Purchasing Glass

Whether actually ordering or just requesting a quote, it is important that the guidlelines below be followed.

Notice: For measuring arched openings you will need a pencil, paper, scissors or a razor and a straight edge ruler.

Square & Rectangular Cabinet Opening
measuring rectange opening

From the back of your cabinet door, measure exactly the width and height of your rough opening. It is best to round down to the nearest 1/16" (sixteenth of an inch).
Example: 14-1/4" should be rounded down to 14-3/16"

For a sure fit up, deduct 1/8" from the width and height of your opening.
Example: 15" x 26" rough opening should be ordered as 14-7/8" x 25-7/8"

Arched Openings
measuring rectange opening

Lay your cabinet door face down on a flat surface

Trace the back outline of your door onto your paper pattern by rubbing a pencil along the edges of your door opening. It is best to tape your paper pattern in place before you start pencil outlining.

After outlining, cut the paper pattern carefully using a scissor or razor and a straight edge. Remember to cut your pattern approximately 1/8" smaller than your width and height
Example: If your opening is 12" x 18", your pattern should be 11-7/8" x 17-7/8". Send your drawn pattern to us

Shipping Glass
roses behind frosted glass

Most cabinet glass orders are shipped either FedEx or UPS ground service, but if sizes are too large, then a common carrier trucker will be required. We get excellent trucking rates from various companies. Your final quote will include all cutting, packing and shipping charges - No surprises! A tracking number will be emailed to you upon shipping of the order. We do have a network of local dealers in many states. If a local dealer is available, we will forward your request to that studio in an attempt to save you shipping costs. A copy of that correspondence will be sent to you for review

All orders take approximately 10 days to be completed. For special tempering, please allow 3 to 4 weeks lead time