New Window Installation National Cityvalid until: 30 Jul 2019date published: 30 Jul 2018
Community Glass & Mirror Co. is a licensed, locally owned glass contractor that offers North San Diego County the best value in custom window, door, shower enclosure, glass railing, mirror, and storefront/glass wall installation and replacement services. Since 1987, we’ve served tens of thousands of residential and commercial clients throughout Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Coronado, El Cajon, Vista, Oceanside, Escondido, San Diego, San Marcos, and surrounding areas, and have become known for high quality work at a fair price.
We provide complete glass and mirror services, including the design, installation, repair, and replacement of glass walls, storefronts, shower doors/enclosures, mirrors, windows, doors, tabletops, railing, windbreaks, fencing, and more. We’ll provide you with honest and reliable guidance to help you find the best solution for your needs. Our owner has more than 44 years of experience and our glaziers and installers average between 6 to 20 years. With our extensive knowledge and skill, you can rely on us for superior craftsmanship that meets or exceeds expectations. We’ll handle all permits, perform all work to code, and comply with Title 24 requirements. We carry all major window brands, such as Milgard, Andersen, Crystal Pacific, and International, and guarantee our work. We’re available for work by appointment Monday through Saturday, and for emergency board up services for broken windows, glass doors, and storefronts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call today for a free quote.
Address: 2115 East Valley Parkway Unit A Escondido, CA 92027
Phone No.: 760-743-2896
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