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      How do the edges of the glass come?

      All tempered glass comes with seamed edges , unless otherwise stated. Annealed glass does not have any edge work done to it, unless requested.

      Do you ship?

      Yes, we can ship UPS for an added cost. The largest we can ship UPS is 24" x 36".

      We also can ship via freight carriers. This is at an additional cost that is calculated when an order is completed and crated. Then the cost will be added to the order.

      Can you purchase glass from us if you are not a company?

      Yes, we sell to individuals and companies alike.

      What are your lead times?

      Our lead times vary depending on the job. It depends on demand, supplies and job size. Our lead times are our expected completion of job and do not incuded shipping time.

      How can I get pricing for my job?

      You can send us a request for a quote one of two ways. You can fax us a quote request at 856-273-1999 or via email at

      What are the smallest and largest size of glass you can temper?

      Largest is 59" wide by 120" long.
      Smallest 5" x 5".
      However, trhe smallest size we can polish is 4.5"x4.5"

      What thickness of glass do you temper?

      We can temper any glass 1/8" or thicker up to 1/2". We carry 1/8, 5/32, 3/16, 1/4, 3/8 & 1/2 inches.

      Can I have my own glass tempered?

      Yes, we temper customer's specialty glass as well, as long as it is at least 1/8" or thicker up to 1/2" and is no larger than 59"x120".

      What are you pick up times for customer's?

      Our pick up department is available Monday to Thursday 7:00 am to 2:30 pm and on Friday 7:00 am to 1:30 pm.

      Do you install or feld measure?

      We currently do not install or feild measure a job.

      What You Need To Know About Yacht Glass 

      Finding the right glass for your yacht is important for its functionality and durability of it but also for aesthetic reasons. You want your yacht sea glass to look great as well as have reliability and, most importantly, safety. It can be difficult to select the right yacht glass for your needs without having the right specialist knowledge. That’s where Jersey Tempered Glass, Inc. can help. They have the expertise and know-how to help you get the right glass for your marine project. Let’s take a look at the basics to get you started with finding the right yacht glass for you. 

      The Benefits Of Using Yacht Sea Glass

      Glass has proven to be one the most popular materials to use on boats, yachts, and super yachts alike. It’s massively important when it comes to steering and driving the ship, allowing for optimal vision and directional view. Glass allows a view outward to the sea, which is valuable for so many passengers. As well as these exterior uses, glass is being used more so within the interior of the ship. Particularly for larger yachts and super yachts, glass is used throughout to provide a sense of luxury with this mode of travel. Think glass tables or even glass-bottom pools. The options are endless with your imagination, but that’s why it’s important to have the right glass yacht and planning behind your project.

      Choose Durable And Reliable Glass Yacht

      It’s clear that your sea glass yacht needs to be durable, reliable, and strong. That’s why tempered glass is the best option for you. It’s known as toughened glass because it’s much stronger than any other normal glass. This type of glass is perfect to be used throughout your yacht, from the inside out. The tempering process caused by heating the surface causes a compression of the material. If the glass is shattered, this compression results in the glass breaking into tiny pieces rather than larger dangerous sections. This means tempered glass meets many safety requirements, which is necessary for your yacht. Tempered glass is the right choice for your sea glass yacht, and Jersey Tempered Glass, Inc. can provide it for you.

      What You Should Consider For Your Sea Glass Yacht

      When planning for your yacht glass, there are a number of things you should consider.

      1. Windscreen — Your windscreen is the most important starting point as this allows you to get where you need to go. You must ensure your windscreen will meet safety requirements and stand the rough seas. 
      2. Windows — How many windows do you want, and how big do you want them? More yacht owners want larger windows, so you need to ensure the glass can support such a space. 
      3. Durable — You need to choose glass that will be durable and stand the test of time. There is no other glass surface that will need to withstand the weather as much as that on a yacht. 
      4. Installation — Ensure you find the right support to install your glass to help with the longevity of its life. 

      It’s important to find the right supplier of your yacht sea glass for its overall practicality. The glass needs to be durable to withstand the sea and meet safety requirements. Choose the right glass yacht with support from Jersey Tempered Glass, Inc.