Granite, marble, quartz – the names themselves simply suggest something strong and beautiful.
That’s why adding these finishing touches to your kitchen and bathroom will elevate the beauty and elegance of each of those rooms, and it’s why relying on the professionals at Schneider Stone to see you through the process is definitely your smartest choice.
Launching a renovation project can always feel overwhelming, but as a family-owned business, Schneider Stone stands behind their quality, craftsmanship, and end result, which is peace of mind for every customer.
Founded in Asheboro in 1999, the company has opened showrooms all around North Carolina, and it’s their thoroughness, selection, and attention to detail that turns first-time customers into lifetime clients.
A visit to the Winston-Salem showroom will introduce you to their wide variety of beautiful, natural stones including granite, marble, soapstone, travertine, and onyx, and, of course, the still enormously popular engineered quartz, loved for its durability and stain resistance.
“Homeowners are looking for low maintenance,” says Showroom Manager Sandy Rockett. “Quartz is definitely still trending. We currently have entry level granite and selections in three different levels of quartz products,” she explains. “We are always looking at ways to provide our customers options at an affordable price.”
That also includes a variety for those customers who prefer a particular style of edging – beveled, mitered, chiseled, and others, and yes, they do provide tear-out services for old countertops and backsplashes!
Kick off your in-showroom experience by telling the Schneider team what type of project you’re considering: a kitchen cabinet re-do or a complete bathroom redesign. Sandy says the company’s current business is split at nearly 50/50 between kitchens and baths, and she suggests you come prepared with photos of your current cabinets and countertops, and detailed dimensions if possible. It’s helpful if you can provide a blueprint of your space, but if that’s not available, they can have a technician provide a free in-home consultation and gather the specifics needed for the next step.
Then you’ll talk color palette, and do a walk-through of the showroom to see what sets Schneider Stone apart: quality and selection, and always a few extras.
“We have a large inventory of remnants that are very attractive to customers for bathroom vanities and table tops,” says Sandy.
With your specifications and style preferences in place, you’ll have a quote emailed to you within 24 hours and be well on your way to a dream re-do. Fabrication of your stone is the next step, and their state-of-the-art digitizer ensures complete accuracy. It really is that easy! With a simple sketch and approximate project dimensions, you can also request an online quote via their website. Once your project is outlined, pricing is discussed in detail, as well as a visualization of exactly what you are hoping to achieve with your new look.
Treating each kitchen and bathroom project as if it were a personal project of their own is second nature to the Schneider Stone team, and you can be assured their expertise is available at every milestone of your renovation process.
With stunning commercial projects also accomplished at Reynolds American in downtown Winston-Salem, the Piedmont Triad International Airport, the Talley Student Center and Rizzo Conference Center at North Carolina State University, Wallace Wade Stadium and Cameron Indoor Stadium at Duke University, and the Mint Museum and Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, it’s clear their reputation for precision, professionalism, and ultimate customer satisfaction has not gone unnoticed!
Step into the Schneider Stone showroom at 1034 Burke Street in Winston-Salem, and choose how your own kitchen or bathroom will be transformed! Reach them at 336-893-9300 for more information, or at schneiderstone.com. Winston-Salem showroom hours are Monday through Friday 9 am – 5 pm (Asheboro showroom hours are by appointment only).