Custom Glass Solutions
Classic, custom home glass finishes make a visual statement in any interior space, and Glass Doctor® of Murrieta specializes in fitting West Coast homes with a wide variety of beautiful pieces. We’re also install at low-emissivity (Low-E) glass panes, which protects your decor from damaging UV rays. We take pride in our custom glass solutions and stand by our installation performance.
Glass Doctor of Murrieta specializes in customizing new tables and enhancing older pieces that need an upgrade. A specialist will carefully measure your furniture and create a glass tabletop according to your specifications to ensure a perfect fit.
We work with a variety of shapes, sizes and edge finishes to transform your table into a work of art. One of our experienced team members will provide an on-site consultation to discuss glass home decor details, tint, weight and safety issues. For antique and other sensitive furniture, we offer glass overlays to protect the pieces.
Mirrors augment home decor in a variety of ways, adding decorative detail, brightening a room and adding the visual illusion of space. Glass Doctor of Murrieta specialists will help you choose an option that will enhance any room in your home.
Glass door inserts allow natural light to enter and brighten your home. Whether you’d like to replace broken panes or restore existing glass, Glass Doctor of Murrieta is there to assist you with these improvements. Our team members also specialize in renovating entryways and installing side flanking windows to showcase your front entry door.
We offer several types of glass inserts for doors, including:
- Double-pane windows
- Decorative glass doors with side window panes
- All-weather and energy-efficient glass
- Hurricane-rated glass panes
Glass Doctor of Murrieta maintains partnership with numerous vendors, enabling us to obtain in-stock door glass products faster in a wide selection of designs.
Low-E Glass Windows
Low-E glass windows provide protection from the sun’s harmful effects, reducing glare and filtering out the strongest UV rays. A Low-E coating is a thin metallic layer applied to the glass pane. The result is a highly UV-resistant window that safeguards your home’s interior furnishings and fixtures against damaging sunlight. In addition, Low-E windows impacts temperature fluctuations in the home, reducing energy costs and leading to less wear and tear on your home’s HVAC systems.
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.