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Our Environmental Responsibility   April 26th, 2017

Limiting your impact on the environment while embarking on a kitchen or bathroom remodel can seem like a daunting and expensive task, but it doesn’t have to be. Recent years have seen an increased interest in environmentally responsible practices. Despite the trend of going green, many homeowners are still reluctant to undergo an eco-friendly remodel because of the costs ass…

Sprucing up for Spring with Marsh Kitchen & Bath!   April 10th, 2017

Spring has sprung, and we’re ready to celebrate by hitting the refresh button on our homes! Check out these simple ideas for refreshing your home as spring settles in. Make the most of this season by getting the whole family involved in these springtime projects!
Bright Colors
Getting your home ready for spring can be as easy as adding a few bright accessories. Pastel colors are a c…

Eating Healthy During a Kitchen Remodel   March 29th, 2017

 

In our last post, we explained how a kitchen remodel can lead to healthy eating habits. Now, we’re going to help you eat healthy during the remodel process, too!
Installing your dream Marsh kitchen can last several weeks. Eating healthy without a fully functional kitchen may seem impossible, but it’s easier than you think with a little bit of planning.

Plan Ahead
If you’…

The Southern Ideal Home Show is Visiting the Triad!   March 22nd, 2017

The Southern Ideal Home Show is coming to Greensboro March 24-26! Marsh Kitchen & Bath will be exhibiting, so stop by to see us at booth 1116!
The Southern Ideal Home Show has been presenting the Triad’s best in home and gardening for more than 50 years. With more than 350 exhibits, this event is one you won’t want to miss. Whether you’re in the process of home remodeling, int…

Remodel Your Way to a Healthier Lifestyle!   February 22nd, 2017

It sounds crazy, but researchers at Houzz say healthier lifestyles were a byproduct of kitchen remodels for at least a third of homeowners in 2016. Here are some of the specific changes reported by homeowners following a kitchen remodel:

  • 49% spend more time with family
  • 41% cook more meals at home
  • 26% eat more fruits and vegetables

It’s hard to believe that your dream kitchen can in…

Impeccable Finishes Require Technology and Craftsmanship   November 23rd, 2016

A beautiful finish shows in appearance and when you run your hand across the silky, smooth surface.
Here, Edwin Underwood, Chief Operations Officer, explains how we use sophisticated technology combined with hands-on craftsmanship to produce consistent quality with an amazing look and feel.
 

A Peek Behind the Scenes at Marsh Kitchens   October 13th, 2016

When you shop for kitchen cabinets, the last thing you would think to ask is, “Well how about your shipping labels?”
 
In the past, they were hard to read. It slowed down the shipping and receiving process and caused delivery mistakes. And nobody wants to be in the middle of building a new kitchen and experience delays.
 
Now, our improved labels help us make sure your ki…

Soft Close Cabinet Doors Don’t Have To Be Slow   September 8th, 2016

Soft close cabinet doors are becoming increasingly popular in today’s modern kitchens. These doors are great until they drive you crazy waiting for them to close.
 
There’s an easy solution that takes less than a minute and can be completed with a simple flat head screwdriver.
 
Below, Maurice Deaver from the Marsh Product Development team demonstrates in this vid…

Reinventing the Wheeled Cart   August 25th, 2016

Here at Marsh, we never loose site of the fact that we are not just making cabinets, we are building  kitchens. Over the past 18 months, we transformed our manufacturing processes to meet the needs of today’s modern kitchens. One way, was reinventing our carts to transport kitchens, not parts, thus building continuity throughout the manufacturing process. This ensures the b…

All About Granite Countertops   August 8th, 2016

How did they become the kitchen standard?

In the mid-1980s, granite was a relative newcomer to home kitchens.
In slab form, granite was exotic and wildly expensive. Chunked up and unpolished, it was more commonly found in outdoor gardens or construction yards than laid out and polished as elegant kitchen work surfaces.
In the last 30, years, however, granite has gone from extrava…