blemishes and scrapes, making them an unbeatable choice for high traffic areas. They also prove to be more accommodating when it comes to maintenance and cleaning as they are less prone to display watermarks or smudges in comparison to polished finishes. Additionally, matte quartz countertops make for a more authentic and muted presentation, contributing to a distinct, modern charm in your kitchen or bathroom. The subdued reflection also minimizes glare and creates a calm ambiance.

Disadvantages of Matte Finish

There are some drawbacks of matte quartz countertops that should be considered. The first drawback to watch for is a potential increase in cleaning frequency compared to polished counter surfaces. Matte surfaces can make dust and blemishes more noticeable, urging for regular upkeep to retain their pristine appearance. You should also be aware that matte finishes might somewhat mute the quartz’s innate color brilliance and sparkle. If you are inclined towards a vibrantly reflective look, a polished finish could be a better fit.

Maintenance Tips for Matte Quartz Countertops

Keeping matte quartz countertops looking their best is easy with proper care. It is crucial to wipe away spills promptly to avoid staining or engraving. Use a gentle, non-abrasive cleanser and a soft cloth or sponge for routine cleanings. Stay away from harsh chemicals or coarse scrubbers that could mar the matte finish. Use a chopping board when using sharp utensils and make sure hot pans or pots are always placed on hot pads or trivets to protect the countertop from harmful heat.

Let the team at C & C Stoneworks help you with your next kitchen countertop project. Remember we are licensed and insured contractors, we have an in-house interior design consultation and when you collaborate with us, we are full-service, meaning you will not have to hire another professional to complete your project. .

To speak with our interior design consultant, call 252-902-5535 or visit our showroom at 6144 NC 43 S Greenville, NC. C & C Stoneworks provides service throughout eastern North Carolina including Greenville, Goldsboro, Morehead City and New Bern.


Everything You Need to Know about Polished Quartz Countertops

When selecting the ideal kitchen or bathroom countertops, you will be faced with the decision of selecting between a polished or matte finish. Each of these finishes has distinct attributes that can alter the aesthetics of your space. Understanding the difference between these two types of quartz countertops finishes is important  to selecting the choice that best fits your style and taste.

Quartz Countertops:

Quartz countertops are celebrated for their resilience, simple upkeep, and visually appealing qualities. Quartz countertops are known for their strength, resistance to staining and scratching, and the wide variety of hues and designs that are available. They also give an elegant and luxurious aesthetic to any kitchen or bathroom.

Making the right choice of finish is important as it affects the overall visual of the surface. The chosen finish dictates the degree of gloss or sheen on the countertop, playing a crucial part in its aesthetic appeal. The finish also affects the maintenance of the quartz countertop moving forward. Considering aspects such as preferred style, functionality, and personal preference can help you select the right finish for your quartz countertops.

Polished Quartz Countertops

Polished quartz countertops have a lustrous glow that is achieved through a grinding process that smooths the surface to a gleaming finish which adds to the quartz’s innate beauty. This finish turns any kitchen or bathroom into an elegant space. Polished quartz surfaces are exceedingly durable, able to resist scuffs and stains while tolerating extreme temperatures. The reflective nature of the polished quartz can add to the room’s dimensions and depth. No matter your style, traditional or contemporary, polished quartz countertops add a sophisticated and enduring elegance to your room.

Advantages of Polished Finish

The benefits of choosing a polished finish for quartz countertops start with the high-end, luxurious ambience the countertop adds to the overall aesthetic of your room. The smooth, glossy finish is  easy to clean as a quick wipe takes care of any dirt or spills, making them perfect for high-activity kitchens. The polished surface will also illuminate the space, giving it a roomier and inviting ambiance.

Disadvantages of Polished Finish

Despite its benefits, polished quartz countertops do bear a few considerations. For example, the glossy surface can highlight fingerprints, water spots, and smudges so it may require more regular cleaning to maintain the countertops pristine appearance. Scratches could also be more noticeable on a polished finish compared to other textures; however, appropriate care and upkeep can reduce these. You should also consider that the mirror-like surface created from polished quartz could create a pronounced glare or reflections under certain lighting scenarios, which may or may not appeal to someone’s taste and the overall decor of the room.

Maintenance Tips for Polished Quartz Countertops

A gentle daily cleansing of polished quartz countertops is imperative for retaining their look. It is advised to use a quartz-specific cleaner or a mild soap, coupled with a soft cloth or sponge for everyday cleaning. Stay away from abrasive cleansers or harsh scrubbers that could impair the glossy finish. Immediate wiping of spills, especially potentially staining substances like coffee, red wine, or acidic liquids, is also important. It is suggested to use protective gear like cutting boards or trivets to shield the surface from hot pans or sharp objects that may damage the polish.

For help selecting your quartz kitchen or bathroom countertops, stop by our showroom at 6144 NC 43 S Greenville, NC, or give us a call at 252-902-5535. We would love to help you select the perfect countertop in the perfect finish. C & C Stoneworks serves cities throughout eastern NC, including Morehead City, New Bern, Greenville, and Goldsboro.

Selecting the Countertop Edge that is Right for Your Kitchen

When you are choosing new countertops, there are quite a few things you will need to consider. Which natural stone do you want? What design is best for your style? Are you looking to make a statement or looking for something more subtle? Do you want a polished finish or not? And, finally, what style edge do you want to finish your kitchen countertops?

You might not think that countertop edging is a big decision to make, especially compared to the type of stone or color. However, the edges of your counter have an impact on the overall aesthetic of your kitchen. Will you go with something modern, more traditional, or something totally unique?

There are a lot of countertop edge options to choose from, and it can all seem a little overwhelming. We are going to give you the breakdown on countertop edges to help make your decision a little easier.

Straight Edge:

If you are looking for something clean and timeless, straight edges are the way to go. There is a reason this design is so popular! The corners of these countertops will be slightly rounded, protecting you from sharp corners and the stone from potential chipping.

Quarter Round Edge:

If you want something that is more elegant, but in an effortless way, then it may be worth considering a quarter round edge. Its rounded edge is enough to alter your kitchen’s overall aesthetic without completely overtaking it.

Waterfall Edge:

If you want your countertops to be the star of your kitchen, a waterfall edge is the perfect choice. This edge draws attention to your counters and the stone you have chosen. This curved design is stunning and will remind you of a waterfall.

Beveled Edge:

This popular countertop edge design is sleek, modern, and angled. It can give your kitchen a more modern feel while remaining constantly in-style throughout the years.

There are plenty more countertop edge styles to choose from, but how do you know which style is right for you? There are a few things you will need to consider when making your decision:

The style of your kitchen.

Countertop edges can alter the aesthetic of your kitchen, so it is important to be mindful of what else is happening in your space. Consider the hardware, cabinets, lighting fixtures, tiling, flooring, and other aspects of your kitchen. Is it sleek and modern? Is it classic and timeless? You will start to notice your style preference when you start taking it all in. One of the countertop edges may jump out to you as the perfect fit for your home.

What’s your lifestyle?

Some countertop edges are sharp and pointy, and the perfect level for children to hit their heads on. While beveled and cave countertop edges can look amazing, if there are children or grandchildren in the home, it may be worth considering a rounded edge – just to be on the safe side.

How much are you willing to spend?

The more complex the edge, the higher the price. Something simpler, like a flat edge, will be less expensive than something more intricate like a waterfall edge. If you are looking to make a statement with your countertop edges and you do not have a limited budget, then maybe the waterfall style is the way to go.

Let C&C Stoneworks help you with your kitchen and/or countertop transformation! With a variety of stone types, colors, and polishes to choose from, our team can help you transform your kitchen or bathroom with the highest quality natural stone countertops! Give us a call today at 252-902-5535 or visit our showroom at 6144 NC Hwy 43 S Greenville, NC.

When is it Time to Replace Your Counters?

How do you know when it’s time to replace your kitchen countertops? Some of the telltale signs are easy to recognize where others may be harder.  However, when the time comes, you should consider the needs of you and your family, as well as being aware of the look and feel you want in your home.

Below we’ve highlighted some of the reasons your kitchen could need updated kitchen countertops.

1. You are considering selling your home and an upgraded kitchen will increase your home’s value.

New countertops can elevate the look of a home and have a direct impact on a home’s value. Selling a home with new counters could allow you to ask for a higher price, but it could also ensure the home sells faster. Even a light kitchen upgrade could increase your home’s value, such as replacing the kitchen countertop but keeping the existing cabinets.

2. You need to accommodate a change in your family or lifestyle.

For many, a life change could require updates in your home. One example could be having children and you need more space for food preparation. Even a small renovation, such as updating or expanding kitchen countertops can provide a family with the additional room they need. Aside from a growing family, you may decide you are ready to do more entertaining in your home, and that could mean you will be spending more time in your kitchen cooking for family and friends.

3. Your kitchen countertops are cracked, eroded, or stained.

Countertops that have been properly cared for can last for decades. However, even kitchen countertops that are properly cared for will show signs of normal wear and tear. Some additional signs that your countertops are worn-out are discoloration, burns, and battered edges. Once your countertops are showing signs of their age, even when you are doing your best to maintain them, it may be time to replace your kitchen countertops.

4. Your countertops have structural or smoke damage.

Almost 50% of all house fires start in the kitchen due to faulty cooking appliances. If you’ve had a fire in your kitchen and your countertops are damaged, you should consider replacing your countertops. Even the smallest fire can cause smoke or structural damage to countertops. Fortunately, most homeowner’s insurance plans will cover the cost to replace your damaged kitchen countertops.

5. Your countertops are outdated.

Styles come and go, and even the best maintained countertops lose their luster and appeal. What was popular in the last decade becomes old, outdated and even tacky compared to the newest modern homes. If this is the case, it’s time to update your kitchen countertops. And when you’re getting ready to make the change, we suggest selecting a stone countertop that is more likely to stand against the test of time, stone such as granite and marble are classic and timeless options.

If you’re going to renovate your kitchen, you should first start by deciding on a budget. It may be that you can just update your countertops to give your kitchen a new, modern look.

If you are updating your kitchen before selling your home, we suggest sticking with a neutral color palette and timeless patterns and colors. Granite and marble are timeless options worth considering.

If you’re ready to update your kitchen countertops, C & C Stoneworks would like to help you select and update your countertops. We’ll take your lifestyle, family needs, and personal preference into consideration and help you select the best options for you and your home. Come visit our showroom at 6144 NC Hwy 43 S Greenville, NC, or give us a call at 252-902-5535 for a consultation today!

Polished vs. Leathered Granite Countertops

When considering which countertops you should pick for your dream kitchen, there is more that goes into it than just the stone, cut, and color – there is the finish. The finish you choose for your countertops can completely change the overall aesthetic of your space. We are here to answer your questions about the differences between polished and leathered granite finishes, so you will have all the facts before selecting which finish best fits your home and style.

Characteristics of Polished Granite Countertops:

A Unique Shine

The polished finish is the finish that most people are familiar with when it comes to granite countertops. The stone is polished by course polishing pads. The process may be tedious, but the result is pure elegance. A polished finish makes the granite very glossy, almost mirror-like. A polished finish accentuates the natural stone’s unique textures and hues, and because this finish is reflective, it can make your kitchen appear brighter.

Strong & Resistant

One of advantages of polished granite is its resistance to stains. The natural pores in the granite are sealed during the finishing process. This makes the stone moisture resistant and more hygienic.

Accentuates Flaws & Smudges

Polished granite is popular with interior designers because it feels luxurious, modern, and classy. Between the unique shine and the ease of cleaning that polished granite offers, it is easy to see why. However, that being said, because the surface is so glossy, flaws in the stone, fingerprints, and even water spots tend to stand out more. The surface can also corrode under acidic cleaners.

Characteristics of Leathered Granite Counterparts:

It Does not Reflect Light

Leathered granite means that the stone is matte. Stonemasons, the people who polish and finish stones, polish the granite until it looks matte – causing the stone to look natural and rustic. A much different aesthetic than polished granite.

Warmer & Stain Resistant

It sounds a little strange, but it is true. Leathered granite makes your home feel warmer. This type of counter is popular for rustic style homes and outdoor spaces. It is stain-resistant and hides fingerprints and water spots, unlike the polished finish. Although this finish may not appear luxurious, it can be a striking addition in a contemporary home.

Accentuates Small Spaces

Because leathered granite is non-reflective, smaller spaces can actually feel smaller. This is one of the downsides of using this finish in a small kitchen. The other downside is that cleaning could be a little more difficult than polished finishes due to reliefs in the stone.

Either Way – It is Granite

Each of these popular granite finishes has their pros and cons. A renovation for a forever home may warrant a different choice than a much-needed modern update for a quick flip.

But in the end, granite is still a high-performance natural stone no matter what finish you choose. Pick the one that best suits you, but either way you will have similar durability, versatility, and it will be stunning.

C & C Stoneworks provides natural stone countertops to cities throughout eastern NC, including Greenville, Goldsboro, New Bern, and Morehead City. To view our granite selection and browse other natural stone options, visit our showroom at 6144 NC 43 S Greenville, NC.

A Crash Course in Remnants

A remnant is what’s left of the quartz, marble or granite slab you picked for your countertops after the installation is complete. You might think that a remnant is unusable, but that couldn’t be further from the truth! Whether it’s a remnant from your new countertops or a piece you’ve decided to purchase, there are many great uses for remnant pieces. If you have a small project, searching for a remnant could be a very affordable option.

Remnants may be smaller or have strange sizing, but the stone itself is as good as a full slab! If you’re looking to upgrade your home, remnants may be a good place to start looking. Here are six projects you can complete around your home with a quartz, granite, or marble remnants:

  • Upgrade your bathroom vanity. Quartz is very durable and less porous than other natural stones, so a quartz remnant would make a great choice for a small bathroom or half bath countertop.
  • Update your laundry room. Much like the bathroom vanity, your laundry room would be a great place to consider a quartz remnant as they are highly stain-resistant and can withstand chemicals in the laundry area.
  • Create a furniture top for a desk or coffee table. This is a perfect way to bring in some natural stone features to your living spaces at a reasonable price.
  • Create a cutting board, cheese board or coasters. Replace your boring wooden cutting board with a stylish remnant. Remnant marble and granite are perfect and more hygienic than wood. And these also make great gifts!
  • Use it for your kitchen backsplash. This would be a great way to update the look of your kitchen, while protecting the walls and making cleaning quick and easy.
  • Finally, don’t forget the fireplace! Granite and quartz remnants are great options for your fireplace. Not only do they retain heat, making your room feel warmer for longer, but they are also a great way to add value, and a focal point, to your home.

There are many creative ways you can use remnants. Whether you are trying to figure out how to use the offcuts of a piece of natural stone you’ve already purchased, or searching for a stone remnant for a specific project the ideas are endless.

C&C Stoneworks can help you with any project, large or small. We are expert granite, marble, and quartz suppliers and fabricators in eastern North Carolina including Greenville, Goldsboro, New Bern, and Morehead City. Let our team help you create your dream home. Visit our showroom or give us a call to schedule a consultation to start your remodeling project today.

Honed Vs. Polished Marble Countertops

Not all countertops are made equal. Something as simple as a finish can make a huge difference in the appearance of the stone, as well as the space. We are here to answer any questions you have about what finish to choose when selecting marble!

Characteristics of Marble Honed Countertops

Does not reflect any light

Honed countertops appear matte and velvet-like. There is no shine on honed countertops and appears more natural than polished marble. Due to the matte finish, honed countertops are less slippery when wet.


When next to other kitchen appliances that appear sleek and shiny, honed countertops are very contrasting due to color and finish. Honed marble comes in many different colors, but the colors are typically more muted and understated than polished marble. Due to this finish, honed countertops are typically used in places that have warmer tones and is a nice background for decorations.

Shows Scratches

Though honed marble is matte, it can be scratched—and it shows. Along with watermarks, these countertops can be affected by every day wear and tear.

Characteristics of Marble Polished Countertops

Smooth and glossy

In comparison, polished countertops are extremely smooth, and cast a reflection. Because of the glossy finish, this type of marble makes rooms look brighter, as the light is mirrored. This finish also causes the countertops to be more slippery.


Because polished countertops are sanded down to get the gloss finish, they are less porous and resist stains better. This characteristic makes it a perfect choice for kitchen and bathroom spaces. Despite this, polished counters can still be scratched fairly easily.


Like honed marble, polished marble can be found in many different shades and colors but appears brighter than most. This type of marble blends well with contemporary styled homes and contrast colors, such as white and black.

Either Way—It’s Marble

Both polished and honed countertops are originally marble, meaning they have similar durability. Whichever marble you choose, they both require a sealant to ensure toughness.

C & C Stoneworks offers services in many cities throughout eastern NC, including Morehead City, New Bern, and Goldsboro. Visit our showroom to browse our selection of stone at 6144 NC 43 S Greenville, NC, or call us at 252-902-5535 for more information!

Renovating Your Bathroom with Natural Stone Countertops

We bet you didn’t know that bathrooms are the second most remodeled room in the home. But you can see why – because there is nothing worse than an outdated bathroom that is also no longer functional.

The remodeling process can be very exciting, but it can also be a very stressful time. There are so many design choices that will need to be made during your bathroom remodel, and you want to make the right choices because remodeling a bathroom is very expensive. We think one of the most important choices you will make is what type of bathroom countertop you will want to use.

Your countertop choice will impact the look and feel of your new bathroom. There are a lot of stone countertop options available, so you should know your budget and take your time narrowing them down, so you get what you want.

Marble Countertops Add Elegance.

Marble countertops can bring a feeling of luxury to your bathroom. With marble you will have an abundance of patterns and colors to choose from. From subtle understated choices to dramatic veining options or even bold color choices, you will have many options to select from.

However, you need to be careful choosing marble for the bathroom, it may not be the most practical countertop choice for a bathroom renovation for the following reasons:

  • Marble is vulnerable to staining. Hair products like hair dye can stain your marble countertop and the stains could be impossible to get out.
  • Discoloration and changes in the finish are also possible with marble, so you need to be prepared for imperfections to develop over time.
  • You also need to consider the upkeep with marble countertops, so be prepared to reseal them regularly.
  • Harsh cleaning products need to be avoided.

If you like marble and some of these are not a huge concern for you, then no worries, go with marble for your remodel. However, if you want your countertop to look like new years from now, then you may want to consider granite or quartz instead.

Granite is Worth Considering.

Granite was popular for years, then it became less trendy, but its popularity is on the rise again, so we say consider granite countertops for your bathroom renovation ideas.

Granite is less expensive than marble, and you will still be using natural stone. It also comes in a wide array of patterns and colors.

Granite is also more durable and resistant to watermarks and stains. This is because it is less porous than marble which makes it a practical choice for your bathroom remodel.

Quartz is Very Affordable.

If you love marble but you don’t have the budget for marble in your bathroom, a more affordable option for you to consider are quartz countertops. Quartz gives you the look of natural stone but is less expensive.

Quartz offers the beautiful colors, patterns, and veining you get with natural stone, but the design is more consistent because each slab is the same. So, if you order a slab, you can be sure that what you are getting is the same as the sample or photograph you are seeing. Also, because quartz comes in a wide variety of designs, you can get faux marble or even terrazzo-style designs.

And, unlike natural stone, quartz does not need to be sealed, it is very durable and is resistant to staining and watermarks.

Newcomer, Slab Porcelain Makes a Statement.

Slab Porcelain is virtually maintenance-free and is one of the most versatile products available. Slab porcelain has low porosity and incredible durability, a perfect combination for bathrooms.

Slab porcelain comes in several styles, it offers stunning visuals and seamless design with no boundaries. Once installed, porcelain slab countertops are resistant to chips, heat, stains, and scratches.

Slab porcelain comes in a variety of patterns. Pick one that creates drama with striking vein patterns or infuse tranquility with subtle marbling designs. You can add an urban chic feel with slabs that closely mimic poured concrete.

Regular, basic cleaning with warm water and mild soap keeps porcelain looking gorgeous. You can also use a gentle, everyday multipurpose cleaner to remove soap scum, water deposits, and mildew. You should avoid products that contain acids or ammonia as they could damage the glossy surfaces of the tile. And you should dry your porcelain thoroughly and avoid leaving puddles.

Need Help Selecting Your Bathroom Countertop?

Deciding what type of countertop you want for your bathroom renovation is both exciting and scary. At C & C Stoneworks we know how difficult the choices can be, which is why we’re available to help.

One of the best ways to help you decide what countertop material is right for you, is to look at samples and compare all your options. We have a designer available to help you and a showroom filled with samples.

Give us a call to schedule a consultation or visit our showroom at 6144 NC 43 S in Greenville, North Carolina today. We’re ready to help with your bathroom remodel.