Glass Repair Services. The best way to contact us is by phone. We answer our phones 24/7, Our Locations:
110 East Broward Blvd., Suite 1700, Fort lauderdale, Fl 33301 | 905-606-0524
8269 W Broward Blvd #472, Plantation Fl 33324 | 754-216-5331
8202 Wiles Road #133, Coral Springs Fl 33067 | 954-905-8989
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Fort Lauderdale: Glass Repair Services
If you live or work in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, we’re convenient to you! Most people simply contact us via the Web form or call us at the phone number above, rather than dropping by at our glass repair service location in Fort Lauderdale. Why? Well, because – let’s be honest – generally you have a sliding glass door, a home window, or a business entryway door that is in (urgent) need of repair, and you want US to come to YOU.
Glass Repair Services
Here are some of the service that we offer to Fort Lauderdale businesses and homes for glass repair. Remember: generally speaking, we do EVERYTHING with respect to glass repair EXCEPT autos and smart phones. So if you’re looking for the best glass repair service in Fort Lauderdale, you’ve found it!
- Sliding Glass Doors – a perennial favorite, we repair and replace all models of sliding glass doors. If you have a sliding glass door that’s broken, we can fix it. If you have one that’s old, we can replace it. And, if you’re not sure, we can come by and give a free estimate so you know both the cost of a glass door replacement and of a glass door repair. We let you decide.
- Home Window Repair – most of us have quite a few windows in our South Florida homes, to let in that beautiful sun (but not the heat). We are experts in all kinds of home window repairs and replacements up to and including the new ‘hurricane glass’ or ‘tempered glass.’ It’s often also called ‘safety glass.’ Whatever you call it, we can repair your existing home windows and/or replace them with the latest and greatest in home windows.
- Residential Glass Repair – it’s obvious by now, that we’re the #1 glass repair service in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for homes. Give us a call TODAY for your residential repair or replacement needs. Free estimates.
- Commercial Glass Repair – we are not just a local business in Fort Lauderdale – we support local businesses such as restaurants, apartment complexes, condo associations, shopping malls and others that need commercial glass repair services. If you’re a business, give us a call today! Not only do we offer free estimates but we can come out and pre-measure your glass windows or sliding glass doors. It’s great for apartment complexes or condo associations, so that when you have a breakage, we can fix it immediately.
- Board Up Services – we have the largest stock in the city, but if we can’t fix your glass window or glass door, we can ‘board it up,’ while we wait for the parts to come in. So, in summary, we’re the #1 Fort Lauderdale board up service.
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Fun Historical Facts about Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Plans are underway for more projects in partnership with the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau. The Greeks see the opportunity to gain exposure and fundraise for scholarships and mentorships while promoting the CVB’s economic development and tourism initiative which is drawing influential groups to the area including the National Urban League in July. Black settlers, workers, educational leaders, and activists have played significant roles in Greater Fort Lauderdale’s evolution, often facing formidable obstacles. They are the area’s pioneer multicultural residents. Black men served aboard Spanish ships that first explored the Florida coast in the 1500s and 1600s. Later, runaway slaves carved out a refuge in what was considered uninhabitable land until Florida became a state in 1821, and they served in the United States Army as scouts and interpreters. They also fought alongside Seminoles during the Second Seminole War of the 1830s and 1840s when Major William Lauderdale led a detachment to battle the Native American Indian warriors and capture their farmlands. A Black cook, whose name is unknown, was the only companion of young Ohioan Frank Stranahan aside from Seminole traders when he opened an overnight camp and ferry crossing in the late 1890s. The Stranahan Trading Post on the New River in what would become downtown Fort Lauderdale became a South Florida landmark. The Stranahan House was restored and now offers public tours.
Black workers helped build the extension of Henry Flagler’s railroad from Jacksonville to Miami and clear the way for development of the area. They worked side-by-side with White settlers from Pompano Beach south to Hallandale as farmers growing tomatoes and other vegetables and packing and shipping them off to market. After Fort Lauderdale was incorporated in 1910, however, segregation became entrenched as the area began to grow, and Black residents were proscribed to areas west of the tracks. Still, historic photographs record a robust community life by the 1930s as more Blacks moved in from other parts of the South changing the largely rural area.