Dallas Commercial Glaziers

Lone Star Glass & Aluminum employs many types of techniques in building commercial storefronts in Dallas . We can do almost anything you can think of that involves glass and aluminum. We have over 30 years of experience in the glass industry. Some of the standard components we use are:

  • 1-3/4″ x 4-1/2″ Flush glazed storefront systems for 1/4” plate, tempered, & laminate
  • 2″ x 4-1/2″ Flush glazed storefront systems for thermal insulated glass units
  • Screw spline assembly
  • Shear block assembly
  • Standard (3070 / 6070) doors or custom doors to meet your specifications
  • Full range of accessory components
  • Metal & doors supplied by US Aluminum, Columbia, Kawneer, Vistawall, YKK
  • Available in your choice of architectural coatings and anodized finishes

Other commercial services we supply are:

  • Commercial Glass door repair
  • All types of safety glass (tempered, laminate)
  • Emergency board-ups
  • Lexan , Plexiglas and wire glass
  • Thermal insulated glass
  • Custom mirror designs (mirrors for gyms, dance studios)
  • Desk tops, table tops

What Is 3070 Storefront Door

A 3070 storefront door is a standard, single storefront door.
The dimensions for this storefront door are roughly 40″ width x 86″ height.
The width measurements are taken from the outside to outside frame.
The height measurements are taken from the floor to the top of the frame

What Is 6070 Storefront Doors

6070 storefront doors is a standard pair of double storefront doors.
The dimensions for this storefront door are roughly 76″ width x 86″ height.
The width measurements are taken from the outside to outside frame.
The height measurements are taken from the floor to the top of the frame

Storefront Door Stiles

Storefront doors stiles refer to the width of the storefront door face. Narrow for a narrow stile face, Medium for a medium stile face, and Wide for a wide stile face.

Typical Stile Widths

  • Narrow Stile: 2 1/8″
  • Medium Stile: 3 1/2″
  • Wide Stile: 5″

Typical Stile Usage

  • Narrow Stile: Most commonly used and is for non-high traffic areas
  • Medium Stile: Mid traffic, commonly used for places like convenient stores and architectural viewing purposes
  • Wide Stile: High traffic, commonly used for places like post offices and a big retail store like Wal-Mart