Backsplashes take a lot of abuse, with all the heat, grease, and splatter from years of cooking. Keeping them clean can help them last longer, but if yours is dingey beyond repair, it’s time for a new one.
Tile, stone, and stainless steel are all common materials to use for backsplashes, and they all have their pros and cons. No matter which you choose, installing a new one is no small task. Your backsplash is one of the prominent “faces” of your kitchen, so you want the job done with precision.
Tile offers a classic look, and has long been associated with cleanliness in kitchens and bathrooms. It’s easy to clean and the symmetry gives a calm and orderly facade.
Stone backsplashes can give your kitchen either an earthy feel or a look of sophistication, depending on the style and color scheme. They’re beautiful but can be a bit more difficult to clean because of their texture.
Perhaps the sleekest option, steel backsplashes come in a variety of patterns and are the easiest to keep clean. But due to their smooth surface, dried water splashes may be more visible than on tile or stone.
Whatever you choose, Birdseye Landscaping can install your new backsplash with care and precision. We can help you choose which colors and materials will work best with your kitchen decor and appliances.
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