Custom Glass Solutions
Glass Doctor® of Amarillo knows how important properly sealed windows are to your Texas home. Not only do quality windows aid a home's curb appeal and let light inside, they also directly influence a home's energy bills. The Glass Doctor of Amarillo team of experts is standing by, prepared to customize a variety of glass projects for your home, including:
- Interior or exterior doors
- Glass shower doors
- Glass tabletops
What one person needs from their glass top table is going to differ from what another person requires, we understand an off-the-shelf piece won't work for everyone. Glass Doctor in Amarillo specialists have the skills and tools needed to create any size or shape of glass tabletop you desire. We add gorgeous finished edges to add a unique touch to every table. In addition to glass tables, we can also outfit your home with stunning glass shelves.
Our primary goal is your happiness. This starts with an in home consultation where we discuss your proposed project. Topics of discussion will include:
- Scope of the project
- What you final vision is
- The color or tint of the glass used
- Safety concerns
- Glass thickness
At Glass Doctor of Amarillo, our first priority when it comes to glass decor is safety. In order to keep small children and pets safe, we urge you to use tempered or laminated glass for the interior projects. These types of glass have been designed in such a way that they're very resistant to breaking, and if they do break, they come apart in large chunks with rounded edges rather than shards.
Hanging mirrors on your wall beautify a space and rebound light into the room. Our specialists will advise you where your home will benefit the most from a custom-created mirror. Choose a team who puts you first. Fill out an online form or call our team to schedule a glass home decor review with a Glass Doctor of Amarillo specialist today!
Patio and French Doors
We do more than just repair windows, we address doorway glass, too. We have Glass Doctor of Amarillo experts who are trained and ready to replace or install door glass. Ask our specialist how your entryways can be updated and renovated, we'll help you choose the style of door that best suits your Amarillo home. Once you have picked a style, we'll take care of all the work. In addition to setting you up with new French, sliding or patio doors, we can also install matching windows on either side of any doors.
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
We have started to urge our customers to choose low-emissivity (Low-E) panes for their windows and doors. This type of glass reduces the amount of UV rays that enter your home and cause your carpet and furniture to fade. Amarillo homeowners who opt to install Low-E windows will notice a reduction in UV rays streaming through the glass, lowering harsh lighting by 10 percent and saving interior fabrics from premature aging.
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.