Now the kitchen looks much nicer and it is easier to clean.

Now the kitchen looks much nicer and it is easier to clean.

I was searching on the internet for splashback options and I found you there. I liked the composite panel because it was affordable and possible to fit it myself. We looked at a couple of brands, but yours had the colour that we liked. I also appreciated the DIY videos on your website that showed how to fit and finish off the panels. Simon was helpful in planning how to cut the panel to fit our required shape. Our house is old and the area to be covered was not square, so it was a challenge to cut it exactly right. One idea I had that you might like to share with others in our situation was that I bought a cheap half-sheet of 6mm MDF (about $12) and was able to cut that to fit the gap exactly. It was then a simple task to trace the outline of the MDF onto the panel so as to get an exact fit of the panel. If I made a mistake with measurements then I could easily and cheaply replace the MDF and have another go. Now the kitchen looks much nicer and it is easier to clean behind the stove. We had replaced an old stove which left a small area of bare gib, so we needed to cover that somehow and it made sense to remove the wood panelling and tiles and replace it with a modern splashback. I would recommend your product to anyone undertaking renovations or a new build that wanted an economical but high-quality finish for a splashback. It is particularly suited to DIY because it is easy to cut and install. Adrian Walcroft, Ashhurst.

Adrian Walcroft, Ashhurst.

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Adrian Walcroft, Ashhurst.

I was searching on the internet for splashback options and I found you there. I liked the composite panel because it was affordable and possible to fit it myself. We looked at a couple of brands, but yours had the colour that we liked. I also appreciated the DIY videos on your website that showed how to fit and finish off the panels. Simon was helpful in planning how to cut the panel to fit our required shape. Our house is old and the area to be covered was not square, so it was a challenge to cut it exactly right. One idea I had that you might like to share with others in our situation was that I bought a cheap half-sheet of 6mm MDF (about $12) and was able to cut that to fit the gap exactly. It was then a simple task to trace the outline of the MDF onto the panel so as to get an exact fit of the panel. If I made a mistake with measurements then I could easily and cheaply replace the MDF and have another go. Now the kitchen looks much nicer and it is easier to clean behind the stove. We had replaced an old stove which left a small area of bare gib, so we needed to cover that somehow and it made sense to remove the wood panelling and tiles and replace it with a modern splashback. I would recommend your product to anyone undertaking renovations or a new build that wanted an economical but high-quality finish for a splashback. It is particularly suited to DIY because it is easy to cut and install. Adrian Walcroft, Ashhurst.
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