StoneWorks' team has more than 266 years combined experience.
StoneWorks has been around for thousands of years. That’s how long it took to create the magnificent granite, marble, quartzite and other materials that StoneWorks has crafted for 30 years.
OK, technically we’ve been in business in Hilton Head, Charleston, Savannah, and the Lowcountry for 30 years – still quite an accomplishment. “It’s because we strive to provide a level of customer service that matches the timeless durability of the stone and tiles that we install,” says John Baltzegar, founder and president.
John began offering stone products in the Hilton Head area in 1987. He started the venture by making sales calls all day, then returning to the shop at night where he worked fabricating the products. John and his sons organized crews, trained employees, and focused on providing excellent service to their customers. John’s wife and daughter managed business and design responsibilities. Today, the company serves an area from Georgia’s Golden Isles to Charleston, South Carolina. Our reputation and quality are unmatched.
Accredited by the Natural Stone Institute
StoneWorks was among the first of just 78 accredited stone fabricators in the entire United States to pass a stringent 3-year testing and inspection process by the Natural Stone Institute – a testament to the quality of products and service. Among the company’s multiple awards, it was voted “Best” by readers of the Island Packet for three straight years.
With a fabrication facility among the best in the entire industry, and a vast stock of materials on hand, StoneWorks is one of the few stone companies on the east coast who can promise and deliver “Inspiration to Installation in 5 Business Days.”
To earn MIA Accreditation, a company must complete an intensive, rigorous process that includes documentation of its business and employment practices, letters of recommendation, a written examination and site visits to the facility and completed jobs.
Companies that achieve MIA Accreditation exemplify best practices in these areas:
Physical facilities and equipment
Business and trade practices
Technical knowledge and expertise
Customer service and education