Russell Glass Company has been working with general contractors in Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander, Georgetown and surrounding areas for two decades. We’ve completed projects in Portland, Corpus Christi, and Galveston, to name a few. We offer an extensive range of standard and custom window, door and all-glass rail options to fulfill most commercial needs including new construction and renovations. Our experienced team will support your project working with your building team from initial design through installation. Whether your project is a 15-story office building, an elementary school or an outdoor strip center, we have the experience and staff to meet budgets, expectations and deadlines.
Commercial contractors, designers and architects have come to rely on Russell Glass for projects in and around the Texas Hill Country. Russell Glass has the knowledge to address virtually every commercial glass need from storefront windows and entrance doors to building and installing tens of thousands of square feet of glass.Our advanced technologies and precision installation help insure accuracy providing a perfect fit every time. We stay on-top of the latest methodologies to make sure that you have access to the latest in commercial glazing technologies.
We have worked with the very best general contractors providing glass solutions in both public and private facilities. Some of the products we provide include:
Over the years, Russell Glass has been part of numerous commercial glass installation and construction projects that span many industries. A partial listing follows:
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2611 S Austin Ave, Georgetown, Texas 78626, United States
Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Russell Glass is a U.S. EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm, trained and accredited in the use of lead-safe work practices. Lead poisoning is often associated with lead dust that is created during renovation and remodeling. It’s often from the paint that was used in many buildings and homes constructed before 1978. Lead poisoning can cause a wide rang of health issues. This program is prevention-based, cost-effective and a long-term bargain. The EPA is encouraging consumers to choose firms that have been trained in this area.