Polytech Glass new website launch

Polytech Glass the coloured glass specialists –announces its new website www.polytechglass.com.au, which also includes a Simulated Kitchen Tour, that allows the user to choose a kitchen type and view their various glass finishes.

Polytech Glass products are custom-made and manufactured from toughened safety glass to ensure strength and durability.The glass is certified tempered glass that complies with Australian Standards AS1288/1994 and AS2047/1999 for use in domestic and commercial settings.Polytech’s coloured glass is a stylish alternative to tiles and one that has many exciting possibilities.With the easy cleaning, non-staining quality of glass, and eliminating the need for grouting, it is the perfect surface for kitchens, bathrooms, laundries and other wet areas. Glass splashbacks are a new concept designed to ensure a clean and modern design and finish that requires minimal work to maintain.

All the manufacturer’s glass products are manufactured with a five year guarantee against discolouring and delamination of the colour coating and on all workmanship.

With an extensive selection of coloured glass finishes to choose from, with effects such as metallic and pearl shimmer, the glass will create an instant impact to your surroundings.

Polytech can also colour-match any paint chip or object to achieve the colour desired.

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