A quality mirror is a functional part of any bathroom. Homeowners who have a broken mirror or wish to upgrade to a different style must have their existing one removed first. There are many different sizes of mirrors available, so it’s easy for homeowners to find the one that works well for them.
|What you can expect|
|Range per mirror:||$24.75||$53.74|
|Range for this type of project:||$25||$54|
Bathroom Mirror Labor, Basic
Labor cost, under typical conditions, for complete project. Mirror will be detached from adjacent surfaces and components, broken into portable segments, and removed from premises. Fee is inclusive of all aspects of the project, such as thorough planning, acquisition of equipment and material, preparation and protection of project site, and meticulous cleanup.
Bathroom Mirror Debris Disposal
Responsible disposal of all project debris, including the cost to load and haul old materials, installation waste, and any other refuse.
|cost to remove a bathroom mirror|
|National Avg. Materials Cost per mirror||$3.79|
|National Avg. Cost (labor and materials) for 1 mirror||$38.62|
|National Cost Range (labor and materials) for 1 mirror||$24.35 - $52.88|
The first step in removing a bathroom mirror is to determine how it’s secured to the wall. It can be lifted directly off of its anchors or any kind of fasteners it’s attached to. From there, the fasteners will need to be removed from the wall. After taking down the mirror, debris from the job must be cleaned up. The final step is to install a new mirror if the homeowner wants a replacement.
There are a few variables that can affect the cost of bathroom mirror removal. The size and weight of the mirror is a major consideration. Whether or not the mirror is broken may also factor in because that may require the removal of glass shards. If a new mirror is being put up to replace the old one, this may add to the cost.
Although removing a bathroom mirror seems like a simple task, it can be more complicated than homeowners may realize. It’s important to have a professional contractor handle the disposal because working with broken glass can be hazardous. In addition, a contractor will have the tools required to take out all the fasteners without damaging the wall. In the long run, hiring a pro to remove a bathroom mirror can save time and prevent further expenses caused by damage from improper removal.