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Best Glass Companies in Austin

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Austin Glass Companies on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.



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Austin, TX 78753 Rating

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4.9 (323)
4.5 (36)

Why choose this provider?

B&B Plate Glass brings over 20 years of experience with glass and mirrors to the Austin community. Products and services for homes and businesses include tabletop glass, repairs for sliding glass doors and double-pane glass, bathroom mirrors, commercial and gym mirrors, low-energy glass, Plexi, and glass that is tinted, safety-tempered, and laminated. Car owners can also receive OEM glass products for vehicle glass and windshields along with windshield and window repair and window motor repair as well. The group is known for its quality service, cleanliness, reliability, and friendliness, and technicians follow OSHA specifications and guidelines in their work. All glass replacements come with a no-leak warranty in writing, and 24-hour service and board-ups are also available for commercial clients.

Austin, TX 78752 Rating

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5.0 (131)
4.0 (86)

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Alamo Glass, Inc. has been a glass and mirror company serving the Austin area for over 50 years. The group carries an extensive array of glass products including shower and bath enclosures, framed and semi-frameless shower doors, numerous options for patterned and textured glass, entry doors, cabinet doors, leaded glass doors, sliding glass doors, and door grids as well. Customers can also choose from 14 different shapes for table tops with various edging, custom mirror designs, mirror pedestals, and automobile mirrors, and commercial glass services and products include offerings from Vistawall Architectural Products. Clients have included multiple homeowners and businesses such as Schlotzsky's, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, and Papa John's Pizza, and Alamo Glass holds an A+ rating with the BBB. The group also sells dry erase boards.

Austin, TX 78758 Rating

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4.0 (27)
5.0 (2)

Why choose this provider?

Austin Kitchen and Bath is an Austin glass and mirror company backed by over 40 years of experience. The full-service remodeling company specializes in shower glass and can repair shower doors, convert tubs to showers, and create bath and shower enclosures in framed as well as frameless glass. Crews can also handle an entire shower installation or a complete bathroom remodeling project from demolition and plumbing to countertops, cabinets, and mirrors. Additional services cover kitchen redesigns and remodeling, countertops for any need and budget, customized cabinets, modular cabinetry, and fixtures, and work on flooring, painting, drywall, wallpaper installs, and crown molding are available as well. Austin Kitchen and Bath is an Accredited Business with the Better Business Bureau and holds an A+ rating.

Austin, TX 78753 Rating

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5.0 (22)
5.0 (8)

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Glasshouse, Inc. brings decades of combined experience with glass and mirrors to the Austin community. Both residential and commercial clients use the group for estimation and design, consultations, fabrication, and installation services and appreciate the company's knowledgeable staff, beautiful results, and timely delivery. Customers can order custom-designed and fabricated glass for shelving, furniture, countertops, fire screens, stained glass, architectural glass, shower doors, railings, laminated glass, and backsplashes, and mirrors and antique mirrored glass are also available. Glasshouse works hard to work within a customer's budget while providing the newest and most innovative solutions and collaborates with property owners as well as with architects and interior designers. The company is a member of AIA Dallas and the American Society of Interior Designers, won a Designer's Choice Award in 2013, and has an A+ rating with the BBB..


  • Introduction

    By incorporating mirrors and glass into your home, you can add decoration and functionality. When used effectively, these decorative items can amplify natural light and bring an increased sense of depth to any room. They can also improve visibility, enhance lighting, and create the illusion of more space. If you’re thinking about adding one or both of these popular design elements to your home, learning more about their form, function, and upkeep can help you choose the ideal products and hire the right professional for the job.

  • How do mirrors work?

    Modern mirrors are typically made from clear glass that’s coated on one side with a thin metal film to form a reflective surface. When rays of light hit this reflective surface, they bounce back at an identical angle. Your eyes then see this reflected light as a reverse, or mirror, image.

  • How are mirrors made?

    Mirrors are made through a process known as silvering, which involves spraying metals such as aluminum or silver onto the back of a clear glass pane. The metal, which is typically heated in a vacuum, bonds to the cooler glass to form the reflective surface of the mirror.

  • Are mirrors accurate?

    The accuracy of a mirror depends on the purity, flatness, and thickness of the glass pane, and the evenness and quality of the reflective coating. A higher-quality mirror provides a more accurate reflection, while a lower-quality mirror may distort the image.

  • Why are mirrors so expensive?

    Mirrors are expensive because they’re constructed from glass panels and coated with a tarnish-free metal, both of which are costly. High-quality mirrors tend to be particularly expensive because they can't be mass produced. To ensure accuracy, high-quality mirrors must be custom made from expensive materials such as borosilicate glass or Corning's Ultra-Low Expansion Glass.

  • How can you clean mirrors without streaks?

    First, remove tough dirt using rubbing alcohol and a microfiber cloth. Then, spray your mirror evenly with a cleaning fluid that’s specially formulated for glass. Using a microfiber cloth, work downward, zigzagging until all streaks are removed and the mirror is completely dry.

  • How should you pack mirrors for moving?

    Mirrors should be packed in specially designed mirror boxes, which adjust to reduce shifting. Before boxing your mirror, affix cardboard to the front and back, and wrap it securely, first in packing paper and then bubble wrap. Fill any empty spaces in the box with crumpled packing paper, and then tape it closed.