The sensitivity of people towards sustainability is increasing more and more. The green turning point in recent years stems from the conditions in which our environment finds itself, for some time and for too long a victim of abuse caused by a massive industrialization of the territories for commercial and production purposes. The green turning point in recent years stems from the conditions in which our environment finds itself, for some time and for too long a victim of abuse caused by a massive industrialization of the territories for commercial and production purposes.
Among the most important supply chains that show a greater tendency to sustainable production that uses materials with a very low environmental impact, the furniture sector is one of the most responsible.
In particular, the kitchen has undergone a decline towards green themes that are increasingly important nowadays. But how are our kitchens evolving to meet both the daily needs of families and to respect and protect the environment? Find out in our new article.
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ECOLOGY AND INNOVATION FOR NEW KITCHENS
The kitchen has always been the most innovative space.
Containing the largest number of household appliances in each home, it must necessarily be able to guarantee the maximum possible comfort for those who use it. Today kitchens are changing their image by adapting to new lifestyles: it is therefore small in size, like the houses of those who live in the city, ready to even transform into a wall that hides washbasins and wall units in the most extreme cases.
Ecology reigns supreme: the materials used, the entire production process, the built-in appliances, the packaging are chosen paying attention to the environment. The whole production begins to keep in mind the importance of minimizing the consumption of raw materials and energy, using recyclable products, they study how to reduce the toxic emissions of polluting chemicals, while trying to ensure a long life and the highest quality of the product.
ITALIAN STATE ALSO INCENTIVES THE RENEWAL OF THE KITCHENS
To support the efforts of the furniture and furnishing accessories industry, the State has established that the renovation of its kitchen, included in the context of a building renovation, will benefit from the IRPEF deduction bonus of 50%.
The deduction is divided into 10 equal annual installments.
The maximum ceiling amounts to € 16,000. To give a practical example, if € 5,000 is spent on the purchase of a set of kitchen furniture in the calendar year 2021, the maximum allowable deduction will be 50% of the expense, therefore € 2,500.
In short, finally a united front to make our kitchens sustainable! If you intend to renovate your kitchen, don’t waste time: Valentini Arredamenti has the right solution for you!
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