Products & Services
Consider our expertise at your disposal to ensure you get the most value for the shower products and services you need. As tempered glass shower installation experts, we strive for excellence. With All Ontario Glass, customer satisfaction is guaranteed, so arrange a consultation. We also provide a number of metallic finishes for the metal parts of your shower, including the handle, hinges, towel bars, clamps and channels.
Our confidence and experience has given us the ability to take on jobs of all kinds that require extra care or problem solving. We welcome the opportunity to create unique and individual designs that give your bathroom the look and functionality you are looking for. Come to us for glass and mirrors in the GTA. Have a look at our projects here.
We provide comprehensive services when it comes to glass and mirror installation services in Toronto. We extend our services for both residential and commercial properties. From glass panes to windows to custom glass walls and shower enclosure, we provide glass services for all requirements. You can also pick and choose various designs that are available with us. If you need customized designs, we are here to provide it for you.
Sandblasting or acid-etching a glass door or mirror is an easy way to personalize the look of your bathroom. We can add small enhancements to your mirrors or etch large privacy strips across your shower doors, so let our design team know what you’re looking for. The major difference between the two is that acid-etching provides a true frosted look and is easy to maintain, while sandblasting offers more versatility in creating design effects.
All of our fully insured certified technicians at All Ontario Glass are fast, reliable, and professional. Come to us for trusted service by our designers and glass experts. We will match any written quote, sparing no effort to make sure you are pleased with both our staff and the quality of our products and services. Get a free estimate for your glass and mirror installation project in Toronto.