If you are planning to replace your kitchen countertops, whether because you're planning to sell or you're just updating, choosing an eco-friendly option might be the way to go. Because eco-friendly countertop options have been increasing in popularity, you now have more options than ever. 

Reclaimed Wood- Reclaimed wood is very popular in Northern Nevada. Salvaged wood is even more eco-friendly than recycled materials because the material never becomes waste. Wood does need to be resealed occasionally and shouldn't be used directly next to the sink, so another material will need to be incorporated. 

Fibrous Cement- Made with recycled paper, glass and concrete, fibrous cement counters are all unique. Custom made for your kitchen, these counters are durable and have a textured appearance. 

Recycled Glass- If you are looking for a durable, eco-friendly option, it doesn't get much better than recycled glass. These counters come in a variety of colors and is easily customized for shape and design. 

Recycled Paper- Recycled paper counters can be created to look like wood, metal, stone, or solid surface counters and are very durable. They come in a variety of colors and absorbs virtually no water. 




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