4 Kitchen Technologies You’ll Want to Incorporate into Your Kitchen Remodel

February 1, 2021

It’s time to upgrade your kitchen! Why settle for a regular kitchen remodel when you can significantly improve your kitchen with some of the latest technology? Take a look at these four technologies that you’ll want to consider for your kitchen remodel.

Hidden Screens

Are you tired of running back and forth from your kitchen to your living room to watch your television programs? Consider installing hidden screens in your kitchen. You can install small television screens or tablets that can keep you entertained while you cook or even display important information for your meal. You can get creative and blend the screens into the overall appearance of your kitchen via a shelving area or inside a cabinet. 

Smart Kitchen Appliances

You may think that you have no use for a refrigerator that plays music or a microwave that customizes its presets based on your usage, but these technologies are helpful. Making shopping lists becomes easier with a smart refrigerator, throwing away food becomes easier with a smart trash can, and cooking becomes easier with a smart stove. Consider incorporating smart technology appliances into your kitchen remodel for an enhanced cooking experience. 

Charging Stations 

We all are guilty of being on our phones and mobile devices a lot throughout the day. Even when you’re in the kitchen, you’ll want a place where you can charge all of your devices so that all you have to do is grab and go. Consider incorporating a hidden charging station into your kitchen. It can be hidden in a drawer or underneath cabinets. This will free up counter space while keeping all of your favorite devices charged. 

Touch-Activated Faucets

Cleanliness has become a major concern over the past year. Faucet handles can harbor hundreds of thousands of germ particles. One way to limit the number of germs in your kitchen is to install touch-activated faucets. This practical kitchen technology is perfect for the times when your hands are messy, and you don’t want to make a bigger mess trying to get clean. Simply tap the faucet with your hand, wrist, arm, or elbow to turn the faucet on and off. 

Ready to Remodel Your Kitchen?

Now is the perfect time to have Bath Doctor remodel your kitchen and incorporate the latest kitchen technologies. As a Maryland remodeling contractor with over 40 years of experience, we’ve helped Maryland residents build the kitchen of their dreams. We’re sure we can help you too. Contact us today to learn more.

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