If you're building your dream home and you want a commercial quality kitchen, there are a few things to consider during construction. You want to talk with your contractor about getting the most reliable supplies, and getting all the amenities you need.
You can get a chef's kitchen even if you aren't a professional, but instead you just like to cook, bake and entertain. Here are a few of the things that you'll want to make sure that you ask for when you start designing your house and picking out appliances and choosing materials.
Commercial Grade Equipment
The ovens, dishwasher, refrigerators, and all other items that go in the kitchen should be commercial grade to handle your supplies and cooking demands. You can find a restaurant equipment supply provider and get sleek modern stainless steel options. There are refrigerators and freezers that you can design the interior, duel dishwashers and more. Get the equipment that is going to last for years and improve your kitchen value.
Install a Kitchen Sprinkler System
Not only are you going to have commercial grade equipment, but if you have a lot of appliances going at the same time, you don't want to end up with a commercial size fire. A kitchen sprinkler system will go off if the room reaches a certain temperature, or if flames are detected. This is a great safety feature for your home. This should be linked with your home security system, so the authorities are notified if the sprinklers go off.
Stone Wherever Possible
Stone is a great option for the countertops, flooring, even for the sink. You can use granite or marble countertops to get a luxurious look in your kitchen, along with a granite or soapstone sink, and even stone flooring tiles. The stone is impermeable to water and staining, you don't have to worry about warping, and it's going to look modern and timeless.
There are a lot of great features you can add to make your kitchen one of a kind in your dream home, just make sure that all the options you choose are going to improve the property value and improve the space. The building contractor can work with you to make sure that you get the materials that you want, and the appliances that you need, so you can be your own chef in the kitchen every day you live in the house.