Splashbacks are vital to maintain your kitchen; food splatters do not look great on new walls and paintwork, and that means if you want to keep your kitchen looking clean and sparkling for longer, you are going to have to install a stone splashback of some kind over your hob.
Which do you go for, glass or stone?
Stone is a great choice for many reasons, but in order to give you the best and most complete overview, here are the pros and cons of choosing a stone splashback from Inova Stone.
Whichever option you go for, remember to clean and maintain your splashback regularly, in order to keep it looking as good as possible, for as long as possible. It’s equally as important to shop around for the best deals, as you may fall lucky and find a real bargain. Whilst stone is a little more expensive than glass for a splashback, it does look fantastic and very professional when installed, whereas glass may look modern, but perhaps don’t have the same sparkle and opulence that a stone splashback does. Of course, the continuity option of your stone countertop is also a major plus point.
If you can find a bargain, look after it, and maintain it whenever it needs to be maintained, then you will find that your stone splashback will more than last the test of time, and whatever your hob wants to throw at it!