Published at Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 - 15:27:31 PM. The Kitchen. By Aidan Payne.
Interested in going with a wood floor in your kitchen? Do you like the look of wood but you are not sure whether it is a good idea - you might be concerned about things like water damage? You are not alone. Many people love the look and feel of wood floors but think that it would be too big of a hassle to install them in the kitchen due to the inherent dangers. Exposure to water can cause warping or buckling, and the beautiful wood floor in your kitchen can quickly become... not so pleasant. The great news is, however, that it can be a great option - and are even easier to maintain then other types of floors such as tile. There is never any dirty grout to clean, and they can easily be wiped down with a mop with a machine washable microfiber pad.
Solar Power: While many people think that solar energy only comes in the form of a whole-house system that includes panels that cover the roof of your home, there are other options that can provide solar power for efficient applications that are much less complicated. Rather than taking on the large scale solar conversion for all your electric needs, you could consider a small solar system that runs your water heater to take care of all your hot water needs which can help add to your eco friendly kitchen design. These systems are compact, and designed to work exclusively on your electric hot water heater system. This type of system costs only a fraction of what a whole-house solar system costs, and can save you hundreds of dollars per year off your electric bill.
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