Gym Mirrors; Purchasing, Cost, and Installation

Gym Mirrors Blog Post

Gym mirrors are an important part of any home gym or commercial gym business. They help you check your form, see how you look when you are working out, and a way to monitor your progress. Gym mirrors come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and it can be confusing to know what to look for when purchasing them. In this blog post, we will discuss the different types of gym mirrors available, as well as the cost and installation process.

Full-Length Commercial Gym Mirror
Full-Length Commercial Gym Mirror

Types of Gym Mirrors

There are three main types of gym mirrors: full-length, half-length, and quarter-length. 

Full-Length Gym Mirrors

Full-length mirrors are the most common type of mirror found in gyms. They allow you to see your entire body while working out and can be hung on a wall or placed on the floor.

Half-Length Gym Mirrors

Half-length mirrors are typically placed on a wall and only show your upper body.

Quarter-Length Home Gym Mirror
Quarter-Length Home Gym Mirror

Quarter-Length Gym Mirrors

Quarter-length mirrors are the least common type of gym mirror and are typically only used by professional athletes or trainers. They can be hung on a wall or placed on the floor, but usually only show a small portion of your body.

When choosing a gym mirror, it is critical that your gym mirror is made from tempered glass.

Tempered glass is a type of safety glass that is often used in applications where regular glass could pose a danger. It is created by heat-treating the glass to increase its strength. Tempered glass is up to four times stronger than regular annealed glass and does not break into large, dangerous shards when it fails because the cracks are contained within the structure of the glass.

Full-Length Home Gym Mirror
Full-Length Home Gym Mirror

Cost of Gym Mirrors

The cost of the gym mirrors themselves can vary depending on the size, type, and brand.

Full-length mirrors usually start at around $100 and can go up to $500 or more.

Half-length mirrors typically cost between $50 and $200.

Quarter-length mirrors are the most expensive, with prices starting at $200 and going up to $1000 or more.

Where To Buy A Gym Mirror For Your Home Workout Room

There are a few places you can purchase gym mirrors for your home gym. The first is online through a retailer such as Amazon or eBay. The second is through a local Gym Equipment Store. And the third option is through a local glass company that specializes in custom mirror installation.

When purchasing gym mirrors, it is important to make sure you are getting a high-quality product that is backed by a warranty. Gym mirrors are an important part of any gym and should be installed properly to ensure your safety.

Commercial Gym Mirror Installation
Commercial Gym Mirror Installation

Gym Mirror Installation

Gym mirror installation is a process that is best done done by a professional contractor. They will be able to properly secure the mirrors to the wall or floor and make sure they are level.

Jumping, weights dropping, and other gym activities cause vibrations which could rattle a gym mirror causing it to fail putting you at risk for liability, injury, and damages.

Supreme Showers knows what it takes to properly install your mirrors in your home or business in the Chicagoland area. If you would like to get a free estimate and schedule a time for your gym mirror installation, contact us.

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