Thick Glass Countertops are not only functional, a glass countertop will be a work of art for your home. Texture and movement is cast into the glass. This design is entirely customizable and you can even be the artist. We love the clean look of Ultra clear glass where the iron is removed and the glass is as pure as possible. Low Iron glass eliminates the green hue we see in standard clear. The glass can also be back painted to any color you specify. Just want a little color? Rainbow of colors can be added to the glass.
Clear Glass Countertop
Glass countertops can be cut and fabricated for your budget. This 3/4″ countertop was a budget friendly option. We love how this chiseled edge customized the 3/4″ glass.
Hardware used for your glass countertop will be determined during the design process. Glass standoffs are one method for installation of glass countertops. Standoffs will determine how high your glass will sit. A low profile standoff of 1-2″ is commonly used. For a more dramatic look we have standoffs 6″ tall.
Glass Table Top
Do you want a thick artisan made glass countertop, but don’t have a spot for it in your home? Consider a handmade glass table top!
A thick Glass High Bar is a popular way to incorporate the modern look of glass into your home. Glass High Bars are commonly 16″ wide and are custom made to your countertop dimensions. A glass high bar with an overhang requires a unique support system to support the cantilevered glass. Custom made supports are welded out of 1″ thick stainless steel. The handmade supports will make your high bar appear as if it’s floating above your countertop. Three supports were used to install this 1″ thick circular high bar.
Back Painted Glass
If you are using a back painted glass countertop, you might not need any hardware. The painted back glass can sit directly on your existing vanity or counter.
Visit our showroom and see the largest selection and displays of glass countertops in South Florida! Builders Glass of Bonita, Inc. is located at 24181 S. Tamiami Trail #4. We are located directly on US 41, right across from the old Ship.