A backsplash installation is the process of adding a decorative and functional panel behind a kitchen sink, stove, or countertop to protect the wall from splashes, spills, and stains. Backsplashes can be made from a variety of materials including tile, glass, stone, metal, and even wallpaper. The installation process typically involves measuring the area, cutting the material to size, applying adhesive or mortar, and laying the tiles or panels in place. Grouting is then used to fill the joints and complete the installation. A backsplash installation can add style, color, and texture to a kitchen while also being easy to clean and maintain.