A to Z Glazing have completed numerous mirror installations over the years, both in the construction stage and in fully occupied buildings.

A to Z Glazing can work with Construction Companies and Architects to develop ornate and bespoke installations to compliment any design structure. We have successfully completed work in Gymnasiums, Hotels, Swimming Complexes, Schools and Homes.

A to Z Glazing also supply and fit various products to compliment mirror installations such as Edge Trims (in a range of finish's including 'Powder', coated to any RAL number). We also manufacture a range of solid coloured glass panels which can be fitted with the mirrors to provide a crisp clean and hygienic finish to any installation.

A to Z Glazing can supply mirrors to any design or template, including polishing or bevelling of edges, sandblasting, acid etching or screen printing.

Safety mirrors diagram

Bevels are normally dependant on the effect required but vary between 12mm and 30mm.

Standard mirrors are available in a range of signs and colours to meet your imagination.

A to Z Glazing can supply solid colour panels in any RAL colour specified and have a range of standard colours available for immediate installation including red, white, black, silver and orange. Panels can be made by using laminated or more commonly toughened safety glass to your requirements.

SAFETY MIRRORS

A to Z Glazing can provide mirrors to meet strict safety regulations, including safety backings, impact absorbing layers and fully bonded composite panels which can be glazed into a range of edge profiles, such as timber channelling, to your requirements, eg oak, ash, elm, beech and pine, or, using aluminium edge profiles.

Safety mirrors diagram

In 'safe' locations standard manufactured mirrors can be installed directly bonded to the building fabric. Additional foil backing can also be applied, which is recommended in areas where steam is produced or where the mirror edges can get wet. (Foil backing is not a safety product and cannot be used alone to meet relevant safety standards.

Accreditations

All information on this site is correct at the time of site construction. It is however your responsibility to ensure said information is correct as at the current date.