Already masters of the traditional approach, we are also incorporating innovative materials such as cork and concrete floors, radiant heating, concrete, quartz and recycled glass and porcelain countertops, and on-demand water heaters.
Elements such as passive solar and natural lighting (skylights and strategic window placement), high performance windows, low-flow fixtures and CFL and LED lighting are simple and accessible ways to make a kitchen look better and work smarter. And, of course, by installing Energy Star-rated appliances, homeowners can use 10 to 50 percent less energy and water than other models.
“Marnie and I really appreciate all of your and Jon’s effort to make this happen before the new baby. We really like the final result and look forward to enjoying it for many years. Even though it was a long process, I think we’re both glad we decided to do the renovation instead of move. After the baby, we definitely want to have you and the family over for a celebratory dinner.” — Jeff and Marnie, Philadelphia, PA