There’s a reason that the majority of our customers come back over and over again. Actually, there are lots of them.
As a full service fabricator and manufacturer, we can deliver the right solution for your project, every time:
Crating our glass eliminates a number of problems that typically cause project delays:
Fewer breakages - crates protect the glass better than trucks equipped with glass racks
On-time delivery - crating means glass can be delivered and stored easily, and unloaded without specialist equipment
No weathering - crated glass is not exposed to the elements, meaning it arrives clean and ready for installation
Clear pricing - we don’t tack on fuel surcharges or other fees. The price we quote is the price you pay.
We’re not just experts in producing glass: our forward-thinking engineering department can create unique, custom solutions to help you bring any project idea to life:
“I don’t remember the circumstances, but we were missing a handful of pieces for a shipment that was going out on Monday. So [a Dillmeier employee] jumped in a car and drove five hours to Kansas City and delivered it and drove back. That’s a really dedicated guy.”
- Jake Schopp, partner and co-founder, iCON Architecture + Fabrication
Combining decorative aesthetics with the ability to stimulate and capture creative collaboration, Dillmeier Glass Company’s markerboards are the perfect choice for:
Blending beauty with technology, markerboards can be color-matched using our customized flame-forged color process for a cohesive, branded look. Specialized cutouts facilitate easy tablet integration for a more streamlined presentation.
We offer a full suite of glass fabrication and customization services. Review just a few of our offerings below, and contact us with any questions.
“They ended up shipping the glass to us and then came to our location and literally bonded it and put it together. Then we determined it still wasn’t right, so they came back on a second trip to help us install some hardware and doors and give us some advice.”
Mike Watson, Subcontractor Manager, Dimensional Innovations
Glass Barriers, also known as Sneeze Guards, are now being utilized in retail applications to limit person-to-person interactions between employees and customers during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you need a sneeze guard for your own retail application, contact us. We now offer a full line of tempered glass barriers, ready to be customized for any application.
Glass Magazine, an online resource for those in the flat glass and metal industries including glass fabricators, retailers and manufacturers, architects and glazing contractors, recently named the 2020 Top Glass Fabricators in its March 2020 issue.