October Newsletter 2021

October is National Kitchen and Bath month. This observation was created back in 1982 by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA). Kitchen Tech has been a proud member of NKBA since 1992. Lets celebrate by helping to create your dream home. From a small bathroom upgrade to a total kitchen remodel we are here to help you.
Please remember to call ahead to schedule an appointment, and one of our designers can help you create your dream space.
Our convenient office locations are located in Sandwich 508-888-2494 and Eastham 774-316-4760.
A lot has changed in Kitchen Tech over the past year. We have one more big change coming up. Our wonderful designer, friend, and coworker Susan is officially retiring. We will miss her keen eye, great customer service and quick wit around the office. Please read her official statement below and join us in wishing her all the best in her retirement.

Wishing you all good health,

It is with excitement that I announce my retirement from Kitchen Tech. The last years have been so wonderful, working with Paul was so much fun and all our contractors, subs, vendors were the best. It is impossible to thank everyone who made my career with Kitchen Tech so rewarding. The customers and friends I have made along the way will remain with me forever.  

Kitchen Tech is so pleased to have found a fantastic replacement for me. Christine Devries has worked for us for several years with website design, media exposure, and kitchen graphic design. She has begun in her new role and will be such a great addition in the design and coordinating of our projects. I wish her so much happiness and laughs in her career.

I will still be consulting with Kitchen Tech when needed. When I am not I will be enjoying my time with my family and friends.

Best to everyone. Hope to see you along the way.
Susan Varkas
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2022 Kitchen and Bath Trends

With National Kitchen and Bath month occurring this month, it is a great time to look at the safety of your house. With home prices surging, more people are deciding to stay at home. According to NKBA living in place and adding universal design principals can actual increase your home's value.

Falls at home can be live altering not only to older residents but also young children. With these preventative strategic interior planning you can help prevent some of these accidents.
Tip 1. Zero entry doorways and shower entries. A true no barrier entry way can make it easier to maneuver a wheelchair or a walker. In the bathroom it is a stylish option that can be easily added to any remodel.
Tip 2. Non stick flooring. When picking your new flooring take safety as well as style into account. A high gloss tile floor is going to increase your likelihood of slipping. Instead pick a tile with texture or add a non slip protective coating.
Tip 3. Bathroom precautions. Grab bars are a great addition to a bathroom. They are recommended to be placed near toilets, and inside and outside shower stalls. These safety accessories can easily be added and they come in many stylish options.
Tip 4. Secure all heavy furniture to the walls. According to NKBA, every two weeks a child dies from a piece of furniture or a television falling on them. Furniture anchors now come with most new purchases, but can easily be picked up at any local hardware store and discreetly added to older furniture.
Sherwin Williams has released their color of the year for 2022. It is a relaxing, nature inspired hue, Evergreen Fog. Sherwin Williams describes it as a gorgeous green meets gray, which will add depth, sophistication and interest to a space.
Green paint is becoming a big trend. From the relaxing meadow inspired hues to the darker jewel toned colors, green is popping up everywhere.
Fall Savings
With the purchase of a full kitchen receive an Alpha stainless steel farm sink for free.

Featured Recipe
Caramel Corn
16 cups plain popcorn
2 cups brown sugar
1 cup butter
1/2 cup dark corn syrup
1/2 teaspoon salt
Optional add ins: mini pretzels, salted peanuts, chocolate candies, candy corn

Preheat oven to 200 Degrees F. Mix popcorn and the additional add ins on a large baking sheet. (If you are adding the chocolate or candy corn pieces wait until you take the popcorn out of the oven) Bring the brown sugar, butter, corn syrup and salt to a boil. Pour the melted mixture over the popcorn and stir until all the pieces are covered. Bake for 20 minutes. If you are adding the candy pieces add to the mixture after cooking. Spread the baked popcorn mix onto wax paper to allow to cool.
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"When dreams are fulfilled and expectations are exceeded, Kitchen Tech's reward is achieved. This is the ultimate goal for our company." - Kitchen Tech Team
Schedule an appointment today to discuss how we can assist in kitchen, bathroom or other home renovations. 
We will take the time to work with you and your budget to find exactly what is right for you. 
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Sandwich Showroom
28 Route 6A
Sandwich, Massachusetts 02563
Phone: 508.888.2494 Fax: 508.888.8606

Eastham Showroom
4205 State Highway Unit 8
Eastham, MA 02651
Phone: 774-316-4760