Can I order my custom glass table top online and have it shipped?
Yes! You may customize your glass table top online and we'll ship it anywhere in the contiguous United States (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, all off-shore U.S. territories and P.O. Box addresses). Please note that glass table tops intended to rest directly on furniture do not require an exact measurement and therefore are recommended for online ordering. However, glass table tops that are made to be inserted into an item of furniture or metal frame do require a very exact measurement and possibly professional installation. To order a glass table top for an embedded or framed table, please contact our glass table top professionals at 1-347-522-3355, or request a quote via Email at 199AvenueT@gmail.com.
How long will it take to manufacture my custom glass table top?
After your order is received, our manufacturing process usually takes 5 to 7 business days. Once your order is fulfilled, we will ship it immediately and send you a confirmation email with tracking information.
What are the available thicknesses that I can order for my custom glass table top?
For those ordering online, four thicknesses are offered: 3/16", 1/4", 3/8", and 1/2". To discuss options regarding other glass table top thicknesses, please contact our glass table top professionals at 1-866-452-7707, or request a quote.
What is a "corner finish", and what types are offered?
For all shapes with edges (i.e. – square, triangle, rectangle), corners are usually nice and sharp to create a clean line. However, if you have small children or pets, you may want to finish to corners for safety. Corner finishes offered are listed below:
- Eased corner: glass corners are sanded down slightly to relieve sharp edges
- Radius and polished corner: corners are cut down to a radius and then polished
- Clip and polished corner: corners are cut down to a 45 degree angle and then polished
What is tempered glass and when is it recommended?
Tempering is a process applied to glass to prevent cracking into hsarp shards.It's highly recommended as it helps to lower the risks of cuts and other injuries. Tempering is recomended to be applied to glass table tops and other funiture.