If you like to renovate your home in style with our planet in mind, we are right with you!
Bambo, stainless steel, Marble, and paper Stone countertops are some of the most environmentally friendly countertops you can get, and yes, they create stunning spaces simultaneously.
Stainless steel countertops
They last longer than any other countertop in any kitchen, and they can stand almost anything, even resistant to heat. Bacteria cannot build upon them. It is a favorite for many restaurant owners and Chefs around the globe. We learn to like them so much that now they are part of our sustainable line.
It is one of the most environmentally friendly countertops on the market. Did I mention they are locally made here in Alexandria? Yes, they are :)
With the help of our architect and design team, cut transform your kitchen into a stoning functional and durable kitchen it is out there.
The bamboo countertop is an engineered product, is an assembly of many pieces of bamboo attached to form panels and board, just like plywood. The three main bamboo styles are Parquet Butcher Block, Traditional (vertical or horizontal grain), and Strand.
They're warm, durable, uniquely beautiful, and will hold up years of kitchen abuse. They can even be easily resent it as needed.
The bamboo countertop is also one of the most environmentally friendly countertops in the market.
Bamboo surfaces have anti-bacterial properties that make this material an apt choice for kitchen counters.
It is not a heat-resistant material, which means pans and hotpots may damage this material.
So, if you are thinking of multiplying the beauty of your kitchen without hurting the environment, you should go for the Contigo Group eco-friendly bamboo countertop.
Marble is the very definition of sustainable as it is a natural stone, and it comes from the earth, normally Italy, China, India, and Spain.
New technology allowed production companies to cut with water jets; it cuts smoothly and quickly and leaves a low footprint when produced.
When he comes to Marmol, let's color is considered more valuable.
Marble is more porous than other countertop stains easily, and it needs to be sealed at least once a year.
It is softer than other countertop materials like granite.
Look for companies with I S01400 one certification of environmentally friendly production standards.