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Custom Glass Solutions
Glass Doctor® of North Vancouver repairs more than glass for automobiles and home exteriors. Glass Doctor of North Vancouver provides clients in North and West Vancouver, as well as surrounding areas, with standard and custom glass repair and replacement solutions throughout the home. From tabletops and shelves to custom mirrors, and everything in-between, we can create a unique home for your family and guests.
Unfortunately glass breaks. And when it does, call Glass Doctor.
Professionals with Glass Doctor of North Vancouver custom cut glass in a variety of shapes and sizes, complete with custom finished edges to match your original tabletop or glass shelves - or create a completely new look. Our professional consultation includes advice on edgework detail, glass tint, thickness, and safety issues related to heavy glass tabletops.
Do you have young children? Maybe they like to play sports inside the house? Glass Doctor provides additional custom glass solutions, including laminated glass tabletops that will protect your future hockey star from broken glass.
Custom mirrors is a speciality of your North Shore Glass Doctor, and a great way to enhance the amount of light in your home. The addition of custom mirrors will brighten your home, and make it feel more open and welcoming.
Imagine a floor-to-ceiling mirror on a feature wall, or the benefit of full-length mirrors on bedroom closets and doors. We can also cut glass to fit picture frames, shelving and bathroom mirrors - custom or standard.
A Glass Doctor specialist will ensure your customized mirrors reflect the style of your home. From tinted and antique, to decorative, we offer several designs that will be a perfect match for your home’s decor.
Patio and French Doors
Let natural light fill your home by installing custom glass doorlites in your patio and French doors. Glass Doctor of North Vancouver specialists can install custom glass doorlites, restore and replace broken door glass with upgraded doorlites, and install matching side windows on either side of your front door. We have many glass insert options, including double pane windows with sliding blinds and decorative glass with matching side window panes.
Low-E Glass Windows
Everyone enjoys a bright, sunny day. But the sun’s light can fade your carpets, hard-wood floors, draperies and sofas. Fading is caused by heat and the sun’s ultraviolet light. Low-emissivity (Low-E) windows can help protect the significant investment you’ve made in our home’s floor and furnishings, and increase the value of your home.
Low-E windows have a type of reflective glass that features a very thin metallic coating that reduces visible light transmission and helps diminish the warming effects of the sun’s light. Because it resists ultraviolet light, Low-E glass reduces the damaging effect of sunlight exposure on your home’s furnishings. In addition, by keeping your house cooler during the summertime, Low-E glass can help reduce energy costs associated with air conditioning.