Port St. Lucie has found its supplier for all types of laminated glass. Express Impact services Port St. Lucie with a wide range of commercial and industrial glass for businesses and home use. Contractors, builders, and manufacturers comes to us as their Port St. Lucie-based wholesale supplier for all types of glass.
Need glass fast? Call us at once at 305-529-3795
Our prices are second-to-none, and whether we’re “near you” or not is immaterial, as we ship and supply glass throughout Florida, not just Port St. Lucie.
Here are some of the types of commercial glass we provide to Port St. Lucie businesses, residents, and other corporate entities:
Laminated Glass including laminated safety and customer laminated glass. We even supply glass that is cut to size.
Custom Glass. Give us your measurements and requirements and we can source or manufacture whatever type of glass you need.
Safety Glass. Safety comes first and laminated and/or tempered glass is the industry’s choice.
Blast-resistant, hurricane, and/or impact-resistant glass. Miami businesses and homes often have special needs and we supply them.
All commercial glass types. We supply everything from laminated to safety to tempered glass for you. Just call for a quote based on your needs and specifications.
Local to Port St. Lucie. You don’t want an out-of-state glass company but rather a born and bred Florida glass supplier. That’ us.
With our glass manufacturing center in Medley, Florida, our company is convenient to all of Port St. Lucie county, and of course especially Port St. Lucie.
Port St. Lucie Factoid
As the top-rated glass manufacturer that supplies Port St. Lucie, we love the city. Here’s a fun factoid.
According to historians, it is believed that the name “St. Lucie” was first given to this area by the Spanish. The name was given after the Spanish began construction of a fort on December 13 – the feast day of the Roman Catholic Saint Lucia.
The “Santa Lucia” colony was established somewhere between Vero Beach and Stuart around 1567, as old Spanish maps identify this area as Santa Lucia, which included roughly what is now known as Vero Beach to Stuart. The Spanish held Florida from 1783 to 1819. Seminoles (Creek Indians from Alabama and Georgia) and runaway slaves began to settle on the Treasure Coast. The Anglo-Saxon version, “St. Lucie,” would not be officially used to identify the area until the 1900s.