We specialize in the design and installation of bathroom, wall, vanity and custom mirrors
At GlassMan Inc., our glaziers have years of experience in measuring, cutting, removing, and hanging large and small mirrors. Our product lines feature a unique selection of high quality custom mirrored walls, bathroom mirrors, bypass and bi-fold wardrobe doors or a wall mirror for your foyer, living room or bathroom.
Samples of our work are shown below. For more details about mirrors and what we offer, click here to review mirror specific FAQs below.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a difference in thickness for decorative mirrors and bathroom mirrors?
Yes, there are two standard mirror thicknesses:
- 1/8 used with picture frames for decorative mirrors
- 3/16 which is used for your standard bathroom and wall mirrors
What shapes are you able to cut for mirrors?
Mirror shapes include:
- Common square and rectangle
- Custom oval and circle shapes
What options are there for finished edge styles on mirrors?
Besides the thickness, size, and shape of your vanity or bathroom mirror we provide a variety of finished edge styles including:
- Flat Polished or Ground
- Pencil polished or ground
What can you do about lighting or electrical fixtures that are in the way?
We can cut holes to allow the mirror to fit around lighting and electrical fixtures.
Installation options include:
- J-mold and mastic which glue to the wall
I want a mirror in a frame, will you build the frame for me?
No, but we will install the mirror in a frame you supply, or in the frame you build on your wall.
I ordered a custom mirror from the GlassMan. The ladies behind the counter were friendly and helpful. They quickly determined the best shape for the mirror and did a great job explaining how beveled corners are made. My installer showed up right on schedule and got the old mirror taken down and stowed in my garage (too heavy for me) and the new one installed just right. The new mirror looks great. I could not have wished for a better results. Thank you GlassMan!
— K. Allen