From the mansions along Reynolda Road to the proud new homes that dot Winston-Salem, homeowners are discovering the secret to adding both an aesthetic upgrade and lasting durability to surfaces in their kitchens, bathrooms and workspaces. Granite countertops – mined from quarries near and far, and imported to the Piedmont Triad by Marble Granite World – are among the quickest and smartest upgrades that Winston-Salem homeowners can make to their homes.
Some of granite’s most desired properties – including heat resistance, easy maintenance, and of course, its uniquely inherent beauty – make it a natural choice for the most visible and highly-trafficked locations in any Winston-Salem home – whether it be an island cooking station, bathroom vanity, an extra desk or even wall trim.
If you are ready to enhance your Winston-Salem home with a touch that will be talked about by your visitors and combines grand Southern charm with today’s demanding sensibilities, contact us today for a free consultation.
Our Forsyth County location makes our convenient granite showroom easy to get to from anywhere in Winston-Salem. We’re near both of the 40s – just a short drive from Winston-Salem and away from the hustle and bustle of Stratford Road.
Since the first Moravian settlers cultivated its rolling Piedmont landscape in 1753, Winston-Salem, NC has become the focal point of both proud Southern traditions and the kind of American ingenuity upon which North Carolina is built. For centuries since, Winston-Salem became settled by tobacco, textile and banking interests – industries which still are in robust evidence in today’s modern times.
Whether Winston-Salem residents seek to recapture the glory of the Old South, or create their own modern tributes Southern living, Marble Granite World can deliver granite countertops that complement the beauty and enhance the value of homes throughout the Twin Cities.
A deeper exploration of Winston-Salem’s proud history can be achieved at the following sites:
Old Salem Museums & Gardens: This unique community of original museum buildings spotlights life in a different era.
Reynolda House Museum of American Art: One of the nation’s premiere collections, housed in the restored 1917 home of RJ and Katharine Reynolds
Historic Bethabara Park: Site of the first settlement in Forsyth County.
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art: Providing visitors with dynamic experiences through the works of contemporary art and artists.