Shop for Custom Tempered Glass
Call Glass Doctor® at 855-603-1919 for all of your custom tempered glass needs. Our certified professionals create and install custom tempered glass for showers, tables, doors, and any other home project that requires safety glass. Schedule an in-home consultation with an expert today to discuss your custom tempered glass options.
What is Tempered Glass?
Tempering is a process of intense heat and rapid cooling that strengthens the glass. As a result, when tempered glass breaks, it doesn’t shatter into sharp, dangerous shards. Instead, it breaks into blunt dull cubes, making it a safer option for the outdoors or high traffic areas.
Check out our online gallery to get some ideas of possibilities for your tempered shower door. We’ll customize everything so that the cuts, drilling, and edging are done to specification. We’ll then have the glass tempered before we return to install it.
Glass Tables and Desks
We create custom glass tabletops each day. If you have tabletops that are located outside, supported on a base, or are in high-traffic areas, you should consider using tempered glass. We will cut the tabletop to fit your needs and take into consideration the functionality of the table and its surroundings.
When glass breaks, you may not need to replace the entire door or window. At Glass Doctor, we’ll determine if you need a simple repair or a pane replacement and then we’ll install the necessary replacements. We also respond to emergencies 24/7, so if your glass shatters, you can have peace of mind knowing that Glass Doctor experts are available to help.
What to Expect with Glass Doctor
When you work with Glass Doctor experts, you’ll receive an in-home consultation. During that time, we will provide an estimate and ensure that your glass is properly measured, configured with the proper supports. We’ll leave your home cleaner than it was when we found it.
Call Glass Doctor Today
When it comes to custom tempered glass, Glass Doctor is your best option. Call us at 855-603-1919 today to schedule your in-home consultation.
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