Kitchen Kraft is proud to offer Somerset Flooring! Somerset is made from Appalachian hardwoods, by American workers, who take pride in what they do. Hardwood flooring is sustainable, eco-conscous, beautiful, and has design versatility. For more information about hardwood flooring or other flooring options, also made in the USA please stop by our showroom or call and speak to one of our talented designers.
Kitchen Kraft is proud to offer Green kitchen cabinetry products from Holiday Kitchens. We offer green cabinetry options in Kitchen and Bathroom design. Every Holiday kitchen is a kitchen built around choice – what suits the way you live. Our green kitchens are no different. You pick how green you want to be, we provide you with all the custom kitchen cabinetry options. Visit our showroom, or call today and schedule your free-in home consultation with our designers.
Kitchen Kraft is excited to be featured in Signature Kitchen & Baths for Summer 2012! Kitchens and bathrooms are the most essential rooms in a home. These spaces should be comfortable, beautiful and safe, while at the same time reflecting the homeowner’s individual style and taste. Designing a kitchen or bath to be both functional and aesthetically pleasing takes highly specialized skills and knowledge. Kitchen Kraft belives it is never to soon to gather ideas and information for your new space, and that is why we are happy to supply this issue for free if you stop by our new showroom located at 871 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43206..
For a limited time, Kitchen Kraft has both stock and custom cabinetry on sale. The price discounts of up to 40% include wood species, door styles and cabinet finishes on most of the cabinet lines we sell. To find out more about these great savings, please call to schedule a free consultation with one of our designers. (614) 449-7200
The following article is from Consumer Reports, and validates what we are seeing at Kitchen Kraft. Granite is still king! Call (614) 449-7200 for a free quote.
May 17, 2012 12:15 PM
Very few potential home buyers surveyed dreamed of having tile countertops, according to Stephen Melman, director of economic services for the National Association of Home Builders, the trade group that conducted the survey. Realtors tell us the look is outdated and the grout is hard to keep clean. Our tough countertop tests show that the grout between the ceramic or porcelain tiles stains, even when sealed, and can also mildew. Chipping is another problem with tile countertops.
In our tests, we stained, sliced, scratched, scorched and nicked 14 materials from leading brands. We found big differences in materials, but little variation among brands. That’s why our Ratings are by material, and that brings us back to stone. Our tests include granite, soapstone, limestone and marble, and of course, engineered stone or quartz. Granite and quartz performed similarly, but marble and the other natural stones weren’t as resilient and some need to be sealed to resist staining. Use the results of our tests to find a material that will hold up well over the years.
At $50 to $150 per square foot, marble is the most expensive. Granite and quartz were comparable in price at $50 to $100 per square foot. Tile, of course, costs less ($5 to $30 per square foot) but if you have to replace your counter more often, that’s no bargain.
—Kimberly Janeway, Consumer Reports
The FREE Granite Upgrade promotion will end soon! To take advantage of this fantastic discount, you must sign a contract for a full kitchen or full bathroom remodel by June 1st, 2012. You could save thousands with this promotion, so act now! Call (614) 449-7200 to schedule your free in-home design consultation.