What condition should my wall be in before the splashback is fitted?

In an ideal world you walls would be perfectly flat and true but we don’t live in an ideal world so your walls just need to be relatively flat.  If there are holes or plasterboard missing these can be packed and will be covered by the glass. 

Which colours can I choose from for my bespoke splashback

BGP can match pretty much most colours.  If you choose a colour from any DIY store or from Ral, British Standard, Dulux, Valspar, Crown, Farrow and Ball, Fired Earth, and Little Green Paint Company to name but a few.  We are able to match colours if you have something specific in mind.  We can also apply a layer of shimmer to give a sparkly effect.  Ask us to check for you, we are happy to help.

Can I fit splashbacks on top of my existing tiles?

There’s no reason why you couldn’t, as long as the original surface is well stuck and not loose, but you would need to ensure you use the correct adhesive.  We can help advise on this for you.

Are BGP Glass splashbacks toughened safety glass?

All of our glass splashbacks are toughened to BSEN1250 Standard.

What Services Do You Provide?

Here at Bristol Glass Processing we can cut, shape and polish glass for you.  We supply toughened glass, laminated glass, fireglass, mirrors and so much more.  We can survey and fit splashbacks, ballustrades, shower screens and doors, juliet balconies and fireglass.  We hold a large stock of glass fixings too, just ask us for more details.

When Does Double Glazing Need Replacing?

If you’re unsure whether your windows need replacing, some of the signs you should look out for are:

  • Feeling a draught through the window
  • The windows are leaking or letting water in
  • The windows allow excessive amounts of noise in
  • The uPVC around the windows are yellowing or the timber is starting to crack
  • There is visible damage, particularly to the window seals
  • The windows have become difficult to open, close and lock or they are sticking when you try to open them
  • The windows are covered in condensation, particularly between the panes of glass.

These are all signs that your windows are failing. Give us a call to help with what options you have.

Do I Need Planning Permission Before Installing Windows and Doors?

You do not usually need planning permission to replace existing windows or doors, though you will need to check which your local council to make sure. It’s especially important to check whether you are located in a conservation area, as this may restrict you with what designs or materials you are allowed to use

Commercial Glazing?

Bristol Glass Processing Ltd can supply oversized units for shop fronts and the like.

Do you supply greenhouse glass?

Yes, we offer 3mm horticultural glass for outdoor sheds and greenhouses. Contact us for more information


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