Acrylic mirrors will go right underneath or in place of your existing ceiling tiles and you will have a clear reflective finish in seconds. You're done. No fuss, no muss. A beautiful ceiling.
|Boxes||Price||Price Per Tile|
|1 - 4||$110.00||$11.00|
|5 - 9||$100.00||$10.00|
|10 - 19||$90.00||$9.00|
|20 - Unlimited||$85.00||$8.50|
Mirror ceiling tiles are made from 1mm thick acrylic with a mirror finish. The tiles are lightweight and thin, but the rigid acrylic allows them to lay into grid without sagging over time. Traditional heavier panels can be laid behind the mirrored ceiling panels to weigh them down, but aren't necessary in most applications.
Reflection mirror ceiling tiles are easy to install and cut with a common utility knife (score and snap). The tiles give customers a high end reflective ceiling at a fraction of the cost of other manufacturers.
Our Reflection mirror ceiling tiles are most commonly used in retail stores for security purposes, but they are also perfect for anyone who wants the look of a mirrored ceiling - hotels, nightclubs, casinos, workout facilities, etc.
All orders are under 10 Boxes ship within 1-2 business days. Orders over that size could take up to 1-2 weeks. For any very large orders, please contact us to verify stock and availability.
Yes, the panels are cleanable. For general cleaning, acrylic mirrors should be washed with cold water. If there is a deeper stain, a small amount of mild detergent can be added to the water. Do not use any solvent based cleaners or window cleaning products. These cleaners can cause damage to the finish.
Yes the panels are very easy to cut with a utility knife or a good pair of scissors. If you aren't able to get a good cut the edge of the mirror might chip a little bit, but this part of the tile should be covered by the grid. Even if you don’t get a perfect cut, it should be hidden. The simplest method is to take a good utility knife and score the panel, then snap off the cut piece.
The panels are very lightweight and things like fans, door slamming and wind can cause a little movement or for them to rattle. Our 2'x2' panels should sit in the grid and lay flat without any sagging, but our 2'x4' panel will most likely have some sagging. We recommend using a backer with both sizes as a precaution. If you have existing tiles in good condition or want to buy simple, cheap tiles from a local hardware store, you can simply place them behind the mirrors to act as a backer. The backer tiles do not need to be glued. They should just sit behind the mirror ceiling tiles to weigh them down and help keep them flat.