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What type os splashback is the best?

Apr 12

How is a glass splashback different from a tiled splashback?

Splashbacks have made leaps and bounds. So much so that the solid sheet of glass with a sheet of reverse tiles stuck to it is practically redundant now. Glass splashbacks are far easier to install than other types of splashbacks. A professional can get the job done in a matter of hours. They are also easier to clean than traditional splashbacks. They can be cleaned with the flick of a cloth or a rinse of the sink and don't require the same amount of maintenance as traditional splashbacks. They can be installed in almost any kitchen or bathroom and are also available in a wide range of colours. The best part about them is that you can have them shaped to fit around and over appliances. This means that the edges are completely covered and there are no ugly corners to be found.


What are the benefits of a glass splashback? 

You've probably heard of glass splashbacks before, and you may even have seen a few in restaurants. A glass splashback is a great design feature that instantly gives a room a touch of elegance. Glass splashbacks are great for several reasons. For one thing, they're visually appealing and that's always helped to make a space feel more glamorous! Another benefit of glass splashbacks is that they're easy to clean and maintain. They're even waterproof, so you don't have to worry about damaging them with water. Another great thing about them is that the glass is treated so it won't discolor or become stained!


How long does a glass splashback last? 

Here is a question we get quite a lot. How long do glass splashbacks last? The answer is, it all depends on how you treat it. Regularly repair any chips or cracks using adhesive and grout and you can extend the life of the glass. There's a lot of different types of glass that can be used in the process of creating the splashback, including the tempered and laminated glass. These types of glass can be very durable and last for a long time. However, it's very important that you fully understand how to clean and maintain the glass properly in order to maximize its lifespan.

How much does a glass splashback cost?

In this article we are going to look at how much a glass splashback costs from start to finish. The price of a glass splashback is going to vary greatly depending on the size of the glass splashback you require. You can expect that the smaller the glass splashback you purchase the less you are going to pay. You can check out our price guide here to see how much a glass splashback costs. If you are after a large glass splashback where you have to hire a professional company to install the glass splashback you can expect to pay anywhere from $800 to $7000 depending on the size of the glass splashback.

Because of their flexibility and resilience, glass splashbacks are becoming increasingly popular in kitchens and bathrooms.

Splashbacks have been around for years, but only recently have they increased in popularity. They’re frequently seen in bathrooms and kitchens, especially in luxury homes with modern designs. If you’re thinking of having one installed in your home, you’ll want to learn more about these fantastic, modern additions.



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