As a leader in the architectural design community, we’ve been able to continually rethink, refresh, and rediscover new ways to enhance our products to meet the needs of an ever-changing marketplace.
Founded by Jane Skeeter in 1987, UltraGlas pioneered, developed and introduced the unique heat slumping (embossing) process known as UltraGlas® to the U.S. architectural and design communities. We’ve continued to evolve this technology into the most elegant means of incorporating dimensionally functional glass textures, designs, patterns, imagery, palettes and finishes for all architectural applications.
Our commitment to relationship-driven customer service and personal attention is unparalleled, earning us much acclaim. At UltraGlas, every discipline works together seamlessly to quickly solve client issues, provide cutting edge solutions, and create synergy in its true form.
Each Marvin window or door is made to order—not retrieved from a warehouse of finished products. This process allows us to meet each customer’s unique design and performance specifications and enables us to offer the industry’s most extensive selection of shapes, styles, sizes and options.
Dimensional UltraGlasTiles are much more luminous and radiant than other, more traditional tile choices. Tiles are available in many standard sizes, shapes, designs and textures. Custom components may be created to coordinate with very specific needs. Standard glass thickness of UltraGlasTiles... Read more
7 Standard Surface Textures may be combined with any of 31 standard Solid Opaque Colors, or 10 standard Color Patterns. Custom single colors, as well as size, shape and thickness (up to 3/4”) may all be specified. Coefficient of friction requirements, for dry environments, are met by all of... Read more
UltraGlas offers a comprehensive selection of standard textures and designs that naturally express the full range of organic, graphic, traditional, modern and contemporary styles. Custom designs may be commissioned to complement style or motif. - See more at:... Read more