There are a number of steps involved in the creation of a glass splashback. When renovating you should involve your glazier once you have your benchtops in and your rangehood installed. This is because your glazier needs to perform accurate measurements and this can’t be done until your kitchen is ready to be measured.
Step 1: Get your up font price online
The first step to ordering your splashback is to get your upfront price and make a booking online. You can measure the area you where you wish to have your splashback and can even upload your plans. Just use our online quote tool and follow the prompts to receive your price. Remember your measurements don’t have to be accurate to the centimeter. But do use a tape measure. Remember to include the number of powerpoints you need. Then you can book a day and time for a site measure.
Step 2: Measure and assessment
Next you can book a day and time for a site measure and onsite assessment of your kitchen splashback. During this visit your glazier will take accurate measurements and confirm your colour choice. Allow between 1-2 hours for this appointment. Remember to book this appointment should be booked only once your benchtops and range hood are installed so that accurate measurements can be taken.
Step 3: Cutting and processing
It takes approximately 2 weeks (or 10 working days) from the time of the site measure to installation of the splashback. This includes the cutting and toughening process of the glass and then the application of your chosen paint colour to the back of the glass.
Step 4: Installation
The installation of your completed glass splashback may involve more than one glazier depending on the size of the glass. Once again allow approx one to two hours for this appointment. You will need your electrician to install your power points once your glazier has finished.
And that’s it. To get started on your new kitchen splashback get your upfront online quote here.
It takes just 3 minutes and you can choose to save your quote for later or book a time to get your get your glazier out for a site measure and assessment.