Why Is The Kitchen Dark

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The kitchen should always be well-lit as this is where our food preparation is done. You would not want to injure yourself while preparing meats and vegetables, right? Finding ways to brighten up the kitchen had been in the minds of homeowners for a long time.

The Glass Kitchen

Doing away with those wood cabinets and shelves can be a hard decision to make. After all, storage space is necessary for every kitchen. Glass shelving can be used as they are fully functional storage spaces and still keep the place bright.

Keeping away the circa 70’s Formica preparation table that you have had since you were a child and exchange it for glass countertops. Protect your kitchen walls and home structure from water seeping in and oil from splattering by having glass splashbacks installed behind your stove, sink, or around the kitchen walls.

Why Glass

Glass is the hygienic choice for every kitchen. This simple change and technology are being used by establishments like coffee shops and restaurants can now be done in the home to make sure your kitchen has the highest hygiene standards for your family.

All made from safety A-grade toughened glass, they are all safe to use at home and is easy to clean, much to the relief of the homeowner! Because it is made of glass, energy efficiency in the kitchen is raised as it effectively allows light to pass through, and there are no dark lines for frameless designs. It can also enhance light, making the kitchen brighter, safer, and more sanitary for the whole family!

Call the name you can trust for all your professional glazing needs. Get in touch with Jim’s Glass at 131 546, and get your free measure and quote for the most important part of your home – your kitchen!

Phillip-Mauviel-Jims-Glass Why Is The Kitchen Dark

Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia