Glass is a great choice for any surface in your home, as it reflects light and makes a dark and dull room seem brighter. Since glass doesn't hold germs and bacteria very well, it's an especially good choice for kitchen benchtops and splashbacks. However, some homeowners have a few misconceptions about glass for these surfaces and may then shy away from using it. Note a few of those misunderstandings here so you can determine the best surface options for your home's kitchen.
Commercial glass refers to glass that is used in windows and doors, and for applications such as a glass shower screen or glass shelving; commercial glass doesn't mean just glass pieces in a commercial building, but this term refers to pieces other than drinking glasses, eyeglasses, and other such items. If you need to have any window, glass door, glass shower screen or other piece installed at home or in a commercial building, note some common misconceptions about commercial glass, so you can better understand your options and will know what to discuss with a glass installer.