ABOUT US

Architectural Glass Ltd. is a family owned and operated company with state of the art machinery. We specialize in heavy glass install and custom glazing.

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Our Journey

  

Architectural Glass Ltd was founded by Jerry Kochan in 1983. After working for a local glass shop as a Journeyman Glazier, Jerry was awarded a project that he couldn’t refuse. His dedication, commitment, and quality of work gained him ton of projects from then on. 


In 1985, the company officially became incorporated and has been growing ever since then. 


  

Why choose us?


Over the span of 34 years, we have gained a reputation for quality work. Our dedication and passion towards the glass industry has grown our experience in all types of glazing install no matter the size of project.  With our In-House Fabrication Department, no project is implausible!


From our vast range of services, we can meet all your needs and requirements from start to finish.  As a family owned and operated company, we understand the importance of quality work and provide hands on training to all our Technical Field Service employees.

The more you know!

Make sure to check out our services to find the right fit for your project.

Our Services

Our Beliefs

VISION

Transforming the way people view glass. 

MISSION

To provide our clients high quality products and exceptional services. 

CORE VALUES

Reliable | Honest | Consistent

Fun Facts

When Glass Breaks...

 the Cracks move at 3000 mph!

 That’s 5 times faster than the average airplane, which travels at 575 mph. 

Glass 100% Recyclable

 Glass can be recycled indefinitely and not lose its quality 

Glass is not Solid

 Glass is not classified as a solid or a liquid or a gas. When cooled, glass forms an “amorphous solid” that allows molecules within the glass to continue moving around. 

Recycle Glass Month

 September! Make sure to drop off unused glass products at proper locations for recycling.  

Obsidian

   A naturally occurring volcanic glass formed as an extrusive igneous rock 

Decomposition of Glass

  It can take more than 1 million years for glass to decompose .