Scolastica Marcelo. Kitchen Countertop. November 12th , 2018.
Depending on how large your kitchen, you can decide how to blend the countertops with the rest of the room. For example, if you have white walls, then any color will usually do. The classic black and white kitchen is always a good choice if it flows with the rest of the house.
Often an overlooked feature, the Edge Profile is a subtle detail which makes a huge statement. It is a design element which affects the appearance and functionality of the countertop, as well as the whole kitchen itself.
Standard designs range from Eased, Bullnose, Chamfered, etc., but the spectrum of choices are limitless. You can even create your own design. It is a great way of personalizing your kitchen with nothing more than an edging detail.
A professional contractor will also most likely be able to provide you with useful information about the particular counter-tops you have chosen so you can learn something valuable about your new purchase such as how to best care for it. This is important, especially when you stop to consider your new counter-tops are an investment.
Sometimes those who choose to do it themselves run into unexpected problems or make mistakes that can be quite costly to repair, thus making the job cost even more than it would have to hire a contractor. This is an important advantage because contractors will be equipped with all the necessary tools and materials upon arriving to complete the job. Also, one serious mistake can mean repairing parts of the cabinet or island which didn't need any work at the beginning of the job. Additional materials may need to be purchased if cut or attached incorrectly.
He or she may recommend adjusting these locations sometimes, as cutouts make the stone very fragile. There should be at least 50 mm clearance between the nearest edge of the slab and the lip of the cutout. In some cases, the installer may even require to place it with seams.
A Backsplash is a vertical panel installed above the frontage of a countertop. It has three essential functions. First, it serves to protect the wall from splatters and blocks spills and drips from seeping behind the cabinet. It helps keep both surfaces clean and dry, which, in turn, prevents mold from growing inside your kitchen.
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