From classic subway tile to stunning natural stone, a backsplash is a wonderful way to finish the look in your kitchen.

What are the benefits of tile vs integrated backsplash?

Today this is more of a design selection versus a function of the room and FLOFORM offers both as a solution to finish your kitchen.

More and more people are deciding to go with a tile accent to provide more dimension and flare to the room.

Tile backsplash runs from countertop to the bottom of the cabinet and can be designed with many different patterns and materials.  Although there is more maintenance, this allows you to provide your own personal touch to the look of the kitchen.

Integrated backsplash provides a continuous flow of countertop up the wall, providing more depth and a bold finish to any room. With some materials, this can be a seamlessly installed backsplash. This look can be dated in some settings.

If finishing with an integrated backsplash you can do 3-4” high splash with tile to finish or install the backsplash all the way to the cabinets for a bolder design.

Backsplashes | FAQ

Do you remove the old backsplash?

FLOFORM will remove old backsplash if requested by the customer at the time of placing the order.

Who installs the new backsplash?

FLOFORM will install the backsplash if you order it. If you would like tile backsplash, you find a tile contractor or have FLOFORM take care of this service for you.

How long does it take to install new backsplash?

If the backsplash is attached to your countertop, it will be done in the time allotted for your installation. For full height backsplash or tile backsplash, the installation will take 3-4 visits to complete the service.