Glass table tops add a level of versatility to any home or office. Not only are glass surfaces easier to clean, they can be customized and designed to achieve a variety of looks – from contemporary to traditional, sleek and modern to ornate.
At Glass Solutions, we are the leading experts in glass table top replacement and repair in Raleigh. Call us today to request a FREE quote on any of our glass table top services or to view any of our work: 919.772.1007
Raleigh Glass Tabletops & Shelves
Whether you’ve inherited a glass table top that’s in need of repair, or you are interested in creating a unique, one-of-a-kind piece, we are happy to create customized glass table tops and/or glass shelves to your specifications. some of the glass projects we work on include (but are not limited to):
- Table Tops
- Bar Tops
- Glass Shelving
- Cabinet & Door Glass
- And more!
Length of Time for Glass Table Top Repair/Replacement
The amount of time it takes to complete a glass repair or glass replacement project depends on availability as well as the type of glass product you requested. Typical turnaround time can range from a few hours to a few weeks.
Raleigh Glass Thickness
One of the first things you’ll need to determine when repairing or replacing glass tables and/or shelves in your home is the level of glass thickness. Thickness varies widely and will be largely influenced based on the use of the glass item. For example, a glass kitchen table should use a thicker cut of glass versus an accent table or kitchen cabinet door.
Types of Glass Thickness
The following are the current types of glass thickness we recommend:
- 3/4” (19mm)
- 1/2” (12mm)
- 3/8” (9mm)
- 1/4” (6mm)
- 3/16” (5mm)
Types of Glass Edges
There are many different varieties of glass edges available, each adding a different look and feel to your glass table top. Below are the different types of glass edges that we offer along with a brief, bulleted description of each.
Pencil Polish Edge
- Popular on circular or oval tables
- Characterized by a rounded side edge and softer appearance
Flat Polish Edge
- Least expensive glass edge
- Characterized by a small seam or bevel on the top & bottom edge
- One of the most popular types of glass edges
- Characterized by a bevel on the top edge of the glass
Double Bevel Edge
- More expensive type of glass edge
- Characterized by two bevels top edge
- Known for giving a more formal appearance
- One of the more traditional types of glass edges
- Characterized by its “S” profile
Triple OG (Waterfall) Edge
- Characterized by its “waterfall look” achieved by three pencil edges on the edge of the glass
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