Are you wondering how you go about hanging a large heavy mirror on plasterboard? GeeFix is the solution!

This 20kg solid oak furniture land mirror was hung successfully using our plasterboard fixings. One of our happy customers sent us the photograph below:

Hanging Heavy Mirror on Plasterboard

We often get photographs of happy customers showing us their successful heavy mirror installations using GeeFix.

Below is a picture of a happy customer who used our GeeFix plasterboard fixings to attach a 20kg oak furniture land mirror to a plasterboard wall:

20kg oak furniture land mirror

 

Customer Fixing 25kg Mirror to Plasterboard

Another customer was wondering what is the best way to hang heavy mirror on plasterboard wall.  They found GeeFix plasterboard fixings were the perfect solution to hanging a heavy mirror on plasterboard.

As you can see from the images below he used a pink laser level to do the job perfectly!

Hanging a mirror on plasterboard is easy with GeeFix. 

 

heavy mirror installation
mirror above stairs on plasterboard wall

GeeFix

GeeFix was invented by Gary Williams who is a retired plumber with over 30 years’ experience in the trade. We are proud that not only was GeeFix designed and developed in the UK, but that it is also manufactured in Shropshire supporting local industry and British business.

It was developed with the aim of creating a fixing which would secure heavy items to plasterboard/drywall walls. The interiors of modern homes are constructed from studwork and plasterboard so that GeeFix is the ideal product for fixing those heavy objects to cavity walls. TVs, radiators, towel rails, shelving, cabinets, cupboards, mirrors and curtain rails. They are just some of the many items that can be securely fixed to plasterboard with our fixings.

These hollow wall fixings can also be used to refix an object to a plasterboard wall where a different type of fixing has failed. For example, where a radiator has come away from a wall, a GeeFix fixing can be installed in the same position as the failed fixing and so often reduce the amount of work necessary to repair plasterboard.

Can be adapted for use with smaller objects, such as bathroom accessories, where fixing holes are close together. In these instances, one fixing can be used to secure the item by using the length of the backplate in the cavity for additional fixing points.