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Backsplash

Water and grease splatter from cooking are major problems in a kitchen. Backsplashes are an ideal canvas to protect your walls and bring your kitchen to life with materials ranging from colorful ceramic tiles to tiny glass tiles.

BACKSPLASH

ABOUT BACKSPLASH

Unlimited possibilities for mixing and matching 

Protect your walls and prevent dripping
Increases home value
Enhance kitchen décor

Very easy to clean
 

More than 2500+ projects that we have successfully completed

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

The purpose of a backsplash is primarily functional. It protects the wall behind the sink against water damage from inadvertent splashing.

In the kitchen, backsplashes cover other parts of the countertop beside the sink area. They also help protect the wall against grease splatter when cooking or food splatter during meal preparation.

 

Backsplashes are more than just functional, though. Built with care and an eye toward aesthetics, backsplashes can be a beautiful addition to your kitchen or bathroom—almost like a permanent picture on the wall.

 

Due to the amount of water and abuse that kitchens get, it's highly recommended that you have a backsplash along the back of your kitchen countertop. Even if you can control the water, the walls may become damaged from items accidentally pushed up against them: knives, cutting boards, food, and more.

 

For either applications, kitchen or bathroom, a backsplash is essentially your last line of defense before water, grease, food, or damaging items reach your wall. Even if you're not interested in building an elaborate, eye-catching backsplash, it's still a good idea to have some type of backsplash in place.

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