FAQs

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FAQs

FAQs

  • What sizes are available in your splashback range?
    At Glass FX, we specialise in bespoke kitchen and bathroom splashbacks; this means we measure and then make exactly what you need. There is no wasteful cutting or awkward joins.
  • What is an image splashback?
    An image splashback is an artwork or photograph that is printed onto the back of the glass and treated to protect the image. Image splashbacks are popular because they combine the beauty of the artwork with the hygiene and protective features that make glass splashbacks so popular. They make a stunning impact wherever they are installed.
  • What colours can I choose from for my splashback?
    Glass FX has a vast range of solid colours, but we also have pearl, mirrored and metallic finishes. When we come to see you, we will show you the options and will bring along some samples.
  • Help! There is a plug where I want the splashback. What can be done?
    Power points, switches and data points are no problem when it comes to the installation of bespoke glass splashbacks. When we take measurements, we take any power points into account. Because your new glass splashback is made-to-measure, we accommodate for power points, light switches or anything that you would usually need to tile around. No worries!
  • Is there a guarantee on my new glass splashback?
    We offer a warranty of 10 years against delamination and discolouration on the glass coating.
  • How long after I order until I can get my splashback?
    We will install your standard splashback in 2-3 weeks or image splashback in 3-4 weeks for images (following your approval).
  • Can my splashback fall off the wall and injure someone?
    Normally, no. However, we assume that the surface preparation of the GIB and subsequent painting has been done properly, following the manufacturer’s instructions and using a reasonable quality paint. Where new GIB has been installed, the minimum required finish for the splashback area is a basecoat/primer. Surfaces should not be uncoated GIB or have a layer of stopping dust.