Published at Sunday, 06 January 2019. Kitchen Countertops. By Lise Kristensen.
If you 'own' heavy pots or appliances, your steel 'countertop' can hold them without denting or chipping as long as it has been placed properly. The flexibility of a stainless 'steel' countertop is particularly beneficial for 'busy' kitchens. If you do a lot of 'cooking' whether for your big family or regular guests, consider spending in the hardy as well as the hardwearing 'stainless' countertop.
If you are designing a kitchen renovation with a mind to produce a less 'maintenance-intensive' kitchen area, then a 'steel' countertop should surely be in your programs. Again, this is one of the goals restaurants 'love' these countertops. In a full kitchen with lots of 'cooking' as well as working to be done, you do not want anything hindering you down.
Go to most 'restaurants' as well as industrial kitchens as well as chances are they are using stainless 'steel' countertops. They are hard, as well as the busy working conditions requires a surface that can take a whipping as well as still look great. Most importantly, they need a covering that maintains the necessary hygiene standards. Stainless steel provides these advantages as well as much more. You can further enjoy these advantages at home at roughly the same expenses you would incur with granite, marble or 'quartz' countertop.
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