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GlassTech is the name you can trust in providing glass work and repairs. Services to Lubbock, TX. We have been providing quality works and repairs at reasonable prices, and the best service. We specialize in servicing residential homes. Let us put our experience and expertise to help you with all your glass services work.

Services Offered:

  • Shower Doors
  • Tub Enclosures
  • Mirrors
  • Window Glass
  • Furniture Tops
  • PlexiGlass
  • Tepered Glass
  • 24 Hour Service
Lubbock Glass Company: Keeping Your Home's Decorative Glass Looking Like New

People have been using glass as a home accent and decoration for hundreds of years. Glass sculpture is an ancient tradition with its roots in Egyptian culture, and decorative glass relics from ancient Egypt have survived the test of time intact. Many of the techniques used to create these ancient decorative glass pieces are in use today, along with new abilities opened up by the advancement of technology. Almost every Lubbock Glass Company uses the same techniques for making repairs, which are used to make decorative glass art and functional pieces.

Glass is a unique substance. It can be transparent, translucent, or opaque. Decorative glass can be shaped and colored using an array of different colors, and the thickness of glass is variable. Though sculptures made of blown glass may appear solid, glass has the molecular structure of a liquid and is not crystalline. Unfortunately, the beauty and delicacy of glass makes it very vulnerable to breakage. If you own any decorative glass items, or even if you have functional glass in your home such as mirrors or shower doors, you will at some point need to call on a Lubbock Glass Company for glass repair, restoratio

Techniques Used by Your Local Lubbock Glass Company

The Lubbock Glass Company can use various techniques to manipulate glass. These include glass blowing, hot sculpting, and cold working.

Glass blowing is commonly used to create or repair blown glass functional art and sculpture.
Molten glass is formed by melting sand, soda lime, and coloring agents together. Using a combination of a blowpipe and special tools, glassblowers quickly shape and mold the glass before it has time to cool. When the blown glass takes the desired shape, annealing oven is used to cool the glass slowly, to make it stable. Blown glass, if cooled too quickly can crack or break. Sometimes, a Lubbock Glass Company will need to repeat this process to repair a blown glass sculpture, vase, or other piece of functional art.

Hot sculpting is a similar method of glass-shaping that does not involve a blowpipe. The molten glass is gathered from the furnace, after which it is shaped using special tools. Hot sculpting is used to make and repair large, solid pieces of glass art. A Lubbock Glass Company may need to employ this method if the glasswork in question was solid decorative glass rather than blown glass.

Finally, in cold working, a Lubbock Glass Company professional uses various techniques to work with cold glass. Depending on the desired end result, the Lubbock Glass Company expert might use a sandblaster, cutting tools, a grinder, a polisher, or engraving tools to create or repair the glass. Adhering panes or pieces of glass to one another falls into this category, as well. These techniques are the most commonly used in decorative glass repair, restoration, and modification.

Modern Lubbock Glass Company Repairs: Economic, Green, and Smart

You might not realize it, but glass is a 'green' material. All glass can be recycled. Modern decorative glass is lead-free and does no harm to the environment. This becomes particularly important when you consider how much glass there actually is in your home.

You can depend on your local Lubbock Glass Company for installation, repairs, and restoration on any kind of glass surface or object in your home. This includes everything from windows and shower doors to knick-knacks and family heirlooms. In today's economy, it's much smarter to perform repairs whenever possible, rather than buying new. You could save hundreds by using a Lubbock Glass Company.

There are many different types and varieties of decorative glass available. In windows alone, you have your choice of clear or tinted; safety or non-safety; plate or patterns; single pane or insulated - every aspect of your window's glass can be customized to suit your desires. It also holds true for doors, shower doors and mirror glass from a Lubbock Glass Company. You have much more freedom to customize your decorative glass with a Lubbock Glass Company than you would with, for example, a window installation company, or a patio door company, all of whom work with pre-fabric

Special Kinds of Glass Used by Your Local Lubbock Glass Company

Double-pane or insulated glass, available in units, is created by sealing together two or three separate panes of glass. The air between the panes is either left in or replaced with a harmless gas. With tempered glass, your Lubbock Glass Company is actually saving you money, as these windows will pay for themselves in the money you save on heating and cooling bills. Such glasses help reducing your energy cost as they trap the heat in winters for a longer time and reduce the requirement of air conditioner in summers. It's typically used in windows, where most of a home's energy seeps out through gaps around the window pane itself or the window frame. If the seal goes bad, condensation becomes visible inside the window, and the pane will have to be replaced.

Tempered, laminate, and plate glass are often used by a Lubbock Glass Company for tall windows, windows inside doors, mirrors, and shower doors. Tempered glass is glass that has been heated to near melting, and then cooled, which strengthens the molecular bond within the glass. Tempered glass is more difficult to break than 'normal' glass, and shatters into small pieces, some of which may stay in place. It's considered a "safety glass" for this reason.

Plate glass, commonly used in patio doors and long mirrors, is simply a large sheet of glass held in place by a frame. Plate glass is fairly easy to break, depending on the thickness, and breaks into large shards which are very sharp. Your local Lubbock Glass Company would not recommend the use of plate glass for homes with children or pets who might injure themselves if the glass gets broken.

Laminated glass is a good choice for homes with high risk of breakage. This safety glass is created by bonding together two sheets of plate glass, sandwiching a high-strength membrane in the middle. If broken, the glass will break like plate glass, but the internal membrane holds the shards in place. It is very difficult to break laminated glass.

Both tempered and laminate glasses, considered safety glass, are the most common household glass installed by any Lubbock Glass Company. Building Code states that safety glass must be used in doors, adjacent to doors, and in openings within approximately eighteen inches of the adjacent walking surface. For any kind of glass problems like restoration and repair of decorative glass heirlooms or replacement of a broken window, you can get in touch with your local Lubbock Glass Company. They can provide you with full-service glass repair, installation, and modification to meet your needs. For all the glass in your home, call a Lubbock Glass Company today.


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"I called GlassTech and told them my window was broken and they came out that day and fixed it very fast. "

Jason - Lubbock, TX

"We looked at all places in Lubbock to give us an estimate and they all said that it would be weeks until they could get out and give us the estimate and when we called GlassTech they came out that day and ordered them that day. Thanks GlassTech!"

Stan - Lubbock, TX

"Someone broke in our home and it was late at night. We called a lot of businesses and GlassTech was the only one that cared and came out that night and boarded up our window to make it safe and they fixed it the next day. Wish every business was like that. They do care! "

Debra - Lubbock, TX