Merrimack Valley Glass & Mirror creates custom glass tops to protect the tops of wooden tables, nightstands, and dining tables. Quality furniture is expensive, but if taken can of properly, can last a lifetime. Our team provides glass tables for your home or business. Whether you are looking for a beautiful coffee table for your home or a conference room table for your business, we would be happy to discuss our inventory with you and help with installation. We work throughout Southern New Hampshire and the Merrimack Valley area. Give us a call today for more information.
Glass Table Repair & Replacement in Merrimack Valley
Our team also provides repair and replacement services for glass and mirrors. If you had a glass table that got scuffed, cracked, chipped, or damaged we can potentially help repair it or replace for it you. Like with mirrors and windows, a glass table top can get damaged. With good cleaning and frequent maintenance your glass and mirrors can last a lifetime. But improper use (i.e. placing heavy items or dropping on the table) can lead to stress fractures and cracks. Small cracks can be repaired, but large damage often requires a full replacement.
Many times when an unfortunate accident happens around a glass table, people throw out or discard the remaining frame and purchase a new table. Merrimack Valley Glass and Mirror are experts in returning your table back to its previous glory. If you have a cherished or prized table at your home that you don’t want to have to discard after its glass gets chipped or completely broken, there is a good chance we can create a custom glass piece that is nearly identical to your old table.
Frequently Asked Questions About Glass Tables:
How Do I Clean A Glass Table?
When cleaning a glass table you want to avoid scratching it. To do this you need to make sure you wipe off any crumbs or debris off the table and avoid using materials that cause scratches. You can buy glass cleaner from most department stores, or make glass cleaner yourself with water, white vinegar, and rubbing alcohol. Either way you want to make sure to be careful when wiping your glass table both when cleaning and drying your carpet.
What Should You Do When Your Glass Table Cracks?
If your glass table is cracked the size of the crack will determine what to do next. If the glass is significantly cracked you might need to replace the glass panel. You do not have to replace the entire table, the frame and stands can be saved and a new glass panel can be attached to them by hiring a glass and mirror company near you. If the crack is minor it can be cleaned and then filled with Epoxy to address the crack. Wider cracks will show the repair job, and reflective services like mirrors will show signs of repair much more obviously.