Frequently Asked Questions
Alternatively you may send us photographs, paint codes, tile & fabric samples and we create a piece to compliment your decor. You may wish to request a house visit where we can advise & make suggestions. Should it be required we offer a template and fitting service. With regard to fitting, we strongly recommend bonding to the wall with a good quality flexible tile adhesive. We also recommend using the services of a qualified tile fitter, alternatively please ask us for a fitting quote.
Over the years, we have produced many splashbacks. In the vast majority of situations our glass is suitable for use behind a hob. If you wish to determine your kitchen’s suitability for one of our splashbacks, you can have a conversation with our fitter regarding what would be the most suitable method of fitting for you. With fitting a splashback, there are three main points to consider:
- Making sure that if you are performing a DIY fitting, that there is at least a 2mm expansion gap behind the glass.
- Minimising risk of accidental impacts by something hard or heavy that could potentially break your splashback.
- Minimising the risk of thermal shock. Although steam and heat generated from general cooking is not an issue, take care to avoid boiling pans coming into contact with glass. The difference in temperature between a hot pan and the glass can cause cracking.