Shop Glass Tops for Desks
Wood furniture is costly and should be protected. The best way to defend against desktop or tabletop scratches is with a custom glass cover.
Adding glass tops for desks brings beauty and protection to the hardwood surface. Glass Doctor® creates custom glass desktop and tabletop designs for both new and existing furniture. Call 855-603-1919 for a free, in-home consultation today.
Custom Glass Desktops with Glass Doctor
Wooden furniture is especially susceptible to wear and tear. The experts at Glass Doctor are here to design a protective glass top for your home office desk. With custom designs for glass desktops or tabletops, Glass Doctor can protect and improve the look of wooden furniture in your home.
Covering a desktop or table in glass protects against wear and tear, but also the elements. We are equipped to create coated glass to protect wooden furniture from the harmful effects of UV rays.
Benefits of Safety Glass
Glass desktops or tabletops employ thick, heavy glass. Our glass experts know this and are able to create sheets made from tempered or laminated glass. This protects against breakage and is safe for homes with children.
Additional Glass Projects for the Home
With more than just glass tops for desks, Glass Doctor specializes in glass for the entire home. From repairing and installing energy-efficient windows and doors to custom home décor such as mirrors and shower doors, our team provides solutions for home improvement projects in every room.
Whether glass is needed for a dining room table, decorative coffee table or office desktop, Glass Doctor will create a perfect match. We custom cut glass to nearly any shape or size to fit your new or existing furniture. Our experts will visit your home for a professional consultation, ensuring your project is successful.
Call Glass Doctor Today
Glass Doctor has been in operation since 1962 and has more than 270 locations around the United States and Canada ready to serve. Call Glass Doctor today at (855-603-1919) for more information about glass desktops or any home glass needs.
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