Attending the Chicago Midwest chapter of N.K.B.A.at the Merchandise mart in Chicago.
Progressive dinner at four showroom’s Sub Zero/Wolf, Brizo, WoodMode and Paris Ceramics. Photos of new Brizo kitchen faucets and of the Merchandise Mart.
Lenova’s newest faucet “Aqualogic” is the first and only conventional hot and cold faucet in the U.S. to be a F.D.A. approved sanitizing faucet
Aqualogic features water air technology to infuse ozone into the water that creates Ozonized water. The water produced is safe to drink and will kill 99.99% of Viruses and bacteria on food, hands, counter tops and utensils. The Ozone concentration meets the standards of the US Food and Drug Administration.
I had a first hand demonstration of the features of this technology in the Lenova booth at the recent BKBG Conference in La Jolla Ca. A fresh cut clove of garlic was rubbed on my hand and then placed in the stream of ozonized water for ten seconds, removing any and all scents & oil of the fresh cut garlic from my hand. I could not believe it!
This will be a great addition to anyone’s kitchen that is concerned with Bacteria/Germs from your hands, utensils, cutting boards, counter tops and removal of pesticides from fresh fruits and vegetables. There will be one of these faucets in my Kitchen.
This small collection of faucets offered includes two styles, One large arch faucet with both hot and cold water and one smaller pull out faucet for cold water only. Both are offered in either Brushed nickel or Polished Chrome finishes. Faucets are available to order now and start at $975.00
More details to follow as soon as we have more information.
We are very excited once again for the BKBG (Bath and Kitchen Buying Group) Conference. This year we will be at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Ca. More information to follow.
We have attached a few photos of our latest Master Bath Remodel project that is featuring the Temp Zone flooring heating system from Warmly Your’s. The Flex roll system that we are installing consists of the heating cables attached to a green mesh that has self adhering tape strips built in, lead wires, wall thermostat (120 Volts) and a floor sensor. The two photos attached show the floor heating coils roll installed over cement board ( with a little extra help of some hot glue), the roll is 43′ long covers approx 65 sq. ft. has a rating of 967 watts and will draw just over 8 amps of power and will cost on average only .08 cents per hour to operate. The Master bath is approx 120 Sq. Ft. but we only heat the exposed area of flooring, so it can’t be installed under cabinets, toilet, shower and etc. Will post photos of the completed tile floor in a couple of days.
Day 1 of the combined IBS/KBIS show. Opening ceremony featuring key note speaker John Gruden former NFL head coach & current ESPN analyst.