Hayward Window Glass Company – Installation, Replacement & Repair

Whether you are a home owner with a broken window or a contractor buiding a glass-front multi-million dollar high-rise, if you need glass in the Hayward area for any purpose, you have come to the right place.

Our team has been serving the Hayward area for over 40 years, including over 3 years through Roxy Glass. We pride ourselves on offering services that you can afford, competitive pricing that takes second place to none, and professional designers who employ technological advances to bring your project to life. Our commitment to you is as clear as our glass – if you can imagine it, we can deliver it.

Our state of the art installation techniques can be applied to all glazing needs you might have, from an individual shower door to a curtain wall in a commercial high rise. We strive to not only meet your needs but to exceed them.

  • Residential Window Glass

    Have a broken or leaking window, a shower door that has seen better days, or need a new bay window for your kitchen?

    Give us a call. Estimates are free and we can work with your insurance company.

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  • Commercial Glass Contractor

    We provide professionalism, advanced technology and experience to ensure your commercial glass needs are competitively priced, installed on time, and exacting to your specifications. We also work with general contractors.

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  • Serving the
    Hayward Area

    Serving the greater Hayward area, we meet all residential and commercial glass needs with quality work, very completive pricing and timely installation. Contact us today for a free estimate.

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Useful Information for Hayward CA

Hayward, CA is located in the East Bay area of Alameda County, and is the sixth largest city in the San Francisco Bay Area and the third largest in Alameda County. An earthquake in 1868 severely damaged the area, and led to the Hayward Fault being named after the city. The town itself was chartered under the name of Haywards in 1876, but the name was officially changed to Hayward in 1880.

The earliest economy for the city was agriculture and tourism, helped by the establishment of a railroad line in the late 1800′s. The agriculture business drew many Japanese to the area, and were interned during WW II. The war’s end led to both a population and economic boom, and many who were in the area for the manufacturing of war materials stayed.

The city today is home to the California State University, East Bay campus, and currently has three sister cities located in Japan, Afghanistan, and Portugal. Gold Medalist Figure Skater Kristi Yamaguchi was born here.

Following are additional sources of information about Hayward resources

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