Laminam™ and Duropal Pyroex

There are new, cutting edge splashback materials available on the market, which open up a much broader spectrum of splashback options for your kitchen design.

Laminam™ and Duropal Pyroex both offer easy-to-clean formats as well as quick installation times.

A step-up from traditional tiles are the large format ceramic sheets offered by Laminam™ proving an easy clean format – like glass but the texture options of tiles, with less grout. Non-combustible makes them a good choice for kitchens as Laminam™ is very stain resistant and easy to clean.  Priced in a similar range to glass splashback, organizing the supply and install of a Laminam™ splashback can be arranged with installers from GlassArt.

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A cost effective solution for splashback options, where colour choices are less critical in a kitchen design, is Duropal Pyroex splashbacks. This is a compact high-pressure laminate available in 4 colours; both fire retardant and scratch resistant. With a 3 day lead time and easy installation, it can be the perfect solution for a splashback design needed in a hurry.

Remember, our experienced Jag Kitchen designers are here to help you in your decision making process, so let us know what you have in mind, and we’ll help you choose a splashback option that is right for you.

For more information on a wide range of materials and design options or to see more kitchen examples, call Jag Kitchens today to arrange an appointment, or pop into the Jag Kitchens Showroom inside the Danske Mobler building at the Botany Town Centre.

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