We will continue to update this page as more queries come in that we think will be of interest to you.
Please send us an e-mail if your query is not listed below.
Although in theory you could use any type of glass as a splashback we would recommend against using mirrors, they are not heat resistant and could crack when used behind a hob or from the steam of a kettle.
The size is normally dictated by the access available, 2000mm X 3000mm would be possible but not common. The mirror is normally split into the least amount of sections, for great examples see our home page.
All our mirrors fitted in a bathroom, wet room area are backed in Metal Foil Backing as standard, this protects and prolongs the life of the mirror.
No problem, when we measure we take all the measurements and templates, a photo sent with your enquiry would be helpful for quoting.
We stock a wide range of heat pads that will de-mist the area of the head pad, they are fitted to the back of the mirror and connected by a qualified electrician.
Approximately 12, as our stock level changes due to ongoing projects, we can advise on stock levels when you enquire.
We have included a short video with the five most common used antique mirrors below.
Blue Silver, Bronze Silver, Grey Silver and Peach Silver.
You can have cut-outs for most things, single and double electrical sockets, cooker switches and pipe work if needed. Please see the photos below.
Yes, currently we can do up to a 45mm bevel.
Yes, we charge £20.00 plus VAT Per sample to cover postage and handling, when you place an order your sample fee is discounted from your invoice regardless of how many samples you have had, for example if you ordered two samples at £40.00 plus VAT your invoice will be credited by £40.00 plus VAT.
If you have a project that we are working on and you need any samples then they are free of charge and the above would not apply.