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As a leading glass company in Atlanta, we believe that quality and craftsmanship is truly job number one. While our business is small, our capacity to tackle even the toughest projects is big. We’re not afraid to try something new because we enjoy stretching our skills to meet your needs and goals. We take great pride in our work and still believe in craftsmanship because we’re not satisfied until you are.

Learn more about the products and services we offer and how we can help you try something new.



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Q: What information do I need to provide for a quote on a table top?

A: We need you to provide us with the width and height of the table, the type of edge you would like on the glass (pencil polish, seamed, or beveled) and how thick you would like the glass to be. To protect your table, we typically recommend glass that is ¼ inch thick. If you have a base and would like the glass to function as a table top, we recommend ½ inch clear tempered glass.

Q: What geographic area do we serve?

A: For residential customers, we typically service a 40 mile radius from our shop. For commercial customers we travel within a 500 mile radius.

Q: What are the characteristics of different types of glass?

A: Safety glass comes in two different forms: tempered and laminated. Tempered glass is designed to shatter into tiny pieces rather than large shards, reducing the chance of serious injury. Laminated glass is comprised of two individual panes of glass bonded together by PVB resin, which prevents the glass from falling apart when broken and makes it very difficult to break through.

Q: How do I know if my glass is tempered?

A: If your glass breaks into tiny pieces instead of large, sharp pieces it is tempered glass. Tempered glass also has a small logo about the size of a quarter that is typically located in one of the corners.

Q: Can tempered glass be cut?

A: No. Tempered glass is designed to shatter into tiny pieces when broken and will do so if cutting is attempted. Tempered glass is manufactured with heat to strengthen it, and so it does not break into jagged pieces.

Q: How do I know if I have low e glass?

A: If the glass has a slight blue, gray, or yellow tint, it is probably low e glass. There are several different low e glass manufacturers, so it is a good idea to bring a sample of the glass with you to ensure a match.

Q: How do I know if my window is single or double pane?

A: Double pane windows consist of two pieces of glass sandwiched together and sealed at a factory. Single pane windows consist of one piece of glass.

Q: What information do I need to provide for a fogged up window?

A: Please provide us with the following information: height and width of the window, whether it has grids between the glass (aka muntins), how old the window is (to determine if the glass has a low e coating on it) and whether it has safety glass. If the lowest edge of the glass is 18 inches or less above a walking surface or within 18 inches of a doorway, it must be safety glass.

Q: How do I measure?

A: When measuring a window, you should measure the daylight or what you can see.

Q: Is my shower door 100 percent watertight?

A: When properly installed and under normal conditions, our framed showers are designed to prevent water leaks. However, extreme water conditions could result in leaks. Shower head nozzles should not be sprayed directly at your enclosure during cleaning.

Q: What information do I need to provide for a shower door quote?

A: Please tell us whether or not you want a framed or frameless shower enclosure, the shape of your shower (i.e. width, height, color of frame or patches, clear or obscure glass) and about where you live.