You may have noticed that in newly constructed homes a kitchen backsplash is now typical feature installed in the kitchen. Here in Prescott most of the folks who remodel their kitchens are now including backsplashes in the project.
Why Do You Need a Kitchen Backsplash?
Do you want to protect the wall behind your stove from heavy cooking and grease stains? Do you want to stop all of that water from splashing on the wall in front of the sink? A backsplash protects a wall from those problems and from moisture buildup and water damage. It can also prevent water from dripping behind your counter.
Looks Great Too!
Backsplashes are aesthetic too. They add elegance to your kitchen and will even add some value to your home.
Tile backsplashes are the most fashionable for most settings. The most popular type of backsplash material is ceramic tile. Tiles of marble, glass, and stone are also trending. These tiles come in a wide variety of sizes, styles, and textures. Less common backsplashes are crafted from stainless steel or wood.
How will a Kitchen Backsplash Look?
There are a number layout options for kitchen backsplashes. How the finished project will look is largely up to your personal preference. Most homeowners bring their backsplash up the wall to the base of their upper cabinets. Some stop the backsplash about halfway between the countertops and upper cabinets. Or a backsplash can run all the way up to the ceiling. If the color is fairly neutral this can actually make small kitchens look and feel larger.
Should Backsplash Material Match the Look of the Countertop?
Some homeowners use a material that is the same as the counter top. Some try to match the color closely with another material. The important thing is that the colors and textures coordinate well with the rest of the kitchen. We can help you with ideas!
Is a Backsplash Difficult to Clean and Maintain?
A tile backsplash is easy to clean and maintain. Just clean periodically using dish soap and water or degreaser.
A bathroom backsplash is a small panel that is installed behind your sink to prevent splashes. This backsplash can be attached to your bathroom sink or countertop, or it can stand on its own, creating a striking wall of tiles or other materials.
A DIY Kitchen Backsplash?
If you are the do-it-yourself type of person, a backsplash may be a project you’d like to achieve on your own. We specialize in helping people with DIY installations. We can provide all the materials and guide you through the process. If you get stuck along the way, we’ll gladly finish the job!
Call us at Cutting Edge Flooring abut Your Next Kitchen Backsplash
Cutting Edge Flooring specializes in alternatives that are more durable and less expensive products. We would be glad to help you decide what suites your unique project and your budget. We are in the Prescott Gateway Mall, serving Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey, Mayer, Humboldt, and Chino Valley. Call us out for a free quote at 928-713-0495.