Angel's Glass & Mirror

Angel's Glass & Mirror Custom Glass Company in Los Angeles, California Angel's Glass & Mirror offers custom glass products including windows, mirrors, and frameless shower doors.

We specialize in a wide range of commercial and residential products and services. With our custom glass, we give you not only quality products but also skilled technicians that have the experience to ensure excellent service.


Did you know that most stress fractures in thermal glass windows start at the edge of the pane? Because the frame protects the edge of the glass, it remains cooler than the rest of the pane that get direct sunlight.


Kitchens and bathrooms are key rooms in every home. When you have elegant personal touches, it can not only increase your home’s value, but also provide a relaxing and calming oasis for you to retreat to everyday.


When board up solutions are improperly installed, it could lead to leaks or water damage issues during rainstorms. This can further deteriorate your property, leading to more expenses. Hence, it’s imperative to hire professional board up services.


For any sliding glass doors you may have in your home, we recommend using laminated glass. This product is made by sandwiching a sheet of PVB between two layers of glass. It strengthens the glass while also preventing it from shattering into shards if broken.


Larger openings require stiffer, sturdier plywood. For openings designed to accommodate French or sliding glass doors, for instance, the property preservation industry recommends a minimum of ¾ inch plywood sheeting.


When it comes to designing your custom shower doors, there are a couple of details you need to keep in mind. This includes the positioning of the shower head and the exact measurements of the tub/shower in relation to the room.


Windows have been made out of wood for centuries, and with good reason. As long as you take care of them, they'll last for a good amount of time. An experienced window repairer knows this, and can help you extend the life of your windows.


Openings that are 10 feet aboveground or higher don’t need to be reinforced as much as lower openings. Any opening accessible from the ground is reinforced with extra bolts.


Glass is one of the most versatile building materials and has many uses in the home beyond just windows. Custom colors, shapes, and textures can be installed that complement the look and feel of any home. Ask your local glass company for inspiration and ideas.


Are you concerned that having a piece of cardboard duct taped where a missing glass pane goes is like a welcome mat for burglars? Let’s talk about the nature of the damage to your windows and how quickly we can help with the replacement.


Do you hate the idea of hiding your beautiful wood table under a tablecloth? When you want to protect the wood without hiding it from the world, adding a glass overlay is the solution.


When choosing windows for inside a shower or bathtub area, tempered glass is an excellent choice. If the glass window gets broken, it shatters into small, non-sharp pieces instead of dangerous shards of glass that can easily cut a person.


Do you ever feel like solid cabinet doors encourage you to leave dishes, spices, and cookware in disarray? By installing glass-front cabinets, you’ll have more of an incentive to keep cabinets organized.


Are you going to remodel your home or business? In the meantime, it’s always good to board it up in order to prevent unwanted intrusions. When you plan to shut down your property for some time, always turn to us.


Essentially, residential safety glass refers to any type of glass that doesn’t pose a significant hazard when broken. Safety glass is required for several residential applications, including door glass, bathroom tub and shower enclosures, and sidelights.


Double-glazed insulated windows were invented in the 1930s, and became widely available in the 1950s. Today, most windows are double-glazed. These more efficient windows are made from two sheets of glass, or glazes, with insulating space between them.


When designing your custom bathroom mirror, consider mirror strips for a contemporary look. Essentially, these are strips of mirror placed decoratively around the main mirror, forming a border.


Roof damage can also be tarped over to prevent rain or the elements from getting inside. Any damage should be covered promptly to protect the home.


When remodeling a bathroom, make sure the mirror matches the vanity. It should not extend beyond the sides of the vanity. However, if there is side lighting, they can go beyond the vanity.


A wild animal or a bird doesn’t need much room to get in your home. Even a small broken window is enough to invite these intruders in and wreaking havoc. Board up services provide protection from these animals.


So how is frosted decorative glass for kitchen or bath cabinet inserts made? Here, the glass is blasted with sand or grit to achieve its semi-translucent quality. It can also be etched with custom designs to create a one-of-a-kind style.


Sometimes your windows can be repaired instead of being replaced, so check to see how well your windows are functioning for your whole house before deciding to replace windows or repair them.


Keeping the glass in your home clean and free of spots and fingerprints is sometimes a challenge. Although many people don't consider it, the water you use to clean the glass is important. If you're diluting your cleaner with water, consider making it distilled water, so you're not leaving more spots and streaks than you're taking away.


Garages can be boarded up too. Most garage doors are not reinforced, meaning that in extreme weather, they most likely will buckle if they are not reinforced.


Energy efficiency is about more than just the glass. It's also about how the window is constructed, and what coatings are on the window. Since the Depart of Energy estimates 10% to 25% of heat is lost through the windows, it's a good idea to work with a window expert to get the right replacement windows.


Glass shelving typically comes in both a quarter of an inch and three-eighths of an inch thicknesses. The type of shelving you will need will depend on the particular configuration of the space and what you plan to store there.


What material often found in coastal areas is the major ingredient used to make window glass? If you guessed silicon dioxide, or a key component in most beach sand, you're right.


Did you know that replacing your home’s windows can increase its value quite substantially? In most cases, replacement windows can increase your home’s value by about 96 percent of the price of the new windows.


The origin of glassmaking is a bit of a historical mystery. While glass pots were made in Egypt around 1500 B.C., they were made by prisoners. The prisoners were brought to Egypt after a military campaign in Asia, so the first glassmakers may have been from this region.


Recent advancements in window glass treatments and production has created a new range of green windows. If your windows are getting a little old, or if you'd like to go green, an experienced window replacer can help you find the correct green options for your home.


A glass door on your fireplace lets you enjoy the light of your fire without letting all of the heat out into the room. However, the glass door has to be made of glass that can take the heat. Glass experts can make sure the fire doors can hold up to the fire.


Did you know that plywood is actually made of thin sheets of wood and glue? In a nutshell, thin sheets of wood are peeled from logs and coated with glue. These are then stacked together and pressed into the final product.


So what exactly does U-value refer to when it comes to residential window glass? This is the heat flow rate through the glass surface. Essentially, the lower the U-value, the less heat that is going to be transmitted through the glazing material.


Who’s not aware of the changing global climate over the past few years! With the increasing frequency of tornadoes, hurricanes, storms and other natural events, property damage is quite expected. Fortunately, our board up services are always here to help.


If you look around restaurants, you'll notice that many of them use mirrors to add visual interest and modern style to their decor. You can recreate this effect in your own home by adding mirrors in the dining room.


If you really want to enhance the decorative look of your home, hoodmold windows are an excellent choice. These standard rectangular windows have an arched window on top to add some extra flair.


Tempered glass is stronger and has higher edge strength than normal annealed glass. Also, the tempered glass is safer: if it breaks, it immediately disintegrates into small pieces, which reduces the likelihood of serious injury.


Did you know that using glass in windows is actually quite an old practice? The Ancient Romans are known for being ahead of the curve in many fields and windows is no exception. The Romans were the first known civilization to have glass in their windows.


Custom showers are a great choice for homeowners who want an elegant feel while simultaneously enjoying comfort and flexibility with their bathroom design.


The first windshield repair company used a system with ultra sound vibrations that cleaned the cracked glass and injected a resin adhesive into the space. Although the equipment did the job, the company that started Scotch Weld in 1971 eventually pursued other projects.


4567 S Centinela Avenue
Los Angeles, CA

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 3pm


(424) 216-9021


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