The average home has a lot of glass in it, and we are not just talking about the windows, although having said that, most homes do have a lot of them.They also have things such as coffee tables with glass tops (tabletop glass), bookcases, glass cabinets (where you keep your drinks glasses), mirrors (mirror walls) for gyms or personal workout rooms, and more, and the unfortunate thing about glass is that an awful lot of it is very fragile. It breaks easily.
The other unfortunate thing about glass is that when it breaks you can’t just repair it! It’s gone. Done and dusted. All you can do is sweep up the pieces and throw them in the bin. And that means that the only thing you can then do is replace it with new glass.
Oh sure, you could also throw your coffee table away, but it is a lot smarter to simply replace the glass top, and this is where we can help you at Mac’s Discount Glass. Replacing glass that has broken is what we do – all day and every day. Apart from when we are installing new glass such as new double pane windows or perhaps mirror walls in your bathroom.
We Provide Glass for Cabinets, Tabletop Glass, Mirror Walls, and Dual Pane Windows
Many homes have a glass cabinet in which they keep all their drinking glasses. Usually, these have a wooden frame and back, and the sides are of glass, and so are the doors at the front. If one of the doors or the sides gets broken, we can simply replace the cabinet glass for you, and you are back to normal. Just like that. Nobody will ever know that the door got broken.
Much the same applies to tabletop glass. When you have something such as a coffee table with a glass top, it can easily happen that something heavy gets dropped on it, and then the glass is gone. The answer is simple: just replace the glass top.
Want to make your living room in Folsom larger? Well, there are two ways, and one of them is to build an extension. The other is a mirror wall. We carry out a lot of mirror projects including covering a whole wall with a mirror. It makes a massive difference to the appearance of a room. In fact, it makes the room seem double the size that it actually is! And it costs a lot less than an extension.
OK, it doesn’t physically make the room larger, but it is the esthetics that counts. Your family and friends will be astounded at the difference in appearance – and so will you!