Raben Glass has over 40 years of experience in the residential and commercial glass industry. We take pride in providing top quality service as we replace dual pane windows, install glass shower enclosures, and build storefront metal and glass entrances. We are bonded and insured, and our work and products are guaranteed.
RABEN GLASS LLCShowroom by appointment only:1826 W Broadway #25Mesa AZ 85202(623) 466 email@example.com
ADVANTAGES OF HIRING
A GLASS REPAIR SERVICE
You have several options available
when planning to install or repair glass
on a building.
If you’re already handy, you may be
tempted to attempt a DIY project.
Or you may be considering accepting
a friend’s offer to help.
While these might seem like cost-effective
options, they can quickly backfire and lead
to more expenses.
Hiring a glass repair service provides you
with these benefits that are worth exploring
for your project.
to High Quality
Just about every home repair store
sells some type of glass door
or window these days.
The difference between what the
average consumer can buy versus
a professional is often quite large.
Professional glass technicians have
access to higher-grade materials than
what you can purchase on your own.
The relationship that our company has
cultivated with quality manufacturers
also means we can get these materials
faster than you could when ordering
from a big chain store.
Every glass project is different.
What worked on your neighbor’s home
may not work for yours.
For example, you might have a window
that receives more direct sunlight on
This may mean that you need glass with
a higher efficiency rating than your neighbor.
Professional consultations include taking
all the factors that influence your project
You can also get customized services, that
include cutting glass to fit projects, where
stock materials may not work.
If your dream is to create glass shelves
or walls in a commercial building or home,
then a professional company is the only
way to go.
Poor installation practices can lead to
serious costs for you down the road.
A window or door that isn’t properly
sealed can allow air to escape.
This results in higher energy costs.
A bad seal can also allow water to enter
Waterlogged wood and drywall are prime
spots for mold to grow.