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Glass Byron Bay & Tweed Heads

 

Affordable & Customisable

 
Strategically placed windows and doors can easily transform and brighten up any living space. When it comes to premium glass and mirrors, Cape Byron Glass is your trusted source.

Our glass products include the following:

  • Tempered glass
  • Laminated glass
  • Acoustic glass
  • Safety glass
  • Toughened double glass

Give us a call for a free quote today!
 
 
 
 
 

High Quality Mirrors

 
We can cut a range of safety mirrors and glass to suit your frames and tables. Professional and reliable, our Byron Bay-based glaziers use state-of-the-art glass cutting equipment to deliver precise and efficient results.

Cape Byron Glass is an authorised Crimsafe Licensee. We also work with bevelled edge mirrors and glass. We provide expert advice especially when it comes to choosing the right kind of glass for your property. Whether you already have a specific glass type in mind, or you simply need expert advice, our glaziers can assist.

For affordable and customisable polished mirrors and glass, contact our team at Cape Byron Glass today. We service the entire Northern Rivers, including Tweed Heads and Gold Coast.
 
 
 
Mirror in classic modern bathroom - Mirrors Byron Bay
 
 
 
 
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

 
 

What is a bevelled glass mirror?

 
A bevelled glass mirror is glass that has a narrow border of around 30mm around its outer edge.

This edge has a slightly chiseled design that looks nice especially once it is framed. Plain mirrors usually have normal polished edges compared to bevelled mirrors.
 
 
 

What is the difference between laminated and toughened safety glass?

 
Laminated and toughened glass are both grade A safety glass.

Laminated glass can be processed and cut on the same day. This is usually used for shopfronts and sliding doors.

On the other hand, toughened glass must be cut according to size and cannot be altered once it undergoes the toughening process.
 
 
 

Where should I install safety glass in my home?

 
Safety glass are usually installed in bathrooms, sidelights, doors, pool sides and as balustrades for indoor and outdoor staircases.