We offer a wide range of glass and glass-related products for Residential, Commercial and Automotive applications.
Dan’s Glass has been in business since 1979. Our shop is very clean, comfortable, and fun to visit. We have old memorabilia displayed in our shop.
We pride ourselves in total customer satisfaction. Our office staff, vehicles and installers are professional, clean & friendly.
If you own a storefront or commercial building and you have noticed signs of aging in your windows including, fogging, broken seals, cracks, chips, you will need commercial window replacement. It is important to hire a window replacement team that specializes in storefront and commercial window glass replacements. Installing glass in a storefront or commercial building can be very different to windows in a home.
Dan’s Glass will replace or repair your vehicle’s windshield and have you back on the road as soon as possible. Our expert window installation service can outfit your auto with a window replacement at an affordable price. No matter what type of vehicle you own, we can achieve a tailor-made glass solution installed by certified glass specialists.
If your home windows are letting outside air in, or they have chips and cracks, you may need residential window replacement. Single pane windows don’t go very far when it comes to energy efficiency, replacing them with double pane windows can help keep your home more comfortable, reduce your energy costs and make the inside of your home quieter.
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Dan’s Glass Inc.
1325 Galindo Street
Concord, CA 94520
Choose a Glass Professional with the Experience to Repair Your Chipped or Cracked Auto Windshield The windshield of your vehicle is considered a safety device as it gives structural strength to the body. It is
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Single pane windows are common in older homes, especially those built before the 1970’s. These windows are the least efficient window for retaining heat or cool air and can add considerably to energy costs. You