Quartz slabs are made from roughly 91% to 93% natural quartz - a mineral that scores a 7 on the mohs scale, making it the hardest material used in home construction today - mixed with pigments and resins.
These slabs are not only hard and durable, they’re also resistant to everyday wear and tear. They’re stain resistant, scratch resistant, and impervious to heat.
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How to choose the best appliance for you.
While selecting your Built In Appliances consider how you use your kitchen everyday or how your kitchens design will affect the way you use your kitchen. Think about how you will move from one appliance to the other while preparing your food. How will the placement of your built-in appliances affect the way you carry out your everyday tasks?
Keep energy efficiency in mind. For example, don’t place your built-in oven and integrated cooling appliances next to each other – the heat generated from the oven will cause your fridge freezer to work harder to maintain its internal temperature, causing for greater energy consumption and higher energy bills.
Before planning the finishes in your kitchen, select your appliances and make sure the finishes of the appliances compliment each other. Also plan the layout of your kitchen keeping the appliances in mind.
Installation of your kitchen appliance
Here are our top 5 tips to help you ensure you are getting the correct measurements you need to help you decide which built-in appliance would fit into your kitchen perfectly.