Concrete Countertops by EcoSimplista

EcoSimplista header Concrete Countertops by EcoSimplistaEco-Friendly Counter-tops using Concrete or ALKEMI for Kitchens, Bathrooms, Mantels, Custom Counters

The kitchen is the hub of many of today’s green homes. If you are planning a green kitchen remodel, eco-friendly countertops will be an important part of your plans. Stop wasting precious natural resources on your kitchen’s counter-tops. Several brilliant companies now offer environmentally responsible surfaces. Consider recycled tile counter-tops, bamboo counters, concrete counter-tops and the many other options highlighted here. All present attractive and viable alternatives to conventional counter-tops.

These options are also available for bathrooms, mantels, custom cabinetry, etc.

  •     Poured Concrete – natural organic materials with modern techniques
  •     ALKEMI – recycled surface material composed of post-industrial scrap waste

These sustainable counter-top options have some great green features in common:

  •     Low-VOC or VOC-free in materials, installation, and maintenance
  •     High recycled content
  •     Hypoallergenic and antibacterial
  •     Durable

Call 954-565-5900  today to find out how we can help you select the right counter-top for you. visit us online at EcoSimplista.com – Concrete counter-tops:

Eco Simplista – Your Eco-Friendly Home Improvement Company
Non-Toxic Zero VOC Paint, Eco Flooring, Concrete Countertops, Decorative Concrete Remodeling Supplies
699 East Oakland Park Blvd., Oakland Park, FL 33334
Phone: 954-565-5900
http://www.ecosimplista.com

We are an eco-friendly home improvement company that offers the best environmentally friendly paints, green non-toxic countertops, eco flooring, decorative concrete and wide range of green products cleaning supplies designed to protect your home from harmful toxic pollutants.

A Trip to Flamingo Gardens

Flamingo Gardens is a beautifully landscape wildlife sanctuary with exotic plants, birds, reptiles and animals.

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The Mangroves of a Islands

Off Key Largo are pleasing still islands lonesome with mangroves. These saltwater trees emanate a large volume shade and assistance emanate an extraordinary sourroundings to explore. Below is a mangrove tree with new growth.

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The Marvin Adams Waterway, Key Largo, Florida

Visitors drive across this bridge on highway U.S. 1 – located about mile marker 103.6. The vertical walls rise about 15 feet high and the local boaters refer to it as “the Cut”. It took a year-and-a-half to complete the half-mile cut in 1961 with a temporary bridge on the bayside. Twelve years later, a four lane highway bridge was built. Interesting story – http://www.keyshistory.org/thecut.html

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