Clients installed copper counter tops in their home and they simply gleam!
Why copper? Some types of copper create a particularly inhospitable environment for bacteria and viruses. In fact, naturally antimicrobial copper alloys kill off microbes even more effectively than stainless steel. This helps cut down on the risk of food-borne illness, as well as other illnesses, being transmitted in your kitchen.
Per Mr. Henry Parker of Home Reference, he writes “they are ecologically friendly, are one of the most expensive countertops to utilize. If you’re looking for a countertop that adds personality to your kitchen and you believe color variations and a few dings and dents give your counter character, then copper is the perfect material for you. Although copper is one of the pricier options for kitchen counter surfaces, it can last decades and its beauty only grows with time.”
11 The Boulevard was built in 1890, and the current owners lovingly restored many aspects of this grand Victorian home. Come and visit. You will love it!
There is also an open house on Sunday from 1-3 p.m.!
New Rochelle is Great!