Bellingham Window Installers
We install Windows, Sunrooms and Solariums, Mirrors, shower doors, skylights and all other of your glass needs
When you are looking for a superior standard of windowing in the city of Bellingham, WA, we should always be your first port of call. Our name is Bellingham Window Installers, and we are the premier supplier of custom glass, anywhere in town. We have been serving residential and commercial customers with the highest quality and care for many years. We have discovered new ways to make windows work better. We believe that glass can transform a room, bringing in natural light and connecting the space to the outdoors. We are passionate about these things, and this is why our team is so dedicated to doing more for clients. Share your unique glass needs and ideas with us and we will be happy to help you realize them.
Since our founding, we have been exploring new possibilities with glass. You will find that your home is more appealing when you go beyond simple window solutions. Sunrooms and bespoke doors for showers are examples of everyday luxury that you can enjoy. We are confident that our team's design skills and can-do attitude will enable us to achieve these things. You can expect the best from us because we never compromise on quality. Therefore, speak to one of the friendly members of our team today and start taking your first steps to better glass for your property.
Bellingham ( BEL-ing-ham) is the most populous city in, and county seat of Whatcom County in the U.S. state of Washington. It lies 21 miles (34 km) south of the U.S.–Canada border and in between Vancouver, British Columbia (located 52 miles (84 km) to the northwest) and Seattle (90 miles (140 km) to the south). The city had a population of 91,482 as of the 2020 census. It is the site of Western Washington University. Bellingham is the northernmost city with a population of more than 90,000 people in the contiguous United States.237 acres of former industrial land on the Bellingham waterfront is currently undergoing redevelopment, representing a significant turn from Bellingham's industrial past, and the first time new buildings have been built on Bellingham's Waterfront in decades.