New Zealand's leading manufacturer in Slumped architectural and luxury glass.

The possibilities are endless when you combine the talents of our staff with our wide range of textured glass fabrication capabilities, no two pieces are ever quite the same.

RESIDENTIAL

Splashbacks - Glass Art - Keepsakes - Bathroom Glass - Headstones - Platters - Plaques - Windows/Doors - Showers - Architectural Glass - Balustrades and more.

COMMERICAL

Balustrades, Canopies, Glass Doors, Glass Facades, Glass Floors, Glass Partitions, Mirrors, Pool fences, Shop Fronts, Showers and Splashbacks.

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We’d love to quote a job for you!

For all custom pieces please answer these questions for us to help you get the right information. (Not essential, but encouraged!)

You can always call us 03 2145012 or come into the showroom for a quote anytime
Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm. Glass samples available in store. 

 

 Splashbacks and all other glass:

1. Name:
2. Phone number:

3. Email address:
4. Address of Installation:
5. Type of glass: Slumped, Flat, Mirror or image on glass. 
6. Approximate size of splashback/Glass area:
7. Will you require whites/neutral colours? dark/bright colours? Or clear Glass?
8. Number of cutouts for powerpoints, handles, taps or rangehoods:
9. Are you ready for a site measure?
10. How did you hear about us?
11. Any additional information/requests:

Headstones:
1. Name
2. Phone number
3. Email address
4. Shipping address:
5. Glass size:
6. Glass thickness:
7. Glass colour (listed here):
8. Shape of glasstone:
9. Inscription information:
10. Would you like a ceramic photograph added?
11. Will you be getting a concrete or granite base?
12. How did you hear about us?
13. Any additional information/requests:

 

** If you are interested in an Image on Glass please email the Image that you are interested in using for your splashback to  sales@escapeglass.com Images must be over 4MB in size.  


64 Forth Street, PO Box 885
Invercargill, 9840 
New Zealand  Phone:   +643 2145012        
Email:     sales@escapeglass.com

 

 

 

Find an Agent across New Zealand

Our Glass is supplied by:

Viridian Glass New Zealand

Viridian Glass New Zealand

0800 847 434
NATIONWIDE 

Since 1894 we have been operating in New Zealand. This long and proud history has formed a strong foundation of how we work today. Viridian is an agent of Slumped Glass across New Zealand.

Viridian Glass - We Love Glass

 SOUTH ISLAND NORTH ISLAND

Gore Windscreens and Glass

Gore Windscreens and Glass
Gore
Ph: (03) 208 5721
www.goreglass.co.nz

Colour Worx - Nationwide - Antique Mirror Glass

Colorworx
Auckland and Wider North Island
Shop Now: colourworx.co.nz/collections
Home Décor Range: www.interiorworx.nz/

Balclutha Glass

Balclutha Windscreens and Glass
Balclutha
Ph: (03) 418 0777   |    027 418 1021
www.balcluthaglass.co.nz

Glass Guys - Rotorua and Tauranga

The Glass Guys - Bay of Plenty
Ph: 0800 GLASSY 
www.theglassguys.co.nz
Their mission is to provide stunning feature splashbacks, beautiful transparent balustrades and showers, and repair what glass is broken to the highest quality with outstanding service. Servicing the wider BOP.

Excell joinery Te Anau

Excell Joinery Ltd
Te Anau
Ph: 027 229 7628
www.excelljoinery.co.nz 

Wellington Splashbacks

Wellington Splashbacks
Wellington and Wider Region
Ph: 022 064 0599
www.wellingtonsplashbacks.co.nz

Lakeland Glass Central Otago

Lakeland Glass
Queenstown
Ph: (03) 442 8286    |    027 654 5009
www.lakelandglass.co.nz

Remarkable Homes - Kinloch - Queenstown - Auckland

Remarkable Homes
Auckland | Kinloch | Queenstown
Ph: 021 844 494
www.remarkablehomes.co.nz

Remarkable Glass - Queenstown

Remarkables Glass
Queenstown
Ph: (03) 451 0002
www.remarkableglass.co.nz 

The Glassman New Zealand

The Glassman
New Plymouth
Ph: (06) 758 3027
www.theglassman.co.nz

 

Aspiring Glass - Central Otago - Wanaka

Aspiring Glass
Wanaka
Ph: (03) 443 2488
www.aspiringglass.co.nz

Gisborne Glass

Gisborne Glass
Gisborne
Ph: (06) 867 9862
www.gisborneglass.co.nz

Cromwell Glass and Glazing

Cromwell Glass & Glazing | Thermawood
Cromwell
Ph: (03)445 4004
www.cromwellglass.co.nz

Glassmaster

Glassmaster
Hamilton
Ph: 027 222 8833
www.glassmaster.co.nz

Aburns Glass - Dunedin

Aburns Glass
Dunedin / Otago
Ph: (03) 455 6134
www.aburnsglass.co.nz 

 

City Glass Hamilton

City Glass
Hamilton
Ph: (07) 856 5669
www.cityglass.co.nz 

Coronet Woodware Central Otago

Coronet Woodware
Central Otago
Ph: (03) 442 3700
www.coronetwoodware.co.nz 

HASTINGS GLASS AND GLAZING

Hastings Glass and Glazing
Hastings
Ph: (06) 8769 333
www.hastingsglassandglazing.co.nz

Central Custom Joinery

Alexandra
Ph: 021 024 828 46

Snazzy Glass
Hawke's Bay
Ph: (06) 877 0420
www.snazzyglassnz.co.nz

B and M joinery Cromwell and Central Otago

B and M Joinery
Cromwell
Ph:  027 207 8025
www.bmjoinerycromwell.co.nz 

 

Kapi-mana Glass

Kapimana Glass
Kapiti Coast
Ph: 0800 800 45277
www.kapimana-glass.co.nz

Dunstan Glass and Glazing

Dunstan Glass
Wanaka
Ph: (03) 448 9073
www.dunstanglass.co.nz 

 Jake the Glass Guy

Jake The Glass Guy
Waikato
Ph: 027 666 0511

www.jake-the-glass-guy-ltd.business.site/ 

Nikki Wilson Studio

Nikki Wilson 
Arrowtown
Ph: 027 668 9959
www.nikkiwilson.co.nz 

 bebans Glass - Upper Hutt

Bebans Glass
Upper Hutt
Ph: (04) 939 4452

Otago Frameless Glass - Dunedin

Otago Frameless Glass
Dunedin
Ph: (03) 455 8283
www.ofg.co.nz/

Bay Glass Kerikeri - Northland

Bay Glass Kerikeri
Northland
Ph: (09) 407 9035
www.bayglass.co.nz

Otago Glass - Dunedin

Otago Glass
Dunedin and Wider
Ph: (03) 455 3820
www.otagoglass.co.nz

Vetro Raccordi - Northland Glass - Splashbacks

Vetro Raccordi - Northland Speciality Glass
Northland
Ph: 0800 857 277
www.otagoglass.co.nz

 

Local Glass - Otago - Dunedin

Local Glass
Ph: (03) 477 3141
www.localglass.co.nz 

Colorit Splashbacks - Wellington and Nationwide

Colorit Splashbacks
Wellington and wider
Ph: 0508 44 44 88
www.coloritsplashbacks.co.nz

Birchfeilds Glass and Glazing New Zealand

Birchfields Glass
Ph: (03) 384 2488
www.birchfieldsglassandglazing.co.nz

 

GB Glass - Taupo Glass and splashback

GB Glass
Taupo
Ph: (07) 378 1958
www.gbglass.co.nz

 

Empire Glass - Canterbury - Christchurch

Empire Glass
Ph: (03) 381 4490
www.empireglass.co.nz 

Mount Glass - Mt Glass 

Mount Glass and Glazing 
Tauranga, Mount Maunganui, Papamoa, & Te Puke
Ph: (07) 542 0083
www.mountglass.co.nz

Nordzco Joinery - Queenstown - Auckland

Nordzco
Queenstown Ph: (03) 409 0809 
Christchurch Ph: (03) 348 4890
www.nordzco.co.nz 

Image Glass Waikato 

Image Glass Waikato
Waikato | Coromandel
Ph: (03) 409 0809 
www.imageglasswaikato.co.nz

Rangiora Mirror and glass - Canterbury christchurch

Rangiora Glass and Mirror 
Rangiora and Wider Canterbury
Ph: (07) 542 0083
www.mountglass.co.nz

Opal Glass
Cambridge
Ph: (07) 827 5555
www.opalglass.co.nz

 

Asburton Glass

Ashburton Glass
Ashburton
Ph: (03) 308 3918
www.ashburtonglass.co.nz

Carterton Glass

Carterton Glass
Carterton | Waiarapa
Ph: (06) 379 6548
www.cartertonglass.co.nz

Kitchens Direct

Kitchen Direct
Timaru | Central Otago
Ph: 0800 534 732
www.kitchendirect.co.nz 

IPM Glass Waiheke Island

0800 444 789
www.ipmglass.com

Lunds Joinery Timaru

Lunds Joinery
Timaru
Ph: (03) 688 9149
www.lundsjoinery.co.nz 

Howick Glass

Howick Glass
Auckland
Ph: (09) 535 4180
www.howickglass.co.nz 

The professional and trusted team of qualified tradesmen at Howick Glass offer a full range of glass and glazing services at competitive prices. With over 45 years experience, you know you'll be receiving top quality service and workmanship with superior products and materials.

Barrett Joinery Timaru

Barrett Joinery and Kitchens
Timaru
Ph: (03) 688 4738
www.barrettjoinery.co.nz 

Marlborough Glass

Marlborough Glass
Marlborough
Ph: (03) 578 5374
www.marlboroughglass.co.nz

Glassworx Nelson

Glassworx
Nelson
Ph: (03) 542 4412
www.glassworxnelson.co.nz 

Richmond Glass

Richmond Glass
Richmond, Nelson
Ph: (03) 544 8199
www.richmondglass.co.nz

P K Design - Nelson and nationwide

PK Design
Nelson and wider
Ph: (03) 544 1338  |  021 461711

www.pkdesign.co.nz 

Design Base Architects - Invercargill - Wanaka - Nelson

Design Base Architecture
Invercargill (03) 218 2429
Wanaka 021 051 9315
Nelson (03) 545 9330
www.designbase.co.nz 

 

 

What is Slumped Glass?

Escape Glass Obscure pattern slumped architectural glass

Escape glass manufactures what is New Zealand's only toughened slumped glass product of its kind. The term slumped refers to glass that is patterned or textured. 

The pieces are all handcrafted and are custom designed to meet the needs of each individual customer.
The inspiration for our pieces comes from the stunning scenery, nature, wildlife, birds and Kiwiana that New Zealand has to offer. 

We make every piece to order; every project is unique, no two are the same.

We offer a wide selection of distinctive pattern glass that will enhance any interior and exterior design project with a touch of elegance. Unique patterns and textures are often used as a means of adding privacy or decorative elements to the design. Splashbacks, cabinet glass inserts, doors, door inserts, shower enclosures, balustrading, railings, partitions, glass furniture, privacy windows, accent windows, and more are some of the common applications. Various forms of safety glass can be fabricated from pattern slumped glass, such as insulated glass units, tempered glass, and laminated glass. Decorative pattern glass has become increasingly popular in homes. Our experienced glass reps can show you how to use slumped glass in your next design

Subscape tile Glass Splashback

The next step is to heat the glass and mold in a kiln or a specialized glass slumping furnace. The temperature and heating time depend on the thickness and type of glass being used. As the temperature rises, the glass begins to soften and becomes malleable. It reaches a point called the "slumping temperature" where it starts to sag under its own weight and conforms to the shape of the mold beneath it.

Gravity plays a crucial role in the slumping process. As the glass reaches its slumping temperature, it gradually begins to flow and slump down due to the force of gravity. The rate of slumping can be controlled by adjusting the temperature and the time the glass spends in the kiln. This allows artists to achieve different degrees of curvature and contour in their final pieces.

slumped glass sliding door

Slumped glass offers artists and designers a wide range of creative possibilities. The technique allows for the creation of functional objects with unique and organic shapes that would be difficult or impossible to achieve with traditional glassblowing or other glassworking methods. It is commonly used in art glass, interior design, architecture, and even in commercial applications like lighting fixtures or decorative panels, adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to various environments.

 

 

Simply put, slumping is a technique in which items are made in a kiln by shaping glass over molds at high temperatures. This means we can manipulate patterns and textures to customise glass for you! 

Slumped glass art

WILL IT LOOK HANDMADE?

Due to the handmade nature of Escape slumped glass, patterns on a larger scale may vary slightly from the samples provided. Care should be taken when selecting textures as images and patterns may not overlap from panel to panel.  The molding process may also cause random variations in background textures and expansion, contraction or toughening markings may be evident in the final product.

Slumped glass has two texturally different sides each with corresponding visual differences. For all splashbacks the smooth side is the side face out and the textured side will be adhered to the wall, for showers we would recommend the textured side face into the bathroom and the smooth side face the water for ease of cleaning. All Escape slumped glass is produced with fired edges so any additional edge work is not necessary.

WHAT PRODUCTS DO YOU MAKE IN SLUMPED GLASS?

Splashbacks 
Windows
Doors 
Headstones
Memorial Plaques
Art 
Platters and Trays
Mirrors

Showers
Balustrading
Vanity tops
Tables
Trophies
Signage
House Numbers
and so much more!

 

WHAT COLOUR CAN I HAVE?

Tinted glass is available in the following colors: green, blue, bronze and gray (subject to availability). I would like to point out that despite its tint, the glass is still transparent enough to be seen through.

Our Slumped glass can also be colour coated in opaque and metallic paint!  We work with all Resene and Dulux colour ranges to apply almost any colour to the back of slumped glass. Great for matching walls, cabinetry, and being creative! Please note an element of metallic is added to each colour to allow for the 3D nature of our textured glass pattern to be visible. We also use clear glass where possible and our colours are matched to the swatch colour by neutralising the original colour to counteract the green of natural glass. We do not advise putting a piece of glass over a paint swatch to get an accurate idea of the finished product.


WHAT ARE THE SIZE SPECIFICATIONS?

Escape Glass is available in 6, 8, 10, 2, 15 and 19mm thick clear float glass. 

Maximum panel size for 6 and 8mm is 3100x1250mm for 10 and 12mm it is 3100x1200mm.

See all specifications here

CAN I ADD MY LOGO OR ANY IMAGES?

Of course you can, talk to us today on the various ways of making this happen and how it can be done. We can add shapes to any and all slumped glass. 

Subway Tile

WHAT PATTERNS ARE AVAILABLE? 

We have over 35 slumped glass patterns

GLASS PATTERNS can be viewed here. 

One of the most popular new patterns in the range is Subscape. It gives the appearance of subway tiles without the grouting. This pattern comes in a variety of sizes and colours from Resene or Dulux. Other popular choices include Natural Escape (Ferns), Conformity wavy lines and Schist Rock. 
Headstones slumped glass

CAN YOU MAKE MY GLASS ANY SHAPE? CAN IT HAVE CUT OUTS? HOW DO I MEASURE IT?

We offer standard and countersunk holes, plug cut-outs, radius's, corners, curves, and special cutouts. The diameter of the circular holes should not be less than the thickness of the glass, and their total area should not exceed 10% of the panel's overall area.

A flat glass border (generally 10 to 40mm wide) is provided where necessary to ensure ease of installation. This is perfect when glass is required for channel in a shower etc. 

For all panels, Escape Glass requires finished/tight glass sizes. There is a tolerance of plus or minus 3mm from the quoted size on all panels, we will make all the required allowances ourselves.. For all custom shapes that are not standard, templates must be provided, clearly marked with hole diameters and cutouts. Regardless of the size of the job, we reserve the right to judge it on an individual basis.

HOW LONG WILL MY GLASS TAKE? AND WHAT IF THERE IS A FLAW OR MISTAKE?

In addition to excellence, Escape Glass strives for customer satisfaction and incredibly designed products. Orders are usually delivered within 4-6 weeks, but we strive to achieve our 95% on-time delivery target. If your order is incorrect, we'll send you a replacement panel within 3-4 weeks. Since our products are made in Southland, New Zealand, you will not have to wait 3-6 months for materials. There will be no defects, flaws, or white hazing on your glass products, which is often apparent on low-quality offshore glass.

Depending on the size and complexity of the project, this process may take weeks or even months. It is not uncommon for a single piece of glass to require tens if not hundreds of hours of work! So if it's a little late please keep this in mind. 

Our customers demand perfection and this is not something that can be rushed. One chip or incorrect dimension can rarely be remedied (regardless of what stage in the process the glass is at) and mean that the manufacturing must be restarted.

75% of all slumped glass is toughened. Our toughening is done on Fridays in another part of the South Island (right at the other end), so all glass goes on a road trip! This unfortunately drags out the time frame a little. All slumped glass jobs are expected to be complete in up to 6 weeks. This does not always allow for the shipping as there can be natural disasters, crazy weather and things out of our control that hold this process up.

(left) Leaf shaped Slumped glass handmade headstone and Custom Red plaque for granite vase block

Enquire now about a Glass Headstone

Please take a moment to complete our headstone questionnaire. Our team will respond to you within five working days when possible. This simple questionnaire will assist us in creating a beautiful monument for your loved one who has passed away.

Contact Us now.

glass set of footprints on a handmade stand

Glass Hand and Footprints

Have your childs footprints or handprints eternally cast in slumped glass.
Book your foot or handprints appointment online now.

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Bring your ideas to life with handmade textured glass

Glass Patterns and Textures

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Textured Slumped Glass. Combining Organic and Directional elements. Slumped textured glass can be produced in large panel sizes, for divider walls or partitions, creating a beautiful decorative finish to your corporate space, while creating privacy. In addition, colour finishes can also be applied. Slumped glass panels can be used as Cladding or Facades, pressed against other wall surfaces; ideal for front entrance Hotel or Corporate Lobbies.

Slumped textured glass is available in a range of different glass thicknesses 6, 8, 10, 12 and 19mm, clear or low iron glass, and safety toughened (tempered) or annealed. Panels can be produced up to 18000mm x 3000mm in clear or low iron glass. Or choose from our rich tinted glass or vibrant coloured glass options. The maintenance free, non-porous surface of our slumped glass allows the glass to appear bright, new, and clean, for many years to come.

Some popular patterns:

Subway Tile splashback in glass

SUBSCAPE

This is the newest pattern in the range. 
Subscape - Get the look of subway tiles but without the grout. Low maintenance, hygienic, easy care and beautiful. This new pattern is available in any size and any colour from the Resene or Dulux colour range. 
Schist Pattern Splashback in Grey

SCHIST 

The detail in the texture provides a clear visual of an authentic schist surface, while also mimicking the mortar lines which separate the schist bricks. This unique splashback pattern that is much like tiles but with the ease of glass.

 

Adrenaline patterned textured glass pattern and sample

ADRENALINE
A staple in our standard pattern collection is our Adrenaline slumped textured Glass. The texture mimics a waterfall with substantial grooves spread across the glass. Adrenalines unique design provides maximum levels of opacity and privacy, while still allowing a substantial amount of light to come through. Often paired with backlighting or coated in a bright colour, Adrenaline will bring life and creativity to any space.

 

Fern impression glass splashback

 FERN - NATURAL ESCAPE
The detail in the texture brings a natural kiwiana element to life. This unique splashback pattern that is made with real ferns, each hand foraged. This pattern adds luxury and makes a subtle statement.

 

 

reeded flute glass industrial tread obscure glass

(above left to right)
Corrugate in clear - 10mm, Baby corrugate in clear glass - 6mm and painted silver tread glass - 6mm. 
CORRUGATE GLASS IS SIMILAR TO BROAD REEDED AND NARROW REEDED GLASS   

HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF THE PATTERNS IN A FINISHED PROJECT

 

Frenzy 10mm slumped toughened glass door with LED lights

Pressed tin splashback in glass

Pressed Tin B Splashback
in Resene Silver White Pearl 

Anaglypta and Conformity swirls together in a splashback

12mm Baby Corrugate used in balustrading inside

manapouri mountain

Mountain Scene in clear glass on a white wall
- Manapouri, New Zealand

Escape Route running horizontally
in the the Resene colour Durville
This pattern can go vertical or horizontal. 

coffee bean pattern splashback pattern

Coffee Bean pattern on a small sample in clear glass

Custom mountain scene in glass splashback

The Taranakis - Mountain Range in Southland, New Zealand in Resene Seahunter

 

 

 

 

Technical Information

SLUMPED GLASS PRODUCT INFORMATION

PRODUCT INFORMATION FOR SLUMPED GLASS

Textured Slumped Glass. Combining organic and directional elements to create a unique design. For divider walls or partitions, slumped textured glass creates a beautiful decorative finish, while creating privacy for your corporate space.

Slumped glass panels can also be finished in a color of your choice. Slumped glass panels can be used as Cladding or Facades to cover other wall surfaces pressed against them, making them perfect for front entrances into hotels and corporations.

The slumped textured glass can be manufactured in a variety of glass thicknesses, such as 6, 10, 12, 15, and 19mm, clear or low iron glass, as well as toughened (tempered) or annealed safety glass. Panels can be produced up to 1250mm x 3100mm in size. It is available in clear or low iron glass as well as in rich tinted glass or vibrant painted colours.

As a result of its non-porous, maintenance-free surface, our slumped glass is able to remain bright, new, and clean for a long time to come, without requiring any additional maintenance. 

PANEL SIZES

Maximum single panel size: 3100 x 1250mm.
Smaller custom sizes available and minimum charges apply.

GLASS THICKNESS

Glass available in 6, 8, 10 & 12mm, also in 15 & 19mm on request.

PROPERTIES

Unique Qualities: The beauty of textured glass lies in its glacial appearance. Light passes through illuminating the texture and appears to glow from within. People and objects behind the glass are obscured making it a versatile building material for open plan living and working environments!

Glass types:

  • Slumped Glass - Hand textured glass panels (available in Clear, Low Iron and Tinted glass)
  • Float - Clear glass which exhibits a pale green tint which is more apparent when slumped.
  • Tinted float - pale green, pale blue, grey, brown, High performance tints - dark green, dark blue
  • Low Iron - Ultra clear low iron float glass.
  • Mirrored Glass  

TEXTURAL CONSIDERATIONS

The process of slumping texture and patterns into sheets of glass involves intense heat to soften the glass sufficiently for it to melt over and into specially prepared molds. The heat is provided by kilns, specifically designed to suit the glass forming process. The molds can be a variety of materials (refractories) selected for their particular characteristics.
The resultant slumped glass reflects the artistic input at the design and molding stage, and the subsequent treatments that might be used. These include colour applications, obscuring treatments, etching, shape-cutting and edging, adhered embellishments and metal-ware.
The process of slumping glass on a mold imparts a textural surface on one side leaving the other smooth, glossy but not flat. Random variations in the background texture are immanent in the process. The edges are fire polished and remain flat but slightly rounded. 
Where required for specific glazing situations flat borders can be incorporated. All standard textures are available as toughened safety glass.

TEXTURED GLASS FEATURE

  • Creates obscurity/privacy with maximum light transmission
  • Safety toughened to meet all safety standards
  • Can be back painted to any colour 
  • Custom designs/ logos can be embossed into the textured glass
  • Used in conjunction with high quality stainless steel fixings
  • Offers easy cleaning and maintenance.

TOLERANCES & EDGEWORK

Due to the expansion and contraction during the processing of glass up to 3mm variation in panel sizes may occur.
Slumped glass can accommodate all standard glass processing treatments such as holes, notches, cut-outs and edge-polishing.

SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS

In glazing situations where Grade A Safety glass is required, most Slumped Glass can be toughened to comply with New Zealand Standards AS/NZS2208 - Safety glazing materials for use in buildings (human impact considerations).
It should be noted that the toughening process may impart some slight "bowing" over the length of the panel, or in some cases, scuff marks caused by the furnace. These are unavoidable.

Chemical Resistance
Glass will resist most acids except hydrofluoric and high temperature phosphoric. Alkalis can attack the glass surface, so it crucial not to get run off from concrete and the like as they will etch the glass surface. The same can happen with some weathering steels and some sealants release chemicals that can stain glass. Hard water with high calcium can be a problem as can geothermal areas for some ceramic glasses.

OUR PROCESS

Our glass process

GLAZING CONSIDERATIONS

All slumped glass products can be installed by local glazing contractors using standard methods and fixing systems in the same manner as flat glass of equivalent thickness. Please refer to New Zealand Standards AS 1288 (glass in buildings - Selection and Installation) for glazing methods & recommendations.

INTERIOR / EXTERIOR?

Generally panels are glazed with the glossy surface to the exterior of the building for ease of cleaning. Where this is not a consideration however, one has a choice based entirely on aesthetics.

GLASS HEADSTONE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND DETAILS

OUR SERVICES

We provide a comprehensive range of services to our valued clients, and are fully equipped and experienced to complete everything from kitchen and bathroom renovations to specialty glass installation. Our team can assist you with the following:

 

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We’d love to hear from you

Whether you have a question about splashback ideas you have, pricing, need more information, or anything else, our team is ready to answer all your questions

 

 

64 Forth Street, PO Box 885
Invercargill, 9840 
New Zealand 

Phone:   +643 2145012        
Email:     sales@escapeglass.com

 

 


For large and custom pieces please answer these questions
for us to help you get the right information. (Not essential, but encouraged!)


1) Name:
2) Address of installation :

3) Contact phone number :
4) Approximate size of splashback/Glass area :
5) Number of cutouts for powerpoints, handles or rangehoods :
6) Are you ready for a site measure now? :
7) Where did you hear about our splashbacks? :
(Google, friend, facebook, pinterest, instagram or other?) 
8) Any other comments relevant to your splashback** :

 

** If you are interested in an Image on Glass please email the Image that you are interested in using for your splashback to  sales@escapeglass.com

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