Window Glass Installation, Replacement & Repair for Los Altos

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  Los Altos area for any purpose, you have come to the right place.

Our team has been serving the Los Altos 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
    Los Altos Area


    Serving the greater Los Altos 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 Los Altos CA

Los Altos, CA started out as a land grant from the Spanish court, and today is part of the greater Silicon Valley. Early residents of this sleepy California town would not even recognize how their city has evolved and changed over time.

One of the most famous residents of Los Altos had to be Sarah Winchester, widow of the man who invented the Winchester rifle. Sarah felt the burden of the souls who lost their lives to this deadly gun, and had been advised by a spiritualist that as long as her house was under construction, she would live. If she stopped building, she would die. Thus came the strange creation of the Winchester Mystery House, still being worked on until her last day of life. Some doors led nowhere, opening onto a steep drop that
could prove deadly. And in the attic were stored tiffany windows and other treasures never used.

Some of her land was sold to the Peninsula Interurban Railway in 1906, the same year as the Great earthquake and fire.

The new railroad and mild California climate attracted droves of settlers and businesses to the area, In 1952, the residents of Los Altos voted to incorporate.and are now part of the Silicon Valley community, renowned worldwide for their high-tech innovations.

Following are additional sources of information about other Los Altos resources

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