How Big Should A Hand Basin Splash Back?


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A splashback can range in size from sixty centimetres to a hundred and twenty centimetres in size. Standard sizes are generally a hundred to a hundred and ten centimetres. Splashbacks are generally made of glass as it is easier to clean them and maintain them this way. They are used as a protection for the surface of the structure behind. They can be transparent or tinted blue, green or black.

Washbasin splashbacks are mostly tiled and cover the entire section of the wall behind the basin. At certain times they are more than a matter of convenience and can be an essential feature of building design regulated by building codes. These codes can be the purview of the Environment Health Officer in certain cases.

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