Ceramic tiles are a nice option for your new kitchen flooring as it’s a tried and tested option with nearly endless options in terms of colors, size, shape, and patterns. Advantage of ceramic tiles is that it’s highly affordable and easily takes a beating such as spills or soiled footprints. It can be pretty cold to the bare feet though and moisture can make ceramic tiles slippery.
Natural stone floors can be made of limestone, slate, or granite and you are guaranteed uniqueness with stones since one piece of stone is never exactly like another piece of stone. The richness of color, pattern, and texture will give your kitchen an elegant and plush or lavish look. Stone flooring for kitchens has lots of pros and hardly any cons.
Solid wood flooring is definitely a good option for your kitchen flooring as it’s a time-tested material and its looks only improve over time. Whether you choose maple or pine, you can be pretty sure that your flooring choice won’t become outdated as you change other aspects of your kitchen or the rest of your home.
Vinyl flooring will get you upscale looks at down-market costs. Vinyl flooring these days can be indistinguishable from stone, wood, or ceramic tile flooring. Vinyl flooring is easy to clean, maintain, and repair.
Linoleum flooring can give your kitchen floor a unique look. Linoleum is versatile, affordable, durable, and light on maintenance too.
Laminate, bamboo, cork, and concrete and some of the other options for your kitchen flooring. The decision as to which material to opt for depends upon your budget and other aesthetic considerations.
Fresh paint jobs. Your kitchen might need a new paint job if the existing paint is flaking or old and stains or scratches are showing. You may also need a new paint job so that your wall’s color matches the paint on your kitchen countertops or the color of your kitchen cabinets.
New energy efficient windows and LED lighting. Energy-efficient windows help reduce your utility bills for heating, cooling, and lighting. Improving your kitchen’s windows from an energy efficiency perspective involves making the right choices and experts like us to do the installation. We install different types of windows such as awning, siding and casement windows. We use window frames made of aluminum or some other metal as well as frames made of friberglass, vinyl or wood. LED lighting is energy efficient and can serve different purposes such as to highlight architectural features of your kitchen or to light glass countertops from below.
If you are building a brand new kitchen or retrofitting one, it’s better to replace traditional halogen or incandescent lighting sources with recessed LED lighting. LED lighting can be very long-standing — as long as two decades. LEDs can be used to light up the insides of drawers where you keep kitchen tools like knives, or LEDs can be your choice to light up the interiors of glass-fronted cabinets. LEDs behind a translucent backsplash will create a beautiful effect. LED-powered pendant lighting will both save energy while looking stylish. We also install LED-powered kitchen chandeliers and other kitchen ceiling lighting options.
New kitchen appliances. We’ll install energy saving refrigerators or dual-fuel range with convection double ovens or paneled dishwaters to save water. Electric and gas ranges come in a variety of finishes such as stainless steel, slate, black, white and slate and it should match the rest of your kitchen’s look and finish.
Wine racks. We install bespoke wine racks to store your wine collection. We use different materials such as wood, plastic, metal and stainless steel to build wine racks. We can build floor-standing wine racks, table top wine racks, or wall mounted wine racks and finally wine cabinets. Your expensive fine wine collection deserves an equally fine wine rack that you can proudly showcase when guests and relatives are visiting and we’ll make sure the wine rack matches the rest of your kitchen’s aesthetics.