Winter has arrived. The weather is cold and we miss the summer’s hot days!
If you have a quartz countertop installed on your kitchen, it is important for you to know how and when to clean it!
The kitchen model Natura, with colour Rovere Bronzo, is now installed in our showroom in Nicosia.
Every year, we have the chance to visit and talk to our suppliers in Italy. It is something our company considers important and helps us keep long term relations with them ensuring that our customers can receive the highest quality possible.
This is a project we finished recently, which is part of our special offer in which we can renovate your kitchen space in 10 days max.
Today, the painting of walls finished, we installed all the countertops, the plumber took care of the plumbing and the electrician connected the lights and the electrical sockets.
We have finished with the kitchen installation and we have started painting all the walls around the kitchen. Tomorrow morning we will finish with the painting of the walls and install the quartz countertops and backsplash.
Today, we started installing Natura kitchen and took the measurements for the fabrication of the quartz countertop. The kitchen will be fully installed by Wednesday.
Everything is moving as it should it be! It makes our clients happy, which in turn makes us happy.
Despite the difficulties, there is nothing better other than seeing positive progress over your project.
By the end of Day 2, we managed to scratch the walls for the electrical circuits and fill them with concrete. We installed a big part of the ceiling plaster boards, and installed all electric switch boxes.
Over the course of the next 10 days, we are prepared to provide live daily updates from our Twitter page and our blog, showcasing the progression of renovating a kitchen space in 10 days or less.
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