If nothing else, one thing we do know about is glass splashbacks, Harbour Glass is known as the “goto” for every known type of glass splashbacks and we continue the development in bringing forward new and exciting styles, patterns and trends. An advantage of a glass splashbacks is its relative ease of cleaning and no grout lines.
(Pro Tip: Never use glass cleaner on your splashbacks, see our other post HERE for care and cleaning of your splashbacks).
The use of glass splashbacks has always been a popular choice for wall finishes in a growing number of applications.
With an emphasis on innovation and design, glass splashbacks can be used internally and externally, from traditional kitchen application to architectural feature glazing including entry foyers and reception counters and even shower walls.
Traditionally glass splashbacks have come in the form of single colour painted glass. The glass specific paint is applied by us in-house to the rear face of the glass and then adhered to the wall.
Whilst this remains popular, new and exciting methods of producing glass splashbacks have been developed in recent times. We have seen a big shift in many of our customers moving towards digital printed images or shapes being applied to their splashbacks. There is also now the “disrupt” range of special effect paint that has been developed by Harbour Glass using techniques that have not been seen before. Of course we still offer our slumped range of splashbacks that always appeal to our more discerning customers due to the unique nature of every slump pieces.
Toughened glass is used for all of our glass splashbacks and are manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS 2208 and AS/NZS 4667 Standards.
We only “Low Iron” glass for our splashbacks, normal clear float glass, in spite of it’s name actually throws a lot of green in colours, the use of “Low Iron” which does not have the green appearance and is able to give a much more true representation of chosen colour.
When it comes to colour selection, Harbour Glass offers the widest range on the entire Mid North Coast, we have not one but two paint banks filled with glass specific paint and tinters to make any colour you wish. About 40,000 different colours to be exact.
Call in to our showroom to discuss why glass splashbacks are the only real choice when it comes to your kitchen.
Since Harbour Glass first opened their doors over 12 years ago, one thing remains the same. We are the kings of splashbacks. With over 4000 splashbacks under our belts, you could say we know a thing or two about them.