Is glass splashback cheaper than quartz?
Glass is also cheaper than quartz, so if you’re on a budget, this is a great one to go for. Of course, glass does chip occasionally so you need to be careful in terms of looking after your splashback.
Do glass splashbacks need to be toughened?
Why Do Glass Splashbacks Crack? The most common reason why your glass splashback may crack is the quality. Splashbacks that are fitted behind the hob need to be created with toughened glass. Toughened glass can withstand up to 400 ºC or several times the heat that non toughened glass can handle.
Should Splashback go on top of upstand?
The upstand stops either side of the hob then the splashback is above the hob. If that makes sense. Ours is the same as bluntness – just the splashback behind the hob and host and every where else.
Are glass splashbacks more expensive than tiles?
Are Glass Splashbacks Cheaper Than Tiles? Glass is more expensive than tiles – no matter how many tiles you decide to use behind your hob. The glass used behind a hob is toughened. While this is great for making it heat-resistant, it does come with a higher price tag.
Why do glass splashbacks crack?
Glass splashbacks can crack under the pressure of intense heat but this typically only happens when the incorrect glass is used. At CreoGlass we only create splashbacks using toughened glass. Good quality toughened glass is both heat resistant and safe.
Do you need a splashback behind a kitchen sink?
The answer is yes, your kitchen requires a splashback because it keeps the moisture off the drywall, moisture on the plaster wall won’t seem like much of a big deal but eventually, it will be exposed to so much moisture it will start to mould and that is difficult and costly to fix later on.
What can I put behind a gas hob?
Kitchen splashbacks are best placed behind a cooker, whether you have a gas, electric or an induction hob. But a splashback is also ideally suited for the wall behind a kitchen sink – some will go as far as using them across the entire length of a work surface.
What is the best colour for slump kitchen glass splashbacks?
Texture is the perfect way to showcase any design, making our slump kitchen glass splashbacks in Melbourne a popular choice. The best results for slumped glass splashbacks are achieved by choosing a metallic or Quazi pearl colours backing. The choices are endless and the designs are fabulous!
Why choose our glass kitchen splashbacks?
Our products are the perfect focal point for modern and sophisticated luxury kitchens, while sustaining a safe environment without comprising on style. Our toughened glass kitchen splashbacks can withstand extreme temperatures from standard kitchen appliances, including gas cookers and hobs.
What are the different types of glass splashbacks?
Splashbacks – Solid Colours. Choose from over 112 colours in our standard colour range in both Clear Float Glass and Starphire Glass. Our full range of solid kitchen glass splashbacks colours incorporates the whites, creams, mochas, reds, greys and ever-popular greens.
Can a bespoke kitchen splashback be cut to a specific size?
It is important to note, that if you require your bespoke kitchen splashback to be cut to a specific shape and size, that this must be done before the glass is toughened. If you would like to see a sample before you purchase simply contact us with your requirements and we will be happy to help!