GLASS & GLAZING FOR INSTITUTIONS
Need glasswork and contract glazing for your church, hospital, or other organization in oregon, washington, or california? Reach out to black line glazing today to start the conversation
Why Work With Black Line Glazing?
Community projects (such as hospitals, churches, and retirement facilities) are uniquely different, but they all serve our communities. Just as the architecture varies, so do the products used on these projects. In our experience, community projects often utilize specialty products, such as sunshades, automatic entrances, art glass, ICU entrances, and glass railings.
Here are some things that make our company unique:
We pride ourselves on exceptional quality with every job. Our skilled union glaziers have years of experience and know the ins and outs of installing all types of systems.
FRIENDLY, EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONALS
When you choose Black Line Glazing, you can expect a top-notch customer service experience and great service all around. Our team is responsive, friendly, easy to work with, and dedicated to getting the job done quickly and professionally. Our goal is to be uniquely different as a company.
A VAST RANGE OF GLAZING AND GLASS SERVICES
Our team can assist you in whatever your glass and glazing needs might be. Our experience ranges from simple to complex projects. We have experience in the most basic of products, such as mirrors, storefronts, and entrances to complex structural, ballistic, and unitized curtain walls. We have vast knowledge of commercial windows, glass walls, and railings, as well as the various applications seen with all systems.
Most of the materials we work with are extruded aluminum and fabricated glass products. The extruded aluminum arrives in our facility in stock length form. Our skilled fabricators then cut the extruded aluminum to size, prep it to the contract specifications and job conditions, and assemble it to create a complete system. After assembly, the completed material goes through an in-house quality control process.
Then, the assembled systems are loaded onto our custom-designed transport vehicles and delivered to the job site. Once on-site, our union-trained glaziers install the frames, glass, accompanying components, and caulking to ensure a water-tight completed system.