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Been thinking about using glass backsplashes in my kitchen.
Glass provides an attractive and cost-effective alternative to tile and other backsplashes. With minimal seams, it is much easier to clean than tiles.

But I heard so many people saying, it'll crack easily. If the glass is being installed near a heat source, it'll eventually crack when exposed to the heating element. So I don't know how long it's gonna last in the kitchen.

When I called a nearby custom glass backsplash provider they're saying it won't crack if it is tempered. Is this true?
Just wanted to know more about this before making a final decision, I thought you guys could help.

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Every home and every kitchen has a different requirement. What material you use and if it will last or not depend most of the times on your use. It depends on the environment also. So, it is better to consult the professionals for such important decisions. You can take help online. Visit this site for more information.


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