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Real Glass Mirrored Switchplates

Real Glass Switch plates in High-Gloss Mirrored Glass. Available in 32 configurations. All our glass switch plate covers are referred to as a mid-sized part. They are a bit larger than the standard size switch receptacle cover, but not oversized. All Mirrored Glass switchplates include screws. For switchplate sizing, please see below.
 
See our installation YouTube video below, and make sure the sound is on, so check it out.
 
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See the sizes of these switch plates at the bottom of this page, so pull the page down.
  • $9.88
Market price: $12.00, you save $2.12
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  • Price Buy
    A. Single Switch (SS) $9.88  
    B. Outlet Cover (OC) 2 oval shaped holes $9.88  
    C. Double Switch (DS) $13.88  
    D. Combo Switch (CS) $14.88  
    E. Triple Switch (TS) $17.88  
    F. Groundfault/Rocker (GF) $13.88  
    G. Double Switch/Outlet Cover (DSOC) $17.88  
    H. Groundfault/Single Switch (GFSS) $18.88  
    I. Double Outlet Cover (QOC) 4 oval shaped holes $17.88  
    J. Triple Groundfault/Rocker (TGF) $29.88  
    K. Double Groundfault/Rocker (DGF) $18.88  
    L. Quad Switch (QS) $39.88  
    M. Groundfault/Double Toggle (GFDT) $18.88  
    N. Quad Groundfault/Rocker (QGF) $44.88  
    O. Outlet Cover/Triple Switch (OCTS) $39.88  
    P. Groundfault/Triple Switch (GFTS) $39.88  
    Q. Groundfault/Double Switch (GFDS) $29.88  
    R. Double Groundfault/Single Switch (DFG/SS) $30.88  
    S. Double Outlet/Single Switch (DOC/SS) $30.88  
    T. Five Switch (5S) $79.88  
    U. Six Switch (6S) $89.88  
    V. Five Groundfault/Rocker (5GF/R) $94.88  
    W. Six Groundfault/Rocker (6GF/R) $104.88  
    X. Triple Outlet Cover (TOC) 6 oval shaped holes $29.88  
    Y. Single Blank $9.88  
    AA. Cable TV, Satellite or round dimmer $11.88  
    BB. Modular Telephone with jack $24.88  
    DD. Single Gang Triple Despard $19.88  
    Single size gasket (may be needed) appox.3 1/2" wide by 5 1/4" high $4.00  
    Double size gasket (May be needed) approx.5 1/4" wide by 5 1/4" high $5.00  
    Triple size gasket (May be needed) approx. 7 1/4" wide by 5 1/4" high $6.00  
    Quad size gasket (May be needed) approx. 9" wide by 5 1/4" high $7.00  
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New Switchgard Gasket
 
With glass being flat on the backsides, unlike a standard plastic or metal switch plate cover, the receptacle device's screws may not allow the plate to fit as far back as possible to the wall, or the tile or mirror.  So we have a new invention to help with the installation which helps to prevent the glass from breaking, and also go back to the wall so there is not space.
 
 
 
The telephone jack for all the glass and acrylic switch plates is always a 3/8th inch hole in the glass.  Then the telephone plug in an almond color that is supplied has two peel and strip pieces of sticky paper on one side of the new telephone plug, which you peel and stick on the BACKSIDE of the glass, and you have to line it up so the telephone jack cord can go through that hole on the front of the glass to plug into the new telephone jack positioned on the backside of the glass, acrylic, or the Screwgard paintable gasket.   This new almond color jack is to replace whatever you have on the wall, and it is color-matched to attach the same color wires (Red-Green-Black-White, etc.) coming out of the wall to the new telephone jack on the backside of the glass switch plates.  Now, this mounting of the new telephone jack on the backside of the glass should be done AFTER the glass plate has been painted on the backsides to the color of your choosing.
If you would like to use the clear beveled glass with NO PAINTING on the backsides, you will need to have your tile installers put the tile up to the receptacles, and not just end at the box in the wall or you will see the wires in the wall.   If you are using a standard duplex receptacle with two rounded-shaped holes, we would advise you to replace them with a Decora-style duplex with a large rectangular shape, as this will be easy to put the tiles to the receptacles. 
See below:

Glass Mirrored/Frosted Glass and Clear Glass sizing:

All glass products at 3/16th thick, and 5/16 on the bevel

 
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
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 switch plates are flat on the backsides, our gaskets peel and stick to the outer edges of the backsides, 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 gaskets at 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 instructions by scrolling down this page for more information.

Glass switch plate gaskets

How to install a glass switchplates without breaking it

So you need to replace the mirrored glass switchplates on the glass mirror in your bathroom or mirrored wall in your home? Well, it should be an easy accomplishment, but it’s a bit more difficult than you would imagine to “do it right”.
There are a few things to think about, and the first is that glass mirrored switch plates are flat on the backside, and not like standard wall plates, which are not. If you think you just need to get out the screwdriver, and away you go, don’t hold your breath, as it’s not that easy.
There are two ways to attach this to your receptacles and you will see diagrams of both ways to do this, so choose which one is the best for your situation. In the first figure, we are going to use a duplex receptacle. Some have two screws and some only have one screw, but all the switches and receptacles work with the same method.  Please follow these directions and your glass switchplates installation will be a breeze.
Glass switch plate installations instructions
glass switchplates when using plastic shims
  1. Let’s start by turning off the electricity to that switch or outlet, and removing the existing plate from the wall, and unscrew the electrical receptacle with the mounting screws. Then carefully pull the receptacle out of the box to give yourself some room to make the following adjustments below in section 2 to section 7, but make sure the power is off to that receptacle before you start pulling it out of the box.
  2. Check to make sure that the facing surface of the conduit box fixture in the wall is flush with the wall, and secure that glass plate to the fixture.
  3. If the box in the wall is recessed, you must install the screw spacer (Steps 4-7). Otherwise by tightening the screws, you will pull the glass plate into the box in the wall, and this will cause it to crack or break.
  4. Measure the recessed distance from the front wall surface to the conduit box flange.
  5. Cut the plastic screw spacer at the measured length and install it on the top and bottom mounting screws behind the flanges of the electrical fixture. (See the illustration above).
  6. Now with the spacers attached, then place the electrical fixture back in the conduit box in the wall and affix it to the conduit box. You might want to put a piece of electrical tape over the heads of the conduit box mounting screws, as they could be resting on the backside of the glass switch plate, and might take the reflective paint off the back if they are touching too hard.
  7. Hold the glass plate up to the electrical fixture and check to make sure the fixture is fitting flush against to back of the glass switchplate. If it is not, the glass switchplate may bend in and break when you tighten it to the electrical fixture.
  8. Remember that the glass switchplate is flat on the backside unlike a normal switch plate which has a concaved back, and the receptacle may no come all the way out to the front of the glass switchplate, and this is normal, as the glass in beveled for easy access to the plug or switch.
  9. If the glass switch plate does not bump up against the wall because your box in the wall may be out too far, you may need an inexpensive acrylic spacer plate that takes up the distance between the wall and the back of the glass switch plate.
  10. This may all sound complicated, but it’s really not, so take your time and your glass switchplates will look great for years to come.
  11. You may also want to choose any of the  mirrored accessories for your project for that special touch.
 
 
  • Step 1: NEW FEATURE! Choose all the quantities of the configurations in one step, then click the Add to Cart button, it's as easy as 1-2-3!
    A. Single Switch (SS), B. Outlet Cover (OC) 2 oval shaped holes, C. Double Switch (DS), D. Combo Switch (CS), E. Triple Switch (TS), F. Groundfault/Rocker (GF), G. Double Switch/Outlet Cover (DSOC), H. Groundfault/Single Switch (GFSS), I. Double Outlet Cover (QOC) 4 oval shaped holes, J. Triple Groundfault/Rocker (TGF), K. Double Groundfault/Rocker (DGF), L. Quad Switch (QS), M. Groundfault/Double Toggle (GFDT), N. Quad Groundfault/Rocker (QGF), O. Outlet Cover/Triple Switch (OCTS), P. Groundfault/Triple Switch (GFTS), Q. Groundfault/Double Switch (GFDS), R. Double Groundfault/Single Switch (DFG/SS), S. Double Outlet/Single Switch (DOC/SS), T. Five Switch (5S), U. Six Switch (6S), V. Five Groundfault/Rocker (5GF/R), W. Six Groundfault/Rocker (6GF/R), X. Triple Outlet Cover (TOC) 6 oval shaped holes, Y. Single Blank, AA. Cable TV, Satellite or round dimmer, BB. Modular Telephone with jack, DD. Single Gang Triple Despard, Single size gasket (may be needed) appox.3 1/2" wide by 5 1/4" high, Double size gasket (May be needed) approx.5 1/4" wide by 5 1/4" high, Triple size gasket (May be needed) approx. 7 1/4" wide by 5 1/4" high, Quad size gasket (May be needed) approx. 9" wide by 5 1/4" high
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