Do you want to install a glass splashback in your kitchen? Find out what you need to know about installing glass to make this look great.

Applying a Quick Fix to a Broken Window

24 October 2018
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The sound of a window breaking in your home can be quite concerning. The breakage may have been caused by your kids playing baseball or by strong winds during inclement weather. Regardless of the cause, you often need to attend to a broken window immediately. Not only is a broken window a security concern, but it can also drive up your heating and cooling costs. Before a window repair technician arrives at your home, you may need to apply a quick fix to seal the window as soon as possible. Read More …

3 Considerations When Installing A Glass Pool Fence On Your Property

31 July 2018
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If you have a swimming pool, then Australian laws require you to have appropriate pool fencing around it for safety—no matter what material you choose. Apart from adhering to the pool fencing regulations set out in the state that you live in, you'll also want to consider some additional factors when installing a glass pool fence on your property: Choose Thicker Panels For Additional Safety While most states in Australia expect pool fence heights to be around 1. Read More …

Irresistible Reasons to Ditch Your Shower Curtain for Glass Shower Screens

26 April 2018
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If your bathroom has started to become a blight in comparison to the rest of your home, you could be considering a major overhaul in the form of a complete remodel. However, engaging in a comprehensive renovation can cost quite a pretty penny. Not to mention the amount of time your bathroom will be unusable, which can prove to be highly inconvenient for you. Fortunately, there is another alternative you could consider that will provide you with a significant wow factor. Read More …

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Tips on Installing Glass Splashbacks Behind Gas Stoves

Hello, my name is Hugh and I’ve recently finished renovating our kitchen. The project itself wasn’t that much trouble (my wife knows exactly what she wants and I just go along with her!) but we did hit a couple of snags along the way. For example, my wife really wanted a glass splashback to run behind our stove. I didn’t think this would be a problem; however, we’re using a gas stove and our kitchen company pointed out that we needed to run some checks and maybe even do some work before it would be safe to put glass behind this kind of oven. I had no idea that a glass splashback might not be suitable for every kitchen and I thought other people might find it useful to learn what you need to know before installing this kind of splashback.