Greenville Glass is the premier provider of commercial glass in New Bern, NC. Our company was founded in 1981 by Louis Reel and William Tripp. We built this business by providing the highest quality and best value glass solutions in the Greenville Area. We are centrally located to serve Greenville, and all of Eastern North Carolina.
We have an experienced staff who will solve nearly any glass related problem. We specialize in all types of glass repairs for automotive, commercial and residential applications. It is our desire to provide you with the best value possible. We provide artistic solutions for any design criteria, as well as working to meet a budget.
Greenville Glass is available for all of your glass needs, including glass emergencies. So, what exactly constitutes a glass emergency? These situations typically include glass that has been broken or severely damaged. For example, a cracked windshield, a broken storefront door, or a shattered window. All of these types of situations need immediate attention, which is why we are available to help you as soon as possible.
So, what steps should you take when you experience a glass emergency? The first thing you need to do is to clean up any broken glass. Do this with a broom and be sure to wear closed toed shoes and gloves while doing so. Once the broken glass has been removed, it’s time to cover the area temporarily to keep out the wind, rain, etc. You can cover the area with a piece of plywood or even heavy cardboard if plywood is not readily available. Then, the next thing you want to do is contact us at Greenville Glass for our professional help.
It’s important that if you have a cracked windshield, you do not drive anywhere. Not only is this unsafe for you, but it would also cause further damage to your car’s windshield. When it comes to broken or damaged commercial and residential glass, clean up any debris, but don’t try to repair the damage yourself.
For all of your residential, automotive, and commercial glass needs in New Bern, NC, give us a call at Greenville Glass.