Glass Splash Backs
Chose your countertop? but did you think what’s going to cover the region between the top of your countertop and the bottom of the cabinets? Conventional knowledge advances towards tiles or easy paint, but have you considered that the grout between tiles will rapidly get dirty and turn yellow, and paint does not give the finest finish that your kitchen deserves as you will have to repaint this layer quite often thanks to the working environment in the kitchen. We suggest using a glass splash back, which is a unique strengthened glass designed to resist intense temperature and is shatterproof. You may paint this glass in whichever colour most convenient for you.
A member of our team will meet you onsite; at your home, business or workplace to accurately measure your worktops. At this stage you can discuss features such as; edging profiles, drainer grooves, upstands and more. During templating all your worktop requirements will be studied with you ensuring the precise position of your appliances, worktop overhung, worktop edge profile ensuring the bespoke product is tailored to your requirements.
Once our fabricators have templated your worktops, we will begin the fabrication process. All worktops are fabricated in-house. This saves you time and money. This also ensures that we are in control of the quality of your worktops. Our skilled engineers use the latest machinery and highest technology to cut your worktops to size and add in details such as drainer grooves. Customers often visit our fabrication yard to custom cut the slabs by choosing the location of cuts and what outcome could be.
Fortunately, refurbishing and refinishing a stone worktop is a simple job that can often be done in situ. Depending on the level and type of damage, the refurbishment may involve stripping and refinishing the stone. It can also include removing a few millimeters of the surface to rejuvenate damaged material. Next comes patching, filling or other repair work; or even remodeling and recutting the stone to fit a larger sink or alter damaged edges.