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Glass Doors-Replacement & Repair
Rapid Glass can repair or replace your entry door window glass or side lite for a very affordable price. Whether you have a storm or screen door; or your sliding patio door glass window is broken or has become fogged and has moisture in between the glass, we are sure to have a solution to fit your needs. We can also provide you with those hard to find fireplace glass door replacements for just about any gas fireplace or wood burning stove.
Patio and Sliding Glass Doors
Quality and affordable patio door glass replacements or sliding patio door repair for your home. Patio doors and French doors are often the biggest windows in the home so when they become foggy or broken it can be quite a mess. Virtually all glass doors are made of tempered safety glass. When tempered glass breaks, it shatters into a million pieces no bigger than the size of a dime. When you call Rapid Glass for a quote and place the order with us, our technicians we will clean up the broken glass saving you from a messy, time consuming clean up. Call today for a free estimate in the Minneapolis and St. Paul Suburban areas.
Fireplace Glass Doors
Fireplace glass doors can become broken, cracked or covered with soot and can block the view of that beautiful flame which is part of the relaxing ambiance of having a fireplace or wood stove. Often times the original doors are too costly or the manufacturer no longer offers fireplace door glass replacements. Many companies that sell fireplaces call Rapid Glass to supply fireplace glass replacements for their own customers. We can custom cut and install the glass into your fireplace door frame, or you can order the glass and install it yourself. There is more than one type of glass for fireplace doors. Tempered glass has a fire rating up to 500 degrees and neo-Ceram or ceramic glass can handle temperatures up to 1200 degrees. Contact us today and we can help keep you warm during the cold winter months.