February 26, 2020
We have just finished building our first new house. Our budget was very tight, but we really wanted a new house that would look way more valuable than what we spent on it. I designed the house myself and did a heap of research online hunting for good deals and new ways to do things that would save money. The kitchen and bathrooms were spaces that we realised we could make some substantial savings by hunting down bargains and buying online. And it was then we found Reflections Splashback. The house was almost finished by the time I found Reflections. We were originally going to tile the splashback as glass was way too expensive and acrylic wasn’t suitable for behind the cooktop. However, we weren’t that keen on having grout get filthy from cooking. Then I found Reflections, and at about a third the price of glass or even cheaper, it seemed like a no brainer. Most people would think it was expensive glass so it would add perceived value to our kitchen. It also meant no grout, so very low maintenance, which is what our house is all about. We ordered some samples, asked a few questions by email and watched the DIY videos to check how easy installation would be. The ease of installing was a big plus too especially with being able to send Reflections a drawing for them to pre-cut it for us. Immediately, having no grout to keep clean is a huge advantage. It’s so easy to keep looking brand new and it looks great. Looks awesome when our LED strip lighting is on too. I would recommend Reflections panels to anyone doing a new build or renovating a kitchen. It’s an extremely easy product to work with, is dirt cheap compared to the alternatives and looks great. Best of all, it can go behind a cooktop. One recommendation I’d like to make though, it would be great to have a larger range of colours or even colour matching and/or the ability to add patterns or images to a panel.
Nathan Rattray, Hastings.