All About Mirror Glass

A mirror is a commonly used type of glass. From wall-hung mirrors and mirrored closet doors, there are many ways to utilize mirror glass to make your home feel bigger and more spacious. At Glass Doctor, we cut and service many different home mirror types.

Learn how we can help you update your space with our mirror glass services.

But first...

What Is Mirror Glass?

A mirror is an object that reflects light and preserves enough of the detail of the original object to accurately depict the subject for the viewer. According to the Merriam-Webster, a mirror can be defined as "a polished or smooth surface (as of glass) that forms images by reflection."

Early mirrors may have been as simple as still, reflecting pools, while modern-day mirrors are typically made of smooth glass (safety or standard) coated in silver, reflective paint or aluminum powder.

Types of Mirrors

Glass Doctor is proud to serve the mirror glass needs of consumers throughout the United States and Canada. Our technicians specialize in functional and decorative custom mirror design, mirror repair, mirror installation and mirror removal.

Navigate the links below to learn more about some of the home and custom mirrors we frequently cut and service:

Mirror Repair

Looking for mirror repair? Considering a new mirror glass project? Check out the links below to learn more about our mirror glass services:

Custom or Cut-to-size Mirrors & Mirror Installation

Just like standard flat glass, mirror glass can be cut to size and used for a variety of different projects. At Glass Doctor, we love to work with customers to determine how to use mirrors to customize your projects or space.

Navigate the links below to learn more about our custom glass capabilities:

Contact Glass Doctor for All Your Mirror Glass Needs

Need help with your next mirror glass project? Your local Glass Doctor is here to fix all of your home, auto, business and mirror glass panes.

Schedule an appointment online or contact the Glass Doctor location nearest you to get started on your next mirror glass project.