Re: Glass Splash backs2
Jul 13, 2007 9:59 am
Light green is natural glass hence the cheapest... if there are no powerpoints its cheap otherwise add approx $60 per powerpoint... the volume builders are charging about 1100 for entire kitchen... and its only 200 wide strip all around the kitchen inclusing behind the sink(what a rip off!!) I will go for glass tiles instead.
check the other post on powerpoints and glass splashbacks
Re: Glass Splash backs3
Jul 13, 2007 1:53 pm
Light green is natural glass hence the cheapest...
Thats not right I am sorry.
It is partially correct. There are two types of glass.
Float Glass which is standard glass with the slight green tinge when you look at the edge.
StarFire Glass has no colour in it at all.
hugh61 said they were thinking of a light green splash back. The back of the glass is painted in the light green colour. It doesnt matter what colour you choose the price stays the same(except for metalics)
Where the price does change is if you want light green on starfire glass. This usually adds $100m2.
So in short for a light green colour on float glass depending on how many powerpoints and the supplier will cost around $250-300m2.
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