Window Glass | Store Front Glass | Tempered Safety Glass | Glass Shelves | Laminate Glass | Pattern Glass | Obscure Glass | Double Pane Glass | Insulated Glass Units
If you need glass for your home or place of business, just call us: 972) 557-2655 We can supply, deliver and install most flat glass that is made today. You can call us, we will cut the glass for you to come by and pick up, and you can install it yourself and we will be glad to help you with all the information you need to handle the project.
If it is flat glass, we carry it.
Window Glass, table tops, desk tops, shower door glass, mirrors, kitchen cabinet glass, entrance and door glass, patio safety glass, heavy glass for stand alone dining tables and any other flat glass that you need in your home.
Store Front door glass, complete store fronts, 3/8″ and 1/2″ glass for butt joints or malls, display cases, mirrors, door closure repair or replacements, conference table tops, elevator safety backed mirrors and more.
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We have services discounted for accounts. Call and set up an account today.
“Buying in Quantity should always save you money. It does with us.”
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Give us a call at 972-557-2655
Normal turn-around times are within 3 to 5 days pending on the type job.
Often as an account we can serve you in the same day.
We cut all window glass to size, pattern cuts, custom pattern cuts for any style window or custom type window. From your standard round tops and half /whole eyebrow windows to custom octagons and rakes. Our family of glaziers at Abaca Glass & Mirror are ready to serve you. The more windows you have to replace, the more discount on glass prices you can receive. If you are a home owner, you just might want to put our web site on your favorites.
For those of you who will call looking for parts or information on your windows, here are a few things we may ask you about if you call us for repairs.
A. Jamb Vertical or horizontal member that frames the window opening
B. Rail Horizontal part of sash
C. Pane or Light Glass held in place by glazing putty and metal glazing points
D. Top Sash Upper section of window, may slide down to open
E. Stile Vertical part of sash
F. Meeting Rail One of the two horizontal members of a double-hung sash which come together
G. Muntin Strip that separates the panes of a window. The shape, or profile, of a muntin provides a clue to the window’s age.
H. Bottom Sash Lower section of window, typically slides up to open
I. Casing The finished, often decorative, framework around a window
J. Stool Interior shelf-like board at the bottom of a window against which the bottom rail of the sash rests