At Tampa Bay Glass Masters we offer years of experience in most all aspects of the glass replacement market. There is a wide variety of glass needs from: wanting a glass tabletop or a new frame less glass shower enclosure, maybe you have a foggy window; you are tired of not being able to see through or maybe you have a mirror that has an ugly discoloration; you are tired of seeing.

Glass Tabletops

With Tampa Bay Glass Masters experienced staff we do all types of tabletops. We do anything from your basic circles and rectangles. We do any custom patterns on any curved tabletops. You can choose between a basic ground/polished edge and the more ornate beveling.

Frameless Shower Enclosures

This is the forte of the staff of Tampa Bay Glass Masters. When one of our experienced technicians comes to you for the measure, we will discuss all options that you may be interested in for your shower experience. Then the drawing will be taken back to the office and forwarded on to the vendor for pricing for your enclosure. We then will get in touch with you and proceed from there. We do all shower enclosures from tub enclosures to complete steam enclosures with movable transom glass.

Foggy Windows

This is what is called a broken seal between two pieces of glass which allows moisture to build up between two panes of glass. This is when you start seeing discoloration and the white build up in the window. We are capable of changing a large number of these units. From clear to Low-E energy inefficient glass, standard glue on grids to in-glass grids. Even the decorative in-glass grids can be replaced but this process will require a pattern to be made and the old glass unit removed and replaced with the wood pattern during the process of making the new glass unit.


We offer all types of mirror applications for your needs. You see some completely custom arch designs in the gallery to your everyday rectangular bathroom mirrors. We offer electrical cut outs and mirror receptacles for most all applications. We do also offer bevel striping as framing around new or existing mirrors.