MG Glass, Inc Glass Repair & Replacement Atlanta, GA

We are Atlanta's premier, complete glass installation and repair company!
MG Glass has been installing glass for almost two decades and serves North Georgia.
We specialize in a complete line of shower enclosures, such as Framed and Frameless shower doors.
MG Glass serves Commercial and Residential clients and is full insured.
We are proud to provide the highest quality service at a competitive price and also guarantee our work.
MG Glass is here to assist you 6 days a week!
Call or email us to Request an Estimate Today!

About US

Building customer relationships is paramount in everything MG Glass does.
Providing a variety of products and services to meet the changing demands of today's homeowner and business owner is what we strive for.
Safety is a mandatory requirement of our operations. Each employee is trained how to function safely in all aspects of the glass industry. We do not install any products that do not meet our high expectations of safety. Rest assured that if it is not safe, it will not be installed in your home or business.
Please visit our showroom to get a better understanding of what we have to offer and meet us in person to ask any questions or get ideas on how to make your ideas come to fruition.
MG Glass is conveniently located off Peachtree Industrial, about a mile inside the perimeter.
Our relationships with our suppliers allow us to provide faster lead-times for quicker turnaround of orders.
MG Glass stocks most standard sizes and patterns to satisfy the expectations of our busy clients.
Ordering by phone is an easy process. You can call ahead and have your order ready upon your arrival.
No order is too small. MG Glass welcomes walk-in customers.
MG Glass stays connected with developing trends in glass and makes it easier to get unusual products such as European sliding showers, antiqued mirror and patterned cabinet glass. Various hardware finishes such as antique bronze, oil rubbed bronze and other trends of finishes are looked for and entertained by our staff.
Anticipating client needs is an integral part in what we strive to provide and we will do whatever it takes to be ready for you.
For advice that is accurate and up-to-date, feel free to call us with any questions or concerns. MG Glass will win your confidence in our abilities to satisfy your glass needs.

Contact Us

We are here for you and welcome the opportunity to give you an estimate for your specific glass needs.
We only use the highest quality products!
We also offer 24-Hour emergency Board-Up-Service.
Call or Email us at anytime

  • 770-452-9494
  • info@mgglassatlanta.com
  • 770-452-9484
  • 3838 Green Industrial Way, Atlanta, GA 30341
  • Residential

    Framed & Frameless Shower Doors
    Mirrors: Custom, Beveled & Wall
    Porch & Patio Enclosures
    Storm Window Repair
    Glass Tabletops
    Window & Insulated Glass
    Replacements

  • Commercial

    Storefronts & Doors
    Glass Table Tops and Shelving
    Window Replacements
    Skylights
    Curtainwall
    Fire Rated Glass

    Mall Fronts

Definitions of Glass

  • Plate Glass:

    The most basic form of flat glass. It is sometimes called annealed glass and float glass because of the methods used to make it. In order to become safety-rated glass, more steps must be performed with it to transform it into safety glass.

    Tinted Glass:

    Color that is formulated into the glass mixture during manufacturing that permanently alters the final color of plate glass. There are standard tint shades such as gray, bronze, blue and green.

    Laminated Glass:

    This is glass made from two (or more) pieces of plate glass and a plastic (PVB) layer between them. The purpose of laminated glass is safety and security. If laminated glass breaks, the glass panel remains intact, instead of falling apart. The most common use of laminated glass is in automobile windshields. Laminated glass is readily available. Tinting of laminated glass can be achieved by tinting the inner layer (PVB) instead of the glass itself.

    Tempered Glass:

    This glass starts as regular plate glass, and after it is cut to size and fabrications such as holes and edgework are completed, it is placed into a tempering oven. During this process the glass is heated to about 2,500 °F. It is then quickly "quenched" to about 2,000 °F. This process creates surface tension on the glass, making the surface up to four times stronger than it was as regular plate glass.

  • As another benefit it was discovered that when tempered glass breaks, it shatters into tiny pieces, similar in size to rock salt. This characteristic makes tempered glass the main safety glass product used today. It is possible to get tempered and laminated glass together, but it is rarely used and is very costly.

    Mirrored Glass:

    This is glass that has a coating on the surface to create a reflection on the uncoated side. A regular piece of plate glass receives a polishing one the coated side to remove any subtle imperfections prior to being coated. Silvering is the most commonly used method of production. Real silver is used to coat the glass during this process. To prevent the silver from tarnishing (oxidizing) a layer of copper is applied behind the silver. To prevent scratching, a layer of scratch resistant paint is applied. Resilvering of mirrors is an environmental nightmare and is uncommon today.

    Antiqued Mirrors:

    This glass starts out as regular mirrored glass. The scratch resistant paint is chemically removed. Then the silvering is oxidized prematurely by applying another chemical to it. This process is very dangerous and should never be attempted without proper training on handling caustic chemicals and the necessary eye protection and gas-masks. Once a desired level of "antiquing" is achieved, the silver is recoated with paint.

  • Insulated Glass:

    Insulated glass is also called thermal—pane glass. This is used to reduce the costs of heating and cooling buildings. Two panes of glass are separated by air or inert gas to create a barrier that resists the transfer of heat from outside to inside or vice-versa. At the perimeter of these units of glass is a spacer (usually metal) that keeps the glass apart, and acts to seal the unit from moisture build-up. Eventually, the seal on these units deteriorates and allows moisture to enter the air-space. Over time this may develop into a hazy, or fogged condition. If this occurs, the only way to resolve the problem is to replace the unit entirely (both panes).

    Fire-Rated Glass:

    This type of glass is used in situations of construction where a door or window in a fire-rated wall is required by an owner or architect. These are typically expensive when compared to non-rated glass. There are maximum sizes to be considered when specifying such glass. Also, how much fire-rated glass will be allowed in a particular span of wall must be calculated as well. Further complicating matters is the additional requirement of safety-rating such as in doors or sidelites. Consulting our specialist will save a lot of time and patience. Fire-rated glass is available in two forms. Wire-glass is the earliest version, but is quickly becoming obsolete. Ceramic glass is now becoming more and more popular, but is somewhat costly.