As we strive to maintain our environment, green design elements have become increasingly popular in our kitchen design and countertop replacement projects throughout the Delaware area. In fact, we’ve identified green kitchen design as one of the major kitchen remodeling trends for 2013.
Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center is a “Certified Lead-Safe Firm” with two project managers on staff that carry Certified Lead Renovator Designations by the Environmental Protection Agency. We are experienced in creating eco-friendly kitchens and can provide you with the highest quality kitchen countertops, along with all the materials you need for the kitchen of your dreams!
How Can You Incorporate Green Materials into Your Kitchen Design?
If you’re undergoing a kitchen remodeling project in your Newark or Harbeson area home, consider going green in the kitchen. Our home remodelers can help you with the selection process in terms of durability, maintenance, and style. We’ll work with you to create a custom kitchen design that meets your needs.
In an attempt at reducing our carbon footprint, we work closely with Timberlake for manufacturing. Timberlake strives to provide eco-friendly cabinetry products by using 95 percent sustainable hardwood materials. The company is a member of the NAHB National Green Building Program, as well as the KCMA Environmental Stewardship Program.
When should you use green kitchen materials?
One way to go green with your kitchen design is through a countertop replacement project. If you’re considering installing new kitchen countertops, we recommend quartz. With quartz kitchen countertops, you can go green while maintaining a natural look. Quartz kitchen countertops are eco-friendly in that the process for developing the material is non-invasive and does not involve quarrying. This is also a relatively maintenance-free choice with a stylish sleek-stone look that works well in modern kitchen designs.
If you’re considering a complete kitchen remodeling project, you may want to think about incorporating a number of other environmentally friendly components into the new design as well. Bamboo cabinet veneer, energy-efficient appliances, or cork flooring can perfectly complement your new eco-friendly kitchen countertops!
Consult our design experts if you’re unsure what the best materials are for your green kitchen design project.
Going Green with Our Kitchen Designs in Delaware
Whether you’re looking to go green with a countertop replacement project or want a new sustainable design for the entire kitchen, we’ll work with you to create a green kitchen design that is eco-friendly and distinctive. We’ll provide you with top quality eco-friendly products and a sustainable design that makes the most of your space if you live in the Delaware area.