First choose your preferred form of measurement CM or Inches.
Then using the drop-down sizes, select the overall size of the mirror you require.
Choose the Type of mirror you would like.
Note: Aged and Tinted mirror, have size restrictions and the options are disable in very large sizes
Choose the Shape of mirror you would like.
Based on steps 1-3 an accurate depiction of your mirror is rendered to scale, providing a quick visual check of size, shape and mirror type.
Your chosen mirror can now be added to the basket for purchase, or a number of additional options are available.
Note: All options are NOT compatible with each other, some options will be removed or replaced dependent on choice. e.g. safety film and foil backing are not available together, as one is chosen the other is removed.
Clicking the icon will show a more comprehensive description and explanation of the individual options.
Extra Accessories and fittings may be added to the basket at any time by clicking the 'Add other accessories or fittings' button
Once you are happy with your choices simply click buy now, taking you to the basket and standard checkout proceedures.
Our calculator lets you enter the overall size of your chosen mirror.
Use our guides linked above to install your own mirror or choose our professional fitting service.
Sadly we only cover limited areas, for further details contact our sales team on 0333 800 8181 or email them direct at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively use a handyman service such as www.checkatrade.com
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Some people like a plain simple mirror and that's that.
For others, they want something just a little bit different.
For them, the delicate chamfered edge produced by bevelling is just the solution, creating extra sublte reflection to add that touch of individuality without taking away from the mirror itself.
A lot of people often get confussed between Safety backing and Foil backing.
In a nut shell, Safety backing will stop your mirror falling apart if smashed, but does NOT form a very good bond with adhesive.
Whereas Foil backing forms a great barrier to protect the silvering of the mirror, but it is NOT a safety film and would tear very easily if the mirror were to break.
Step up, Premium Safety Backing, our premium backing combines the best of both world, the strength of safety film with the ability to bond with adhesive. (Take a deep breath) A unique composite of copolymer film laminated to a bi-directional woven copolymer alloy. To you and me, very strong with an adhesive friendly finish.
You can buy this great product and specialist mirror adhesive together, for a quick safe installation of your new mirror.
Screwing a mirror to the wall has always been the go-to option when it comes to fitting a standard mirror, but since the introduction of specialist adhesives, it's now lost its place as the default fastening method.
However, Holes with screws still has one great advantage that Adhesive doesn't.
Those unfortunate enough to ever break a mirror that has been adhered to the wall will know exactly what I'm talking about. Removal and replacement can be a nightmare. This is where traditional holes and screws win out every time, simply unscrew and replace. Job done!
The other plus point, of course, is merely having the ability to move the mirror, during redecoration, refurbishment or even moving house, try doing that when it stuck to the wall.
In a Bathroom, Bedroom, landing or hallway, perhaps it’s a leaning mirror or just oversized?
You really don’t want to end up like this...
Mirrorworld highly recommends the application of our BS EN 12600 safety film. Once fitted should the mirror be broken, the potentially lethal shards remain safely held together, leaving you with peace of mind and a far less hazardous disposal.
Would you like to use you mirror in the bathroom, but just hate those times when you just can’t see anything because of the condensation?
Why not let Mirrorworld pre install a clearview heating pad to your new mirror. Clearview pads gently warm your mirror, avoiding irritating condensation.
Things ain't just what they used to be...Well, as far as foiling backing goes that is.
Going back a few decades, foil backing was introduced to the mirror industry to solve a couple of issues, one being moisture, the other chemicals. However, over time it's remained an option, often being requested when not strictly necessary.
The foil itself gives great barrier protect against unwanted moisture and chemicals, which in times gone by radically improved the life of the silvering. But with today's modern manufacturing methods and specially formulated adhesives, the need for such protection has decreased.
It's true that adding a foiled backing still offers great protection from both scourges and certainly true when the glass source is unknown or the fitting location and material are suspect.
Foil backing is still a great option for all modern mirrors but MUST NOT be used as a safety backing, which you will find described fully in our other information pages and is a totally separate concept. Foil back and safety backing must NOT not be confused as one in the same product.
Why use 6mm when 4mm is cheaper? A lot of people will ask the same question.
It's true, well almost. Our 4mm and 6mm mirror are both Pilkinton Ultima Glass, one of the best mirror glasses on the market today, and both have superb brilliance and clarity.
So what's the difference I hear you ask. Weight and Rigidity is the answer, 4mm comes in at 10kg per m2 whereas 6mm tops the scales at 15kg per m2, making 4mm more attractive for wardrobe doors for example, where weight is at a premium.
The rigidity aspect should be considered when your mirror will be over 1.2m long in any dimension, we use 1.2m as a yardstick but in our opinion, anything over this can give very very small distortions in the reflect, that some may not even notice, unlike the 6mm it being 50% thicker and therefore more rigid, is more able to maintain its flatness over large spans.
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