The traditional and most affordable splashback option is to use a ceramic tile. Available in a huge range of sizes, colours and textures, tiles are quick and easy to install and can typically be fitted immediately after the benchtops are installed minimising any downtime. New generation large-format tiles are now available in our showroom that can eliminate grout lines.
A very popular option, we use 6mm toughened super-clear glass for our glass splashbacks. This ensures the highest safety and true colour viewing for the life of your kitchen. An endless range of paint colours are available to be applied to the back of the glass. Large sizes mean that we can minimise seams during installation giving you wide, clear views of your new splashback. Generally more expensive than tiles.
Another option for your splashback is to continue the stone benchtop up the splashback. This works particularly will for open-plan kitchens. Being large-format, stone splashbacks generally minimise visible joins. Generally priced similarly to glass depending on stone choice.
The budget version of a glass splashback, Metaline is an aluminium composite panel in a range of colours that is designed to give you the seamless look of glass at a more affordable price. Not as durable as glass, Metaline is a bit more susceptible to scratches and dents.