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From what I can see in a picture of the item, there does not appear to be anything special about the glass. unless it has an Ikea emplem on it or special etching or something, any normal window glass replacement company like Speedy Glass or such should be able to cut and install replacement glass - probably about $100-300 depending on whether a pane or entire door-sized panel of glass, depending on which style you have.
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Just about every sliding door I have installed is put in in sections. If it is a brand name you may be able to purchase a replacement panel from a lumber yard or call a glass company to replace just the glass. I have seen some windows and doors that have a "welded" plastic frame that is next to impossible to replace just the glass. I hate to give estimated costs on labor or material since they very by manufacturer and regional prices but I would think you are in the $250-350 range in labor plus cost of glass or panel. 
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Could be held on with concealed mirror fasteners (usually a clip or notched "button" design, with very litle showing outside the mirror, or none showing if has trim around it, or with large dabs or swipes of mirror adhesive or liquid nails. The former leaves minimal damage when removed - no more than a heavy duty picture hanger, the latter leaves divots in drywall, as you surmised, and holes in the drywall if a piece of plywood is not used as a prypoint when prying it off.

 

If you want to try to save the mirrors, then a glass and mirror installer is needed - they can remove them from the hangers, or cut the adhesive with wire saw - though that will add probably 2-3 hours labor per room. Then you would need a painter who also does minor drywall repairs.

 

If not saving the mirrors, then I suspect you could get a Handyman to pop them off, repair the divots, and repaint. Otherwise, a Painter would probably be glad to do it and repair the damage and repaint - just be prepared for a hefty charge for duct tape - like $100-200, because that is the best way to do this - duct tape the surface completely, pry the mirrors off (commonly breaking them), then cut through the tape to make pieces of glass manageable and of a size to fit in garbage can or box for hauling out. Be sure to emphasize PLYWOOD protection for floors, overlain by canvas or plastic, when removing the mirrors - drop a good sized piece and you have significant flooring damage.

 

Here is a prior response for a similar situation, including the same suggestions about removal, but also a bunch of ideas of how to leave the mirrors and cover or integrate them - which can be a LOT cheaper than paying a two-man crew for a day to remove mirrors, depending on solution you choose.

 

 http://answers.angieslist.com/Need-rid-wall-mirrors--q67621.aspx

 

this is probably a quarter to full days job to remove depending on how fastened and if saving or not, so about $200-800 range. Drywall repair and painting probably about another $150-250 range, so ballpark numbers - pushing $300-400 if mirrors come off easy (bracketed) or can be scrapped, more like a thousand $ if saving mirrors.

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Hello, this is Kyle K from the Member Care Department.

I apologize for my delay. It sounds like you'll need the services of a contracting company.  After you've signed in to www.angieslist.com, try searching "Remodeling - General" using the "Search the List" tab in the main green navigation bar.
 
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Your Search the List category is Glass and Mirrors - the Speedy Glass type company that does home and auto glass replacement.

 

If the glass is held in with window putty (a doughy tan or white putty) or by a wood trim piece all around it pinching it in place, then you can probably fix it yourself for about $15 piece of glass at a glass replacement place or somehome improvement/lumberyards.

 

If the glass is multiple-pane, or encased in a metal frame, then not easy to do yourself, though in some situations with single-pane you could remove the glass mounting frame entirely, use larger glass, and install with window putty. Double or triple pane you need then to fabricate a new "glazing unit" for you - the glass layers all enclosed in the metal encasing unit.If you are going to pay for that, might as well have them put it in too.

Glass Block Installers in Portland

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Advanced Glass Technologies

639 Shenandoah Dr
Molalla

ALL PHASE REMODELING INC

23707 SW MOUNTAIN CK RD
Sherwood

All Seasons Remodeling llC

4380 SE Whiteson Rd.
Mcminnville

ANDERSON DOOR & WINDOW MECHANICS INC

9310 SW CAPITOL HWY
Portland

Artistic Stone Design Inc

PO Box 801
Clackamas

Bath Repair & Remodeling Co

402 Beavercreek Rd
Oregon City

Ceramic & Stone Solutions

12430 SE 26th Ave
Portland

Columbia River Tile & Stone Inc

8171 SE Cypress Ave
Portland

CYRUS CONSTRUCTION INCORPERATED

443 NE NORTON LN
Mcminnville

D & D Home Interiors

3315 NE 112th Ave Space #31

DeWolf Tile & Stone LLC

2056 NE Aloclek Dr
Hillsboro

Element Homes LLC

PO Box 61
Forest Grove

Flipside Renovations LLC

31150 SW Wallowa Ct.
Wilsonville

Floor Coverings International

4510 NE 68th Drive Suite

Freeman Tile, Inc.

2920 SW Spring Garden St
Portland

GruntWorks by HouseHappy

380 NW 13th Ave.
Portland

Halgren Construction

23629 SW Ladd Hill Rd
Sherwood

Hawthorne Tile

PO BOX 42426
Portland

His Builders LLC

PO Box 967
Boring

Inline Custom Glass

4615 NE 102nd Ave
Portland

Interstate Flooring Co

4075 N Interstate Ave
Portland

J Blake Construction & Remodel

1702 SE Oak Shore Ln

Joe Adrian Repair & Remodeling

4216 N Gantenbein Ave
Portland

KJL Tile & Masonry

5702 SW Seymour St.
Portland

Marc's Masonry

16100 SW Century Dr
Sherwood

MAUGHAN DESIGN INC

1910 NW LOVEJOY
Portland

Maximum Construction

18410 S Green View Dr
Oregon City

Meister Masonry

15337 S Hattan Rd
Oregon City

METKE REMODELING & WOODWORKING

17428 SW BOONES FERRY RD
Lake Oswego

NORTHWEST KITCHEN & BATH

10260 SW Nimbus Ave
Portland

NW Renovations

PO Box 186
Sherwood

Oregon Home Check

10940 SW BARNES RD
Portland

Pacific Rim Glass Block Panels

12518 NE Airport Way
Portland

Paragon Tile & Stone Inc

7102 SW Varns rd.
Portland

PHIL CHEK & ASSOC

148 B AVE
Lake Oswego

Portland Design Flooring LLC

4409 S.E.24th
Portland

Portland Glass Company

P.O. Box 758
Lake Oswego

Radatti Tile and Stone

2517 ne Sumner St
Portland

Remodelex

PO BOX 822795

Shamburg Heating LLC

PO Box 829
Tualatin

Sprenger Masonry LLC

16081 SE Van Zyl Dr
Damascus

Steve Zielinski, General Contractor

1414 SE 40th Ave
Portland

Stone Age Construction, Inc.

751 NE Village Squire Ave
Gresham

SUN DOG CONSTRUCTION

Mt. Tabor. SE Portland.
Portland

Sunrise Window Svc

18740 Se Cheldelin Rd
Damascus

Tile by Jake

PO Box 331
Corbett

Total Seal

318 SE Main St., Suite 200
Portland

Trillium Tile

20069 SW Southview St
Beaverton

Venture Construction and Remodeling LLC

6635 SW Hyland Way
Beaverton

Wright Choice Flooring LLC

5940 SE Monroe St.
Portland

WRTM, Inc.

PO Box 715
Beavercreek

Zawacki Construction

37411 NE 24th St

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