Glass Tabletops

Our price – from $20/sq.feet

Prices Include Standard Delivery & Installation!*

Try out our glass for tabletops now—you will never have to worry about wet cups ruining your nice wooden tables again. There’s literally no downside to our glass tabletops which are specifically designed for the average homeowner in mind: safety and affordability balanced to create the best glass tabletop for you.

Features

  • Any custom size & shape. Small or big. Rectangular, hexagon, or round
  • Any custom glass edgework – bevelling, polishing, matt or brilliant finishing
  • Glass thickness from 1/4″ to 3/4″
  • Only high-quality tempered glass
  • Largest selection of hardware from C.R. Laurence Co., Inc. (CRL)
  • Free consultation and measurement
  • 5 business days delivery in New York and New Jersey
  • Professional installation of your glass tabletop
  • Options

  • Any custom glass color, including clear glass, starphire glass, solid color, or tinted glass.
  • Mirrored tabletops or the most trendy right now antique mirror table toppers.
  • Any custom glass design and pattern – back-painted, covered with a printed image, sandblasted etc. You name it, we have it!
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    Our prices starting as low as $20/sq.feet

    with a standard delivery and installation!


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    When filling your home with furniture, you may have a tendency to turn away from glass, due to the belief that, of course, it will easily break. And when you have children and pets running around treating your home like a madhouse, large sheets of glass breaking and potentially creating a disastrous situation is the last thing you would want to happen in your house.

    But the stereotype that glass easily breaks is a very outdated misconception, and one that will stop you from decorating your home with material that will make your friends and neighbours appreciate your furniture and ask you where you got it done.

     

    Benefits of Glass Tabletops

    The glass tabletop is one of the many glass additions you can add to your home. For just a small cost, you can convert any normal table to one that is protected by a sleek and shiny piece of glass. Not only would you protect your table from scratches and bumps, but you would add an extra touch of class to your home. Here are the benefits you would instantly receive from equipping your tables with glass tabletops:

    No, it won’t break: Properly developed glass is incredibly difficult to break, and that includes the glass tabletop. At our company, we have struck a balance between durability and cost—we use the finest techniques to create safe and affordable glass from tempered safety glass and laminated glass triplex. Tempered safety glass is essentially the king when it comes to durable glass. You can go at it with a hammer and it would still take dozens of strikes before you would get anywhere near to breaking it into pieces. You should have no worry about your kids, pets, or guests crashing into your glass and cracking it into pieces.

    If it does break, you will still be safe: So let’s say that you have an incredibly rough set of kids who actually end up crashing into the glass with so much force that they manage to break it. Well, they would still be uninjured (aside from a bruise here and there, of course). Why? Because tempered safety glass is designed to break into pieces with rounded and dulled edges. There would never be a piece sharp enough to break the skin.

    It is easy to clean: When you are cleaning the home, you may sometimes have to buy several special sprays and soaps for your wooden tables and other materials, to keep them looking fresh and new. But when you clean glass tabletops, you don’t have to worry about this at all: the glass will stay pristine for as long as you need it to be.

    Feel free to contact us:
    1733 West 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY