Pacific Glass Announces Expansion -- New Building, New Showroom, New Employees

Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/19/2012 -- A family-run business since 1984—and a leader in providing glass doors, windows, glass railings, shower doors and more for commercial, residential and construction projects of all shapes and sizes—Los Angeles-based Pacific Glassworks, Inc., has announced a major expansion in the coming months.

This expansion includes a move into a larger facility and a rise in new hires to meet increasing demand.

“We’ve grown with our clients,” says president, Joseph Klaver “and have provided glass railings, storefronts, and specialty glass for projects all over Southern California. Our new facility will allow both existing and new customers a state-of-the-art experience along with the same beloved aesthetics, pricing, and environmental compatibility. Our new space is the future, and our clients’ spaces will be the future, too, when they avail themselves of the resources here.”

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