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.

Window Repairs: When to Call a Professional

30 November 2020
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There are times when you might want to repair your damaged windows yourself to save some of your hard-earned money; this is okay as long as you are a handy person and have some window repair skills. Here are times when you need to contact a window repair professional: Large Window Repairs The larger the glass panel, the more sensitive and risky the window repair will be. This is because it means that you can't repair the window alone. Read More …

A Simple Guide to Shower Screens

25 August 2020
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Shower screens are a modern way for bathrooms to improve aesthetics and prevent water from splashing everywhere. If you are looking to install shower screens in your bathroom, here's what you need to know. The Three Main Types of Shower Screens Frameless Shower Screens These are large, toughened glass panels that do not have any frame on the edges. They only have a handle that you use when opening or closing the shower screen door. Read More …

Ideas For Adding Organic Curves To Your Shower Screen

21 May 2020
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Bathroom walls are usually flat, and square or rectangle — doors are straight-edged, as are windows and other elements. While baths and basins might display smooth, rounded contours, usually showers are hard and square. However, you can incorporate more flowing and curved organic lines into your shower design. Here are several ideas. Curved 'Corner' Fixed shower screens that delineate a showering area give your bathroom beautiful clean lines and a minimalist feel. 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.