Why Glass Switch Plates need some special attention to install them correctly
on your tile backsplash.
Coming by the last week of May 2019 for delivery
These are our new Switchgard Paintable Gaskets
and Glass Switch Plates are NOT INCLUDED. TO ORDER GLASS SWITCH PLATES CLICK HERE
Clear/Painted Goes behind the Glass
TO ORDER Screwgard Paintable Gaskets, CLICK HERE and
delivery by the last week of May 2019.
Coming Soon in July 2019
See our new Color Template Collection to eliminate painting
Must see videos for you to see on how to install the electrical receptacles for all switch plates on your glass backsplash:
Also this one is interesting:
Please read this for some additional information before you place your order, it's important!
You might need a gasket with your glass switch plates. If the plug or switch in the wall is sticking out too far, the glass switch plate may not fit snug against the wall. Since all glass switchplates are flat on the backsides, our gaskets peel and stick to the outer edges of the back sides, and let the plug or switch extend into the plate and let the glass plate fit snug against the wall for the best desired appearance.
The standard gasket is about 1/8th inch clear acrylic, and almost disappear when installed correctly and allow the glass switch plate to fit tight against the wall. In some cases, you may need two gaskets. They are available in 4 sizes for the 1-2-3-4 gang switch plates. Please review the installation instuctions by scrolling down this page for more information.
How to match a complimentary custom color paint for your clear glass switch plates to match your backsplash and use a custom spraypaint:
NEW SCREWGARD INVENTION is now available FOR CLEAR AND MIRRORED GLASS in many configurations for an EASY INSTALLATION
How to install using the new Screwgard.
1. Place the Screwgard gasket in back of the glass switch plate (if you are installing a clear plate, paint
the flat side of the Screwgard the desired color first).
2. Now, just screw the glass switch plate and the Screwgard to the receptacle in the wall. It’s that easy!
So, if you are having problems with installation, we will have all the configurations available
very soon. You can call 800-260-1181
Glass Mirrored/Frosted Glass/Jeweled Tone, and Clear Glass Sizes
|One gang switchplates
(Singles-A, Single Outlets-B, Single Groundfaults-F, Single Blanks, etc.)
| 3 1/2" wide by 5 1/4" high
|Two gang switchplates
(Doubles-C, Combo's-D, Double Groundfaults-K, Double blanks, etc.)
| 5 1/4" wide by 5 1/4" high
|Three gang switchplates
(Triples-E, Triple Groundfaults-J, Groundfault/Double Switch-Q, etc.)
| 7 1/4" wide by 5 1/4" high
|Four gang switchplates
(Quad Switches-L, Outlet Cover/Triple Switch-O, etc.)
| 9" wide by 5 1/4" high
|Five gang switchplates
(5-Switch-5S, 5-Groundfault/Rocker-5 GF/R)
| 11" wide by 5 1/4" high
|Six gang switchplates
(6-Switch-6S, 6-Groundfault/Rocker-6 GF/R)
| 12 5/8" wide by 5 1/4" high
- Here are some directions for painting the back sides of these beautifully constructed beveled clear glass switch plates to match your decor.
All switchplates include screws. For switchplate measurments, please click here.
Real Beveled Glass Switchplates in High-Gloss Glass. Available in 15 configurations. If you need CAT5, Cable TV, Tel, or any other low voltage device, we use our low voltage housings that fit into our letter F style switchplate opening and you can see them at this page on our website click here.
All our glass switch plates are referred to as a mid-sized part. They are a bit larger than the standard size, but not over-sized. All Beveled Glass switchplates include screws. For switchplate sizing, please click here.
Beveled Clear Paintable Glass Light Switchplates. It's a great alternative when you are having trouble matching existing paint or wallpaper colors. Or make a custom glass switchplate for your glass backsplash in your kitchen or bath. By painting the back side of the glass, you get the translucent appearance of glass tiles. You can choose your own color to mix or match with this do-it-yourself process .
We suggest using an oiled based paint. To see our directions for painting these switchplates yourself, see our " View Detailed Images" link, above on this page. And, it's easy.