Here at Kitchen’s Plus, our number one priority is the safety of our customers and employees. We have proudly developed and implemented job specific safety and health plans, consistent with CDC guidelines and best practices. We closely monitor the ever changing restrictions and are constantly updating and improving procedures to ensure the safety of our staff and the family’s we serve.
Every job site will be individually assessed and a site specific plan will be adhered to. The following safety measures will be followed across all site work.
1. Kitchen’s Plus will attempt whenever possible to limit the amount of people in your home. Only one employee from Kitchens’ Plus will oversee and conduct work on your remodel. There are however certain aspects to a job that require more than one individual, such as installing countertops as the material’s weight prohibit a single individual from completing the task safely.
2. Personal Protective Equipment will be worn in your home at all times.
3. Proper hand washing techniques will be used and when running water is unavailable all employees have been provided with hand sanitizer.
4. All employees are temperature screened on the morning prior to arrival at a clients home.
This is a scary time for everyone in our country. If we all work together we can maintain safe working environments, limit exposure and still support small businesses like ours. Please call Kitchen’s Plus today for your free quote and be on your way to the safe and healthy remodel of your dreams
Did you know, you actually spend more time at your kitchen sink then your stove?
Perhaps that’s why the iconic Farmhouse sink is making such a comeback in kitchens across the nation.
Kitchens have become so much more than just a place to prep a meal. With kitchens moving more towards large, open gathering spaces and really the hub of the home, don’t they deserve a statement making feature such as a gorgeous apron sink?
With budget friendly prices starting around $200 for ceramic or stainless steel, this trend is one any home owner can afford. However, if you’re looking for a real “wow” piece like a one of a kind copper, cast iron or fire clay sink they can cost more than $2000.
DIY or professional for installation?
We recommend hiring a contractor for this job. What most people don’t realize, is even if they’re able to retro fit their new sink into their existing space they do not account for the added weight. The existing or new cabinetry will need to be significantly reinforced to be able to accommodate the much heavier sink and all the weight it can now hold.
If you’re looking for a beautiful new Farmhouse sink, looking to add new cabinetry or wanting to remodel your entire kitchen, Kitchens Plus can design, help choose your dream material and install the Kitchen of your dreams. Contact us today!
Here is a kitchen remodel that was recently completed in Boulder, CO. We installed white shaker cabinets with a grey glass subway tile. The counters are Group A Santa Cecilia from Arizona Tile, and the stainless farmhouse kitchen sink was purchased from amazon for $330. The floor is a wood look ceramic tile. This kitchen turned out amazing!
Kitchens Plus provides home renovation & design services to the greater metro Boulder / Denver areas.