FLOFORM BlogReclaimed Wood is the Most Eco-Friendly of Countertops

Reclaimed Wood is the Most Eco-Friendly of Countertops

May 7th, 2010 | No comments

Taking into consideration the relatively large number of households doing spring cleaning and home renovating around this time of year, it is fitting that the National Association of Home Builders recently publicized a list of tips for a comprehensive home remodel. With the rising importance of creating eco-friendly dwellings, amongst these pointers is the call for more green features to be incorporated into home remodelling. Furthermore, the advantages to be reaped are highly appealing to the home owner: reduced monthly utility bills, increased home value, and that’s just the beginning!

Heritage Wood countertops provide convenient food preparation and built-in chopping areas.

When it comes to turning your home into a ‘green’ one, there is no easier place to start than you kitchen. More specifically, you would want your kitchen countertops, the room’s center of attraction, to boast a beautiful shade and luxurious finish. A Heritage Wood countertop would be the ideal selection in this instance, as they not only come in a myriad of colours and finishes, but are also made from reclaimed wood, thus complying with LEED standards.

Heritage Wood countertops inject a subtle note of warmth into your kitchen.

The benefits only get better from here onwards. Heritage Wood countertops are low maintenance in the sense that they are easy to clean, and resistant to bacterial growth. With regards to food preparation, this countertop offers a smooth and even surface for cutting that will not dull knife blades. With regards to maintenance, scratches can be easily removed by sanding and re-oiling. From an aesthetic point of view, Heritage Wood countertops present a warm appearance that simply invites notions of comfort.

So contribute towards the global eco-friendly movement while indulging in this exquisite addition to your kitchen… you deserve it.

Source: Atlanta Real Estate Forum

http://www.atlantarealestateforum.com/most-eco-friendly-countertops-23141/

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