You may think you’ve got competitive prices, but how do your mirror prices
stack up? To find out just that, USGlass called glass shops in Atlanta,
Chicago and Sacramento, Calif., for the price of a 42-by-32 bathroom mirror,
comparing the cost of both polished and beveled edges (where the beveled
option was available). Costs for that polished edge stayed fairly competitive,
with much more range when it came to the finished touch of a ½-inch
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