In some project scenarios, often happens that the glass goes under the hob and kitchen cabinets in a shape of so called upside down ‘T’ letter. We offer a special splitting option in a cutting process which allows the panels to be installed in a more safety, compatible and efficient way. This splitting technique also saves a crucial time in the production and definitely provides less risk of loosing the glass in toughening process.
PAR professional glaziers would still be more than happy to follow individual customer instructions and produce an upside down ‘T’ shape panel in a one section. However, as we have been dealing with over thousand projects each year and have a vital, deep experience in a variety of occasions, we do strongly recommend you to take a moment of reading this information and carefully consider this option when thinking about fitting the glass under the cooker hob and cabinets. The entire process of splitting gives you an opportunity to get your glass installed in a much faster time than a one section piece and we can assure you the panels would still present perfectly and beautifully within the kitchen area.
Example photo of the split T-Shape Splashback
Example photo of the one piece T-Shape Splashback