At GGW, LLC. we are constantly learning and utilizing the latest glass technologies to benefit our customers. From improved safety to more economical glass products, we believe in staying on the proverbial "cutting edge" of our industry, which is why we attend seminars and conferences on new glass technologies. Some of our products include:


Light transparent weather resistant thermoplastic.



Transparent plastic (polycarbonate) of high impact strength, used for cockpit canopies, bulletproof screens, etc.


Obscure Glass

Sheet glass made translucent or opaque (as by roughening one side)


Safety Glass

Tempered – Special heat-treated, high-strength safety glass which shatters into pebble-sized particles and not in slivers.
Laminated – Glass made with plates of plastic or resin or other material between two sheets of glass to prevent shattering.


Custom Mirrors

Mirrors made to your exact specifications.


Fire Rated Glass

Fire protective glazing that is specifically used to restrict the transfer of heat, smoke or fire. Ratings and thickness vary depending on the length of time the glass is subjected to heat.


Wire Glass

Sheet glass reinforced with wire netting.




Energy Saving Low E Glass

Energy Saving Low E Glass has low emissivity due to a film or metallic coating on the glass or suspended between the two lights of glass to restrict the passage of radiant heat.


Residential Windows

Insulated – A window with multiple glazing that provides one or more air spaces between layers of glazing.
Non-insulated – Monolithic (single pane) glass – commonly seen in storm windows or wooden framed windows – generally 20 years or older.