Category Archives: Kitchen
What Makes Jado Kitchen Faucets so Unique? Theyâ€™re European Elegance, brought Right here to Missouri!
Have you heard yet about Jado kitchen faucets? Theyâ€™re truly unlike anything else, with state of the art technology that ensures you get the most out of every drop; and with a European-influenced design that brings beauty and elegance to any kitchen they adorn. (more…)
Say good-bye to stainless steel, and say hello to a fireclay custom sink in Grandview! Fireclay sinks are some of the strongest and most durable kitchen sinks you can find, plus theyâ€™re beautiful and extremely modern too. (more…)
When your family and friends gather together this holiday season, what is it they will be gathering around? If itâ€™s your bar, considering upgrading the look of it with an Elkay sink featuring a new faucet from American Standard. These two brands compliment each other well with their modern and traditional styles that are perfect for every home. (more…)
Did you know the average home wastes over 11,000 gallons of water every year simply waiting for hot water to come out of their pipes? Thatâ€™s over 30 gallons per day. Think about how often you turn on the faucet and do other tasks waiting for the hot water to finally appear. All that water used to just go down the drain, but it doesnâ€™t have to anymore. (more…)
How much time do you spend waiting for your water to reach a hot temperature in your kitchen? Too much? Waiting could soon be a thing of the past.
An instant hot water dispenser from InSinkErator could drastically change how you operate in the kitchen. At 200Â°F, you could have hot enough water to make hot drinks like tea, hot chocolate or even coffee without having to wait for water to boil. The instant hot water dispenser goes beyond just making drinks. You can even use this hot water to clean things you normally would have to soak, warm a babyâ€™s bottle, or cook noodles to al dente in no time. (more…)
Moen has created a technology that anyone whoâ€™s ever been in the kitchen will appreciate. Using simple hand movements or gestures you now are in control of your faucet without ever having to touch any knobs.
Though this technology has been in public restrooms for some time now, Moen brings it to your home where you need it most.
Not only does it make the simple tasks of making dinner or washing dishes easier, but it also cuts out the problem of germs in the kitchen. When you are preparing dinner and want to avoid cross-contamination with raw chicken or eggs, this faucet will make you wish you purchased it sooner. Because you do not have to use either hand to turn on a knob, there is limited chance of those juices getting anywhere besides the food keeping salmonella and food poisoning at bay. (more…)
Fall is here and for most Americans, it means a new school year, a change in the season, and most of all, football season! However, Autumn is also a reminder that the holidays are just around the corner. Although itâ€™s easier to put those holiday preparations on the back burner, since there is so much to do, itâ€™s worth it to start getting ready bit by bit rather than being slammed with last-minute shopping and chores. (more…)
The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in any home. In addition to using it for food preparation, it also acts as a meeting place, especially during the holiday season. Before the relatives visit, make sure your kitchen is updated with the best and latest in accessories. (more…)
At first glance, the sink might seem to be the least illustrious part of a kitchen. While the refrigerator stores the food and the stove cooks it, sinks do nothing more than help you wash away the remains of your daily meals. If you arenâ€™t careful, they can fill up with dirty pots and pans but overall, the sink just seems to be a basic kitchen player that does nothing more than provide you with running water. (more…)
While your current bottom line is probably a key issue at the top of your mind if you are considering a kitchen renovation, another important thing to consider is your return on your investment.Â While you want to keep your prices low during the construction phase, you also need to consider that some extra expenses will be worth it at the end of the day. (more…)