Services & Products

Cutting Edge will ensure quality workmanship from the start to completion of your job.

Glass Splashbacks

We specialise in custom made glass splashbacks with a wide range of colours and options including plain colours, metallic colours, mirror, printed images and slumped glass.

For painted splashbacks our turnaround time is 5-7 working days. For all other splashback options please allow up to 2 weeks.

Shower Screens

All our shower screens are custom made, with an option of a fixed panel, semi-frameless or frameless shower screen.

Hardware options include chrome, brushed  include chrome, brushed nickel, matte black and gold/brushed brass.

Sliding Wardrobe Doors

Custom made mirror, vinyl and painted glass robe doors to suit all your requirement.

There are several different framing styles such as mirrorline for a frameless look and slimline or framed dependent on your wardrobe space.  

Glass Information

Glass Types

Standard Glass

Standard glass has a slightly green tinge; the iron content of the glass causes this.

Low Iron Glass

Low iron glass has a lower iron content and when painted will show a truer colour of the paint used. However, depending on lighting and what the glass is reflecting, you may still get a blue or green tinge.

Tinted Glass

We supply grey, dark grey and bronze tinted glass.

Patterned & Slumped Glass

Pattern glass is most commonly used for door inserts. Subject to availability, this includes translucent laminate, low-iron translucent laminate, satinlite, cathedral, flemish, glue chip, seadrift, broadline, narrow reed, spotswood.

Slumped glass is heated kiln to create patterns in the glass. Due to the nature of the process, slight variations in the pattern of the glass are common.

Safety Glass

Meeting Australian Standard AS1288, toughened glass when broken will shatter into small pieces, greatly reducing the risk of injury. Toughened glass is stronger that standard glass and is required in circumstances such as behind a hotplate and in a bathroom. The toughening process may cause some slight bowing over the length of the glass panel, or in some cases scuffmarks may be caused by the furnaces. Additionally, toughening mirror may cause distortion. These are unavoidable consequences of the toughening process.

An alternative safety glass is laminated glass. Laminated glass is two panels of glass held together by an interlayer. When broken, the glass panel is held by the interlayer to avoid injury.

Glass Thicknesses

Glass is available in the following thickness:









Manufacturing/Processing Time

The process starts with our experienced team coming out to measure-up the job at your premises.  Once you have approved your quote, your job will be commenced by the team in the factory.

Our central Gold Coast time frame is 5-7 working days.

Please allow for 7-10 working days for Brisbane and Northern New South Wales. We will then be in contact to arrange installation.

Toughened Glass

In some situations Cutting Edge will be required to toughen a glass panel, this is usually required where the glass may be exposed to hot surfaces or if installed in an at-risk location.

Toughened glass is usually around 3-4 times stronger than ordinary glass and when broken won’t shard into dangerous pieces but will shatter into small pieces, greatly reducing the risk of injury.

Toughening of all glass is carried out by experts in this field and ensures where Grade-A safety glass is required the glass complies with Australian Safety Standards.

The toughening process may impart some slight bowing over the length of the glass panel, or in some cases scuffmarks may be caused by the furnaces. These are unavoidable consequences of the toughening process.

Textured Glass

Textured Glass, or Slumped Glass, is created by imparting textures and patterns into sheets of glass that result in amazing 3D design effects.

This type of glass is manufactured using high temperatures in a kiln where glass is softened to allow it to melt over and into moulds.

The end result leaves the glass textured on one side with the other side being smooth, glossy and undulating. Due to the hand made nature of the process slight variations in the background texture of the glass are common.


Soft cloths, sponges and squeegees are recommended to clean glass surfaces. Abrasive materials should be avoided as these can cause scratching of the surface.

Soapy water and glass cleaners free of ammonia are recommended as some cleaning products can cause damage to mirrors and splashbacks.
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