Custom Glass Solutions
Glass Doctor® provides customers with classic and customizable home glass decor. Our glass experts are certified to assist you with the customization of tabletops, patio and French doors, shelves and mirrors. We can also help you protect your furniture and home decor from harmful UV rays with the installation of low-emissivity (Low-E) glass. Trust Glass Doctor in your home. We take pride in our performance.
Our specialists can measure and create custom glass tabletops for new and existing furniture. Glass tabletops can be custom cut in a variety of shapes and sizes and completed with numerous finished edges.
Experienced team members will come to your home and give you a professional consultation on edgework detail, glass tint, thickness and safety issues related to heavy glass tabletops.
To protect furniture from harmful UV rays, glass tabletops can be made from tinted or coated glass similar to window glass. To protect children in case of breakage, tempered or laminated glass can be used as well.
Custom mirrors add decorative flair, enhance lighting and add the illusion of space. Our experts will help you choose the custom mirror solution to benefit your space.
Patio and French Doors
Our glass experts can restore and replace broken door glass with upgraded doorlites, renovate entryways and install matching side windows on either side of your front entry door.
Glass Doctor offers several glass inserts including:
- Double-pane windows with sliding blinds
- Decorative glass with matching side window panes
- All-weather glass that meets or exceeds regulations
- Energy-efficient glass
- Hurricane-rated laminated glass
Through a partnership with numerous vendors, our team can receive in-stock door glass products faster and in a variety of designs.
Low-E Glass Windows
Low-emissivity (Low-E) windows are like sunglasses for your house-the panes reduce glare and filter out bad UV rays. Low-E glass is a type of reflective glass that is growing in popularity, especially in residential and office buildings. Low-E coats are thin metallic coatings that reduce visible light transmission by about 10 percent. This specialized glass is applied using either the vacuum (sputter) or pyrolytic process.
Because panes resist ultraviolet light, Low-E glass prevents damage from sunlight. This protects carpet, draperies, sofas and other home furnishings from fading and aging prematurely. Most importantly, Low-E windows help control the climate in your home, which reduces energy costs. This glass allows sunlight into a room without letting heat inside. Low-E glass’ ability to reflect the sun’s glare and heat increases your home’s comfort and value.
If you’re ready to replace your windows with new Low-E glass windows, consult your local Glass Doctor to find the best solution for your home.