Frequently asked questions
Firstly Glass Splashbacks in our opinion look a millions times better than tiles. There is no grout which makes cleaning easier and better hygiene. They brighten and lighten your room by reflecting the light.
When we measure your Glass Splashback we will work out exactly where the power points and cut outs are. We need to know this information when ordering your new Glass Splashback. Because they are made from 6mm toughened safety glass they can’t be altered after this process is done.
It takes approximately 10 working days from measure to installation time.
We are proud to offer a 7 year guarantee on fading and delamination. You can read more about our 7 year guarantee here.
Once your kitchen (complete with bench tops and rangehood) or bathroom is complete. We also ask that all the electrical wiring for the powerpoints has been done. If the electrical points are moved after we measure the holes won’t line up.
We require a smooth straight surface (usually plaster board or cement sheeting) to adhere the Splashbacks to.
In some cases we can place the Splashbacks over the top of existing tiles – however we do NOT recommend this! You will loose bench space and if the Splashbacks are visible from the side – the tiles and Splashbacks will appear bulky.
We have a huge range of colours available from our selected range. You can view colour range here. We also offer a colour match service we can colour match to all major paint brands. We will have to use our Low Iron (Starphire glass) glass which is a clear tint to get the exact hue.
All our Glass Splashbacks us 6mm toughened glass available in either Clear Glass or Low iron (Starphire glass). Both of these types of glass can be slumped.
No, Glass Splashbacks can be used anywhere in your home from laundries to wet areas, table tops, feature walls and shelving. There is no limit the places our modern and stylish glass can be used, the only limit is your imagination!
Yes, We use 6mm Toughened Safety glass for all of our Glass Splashbacks which complies with AS1288