Specializing in interior residential custom glass design and installation, J. Witwicki Glassworks has been servicing Vancouver and surrounding areas for over 20 years.
With extensive experience in designing and installing custom glass showers, mirrors, handrails, architectural aluminum, stainless steel and glass art, J. Witwicki Glassworks is committed to providing the best in service and craftsmanship to its’ clients. J. Witwicki Glassworks is fully insured and ready to serve you on your next glass work project.
In the words of Jason Witwicki, Owner and Operator of J. Witwicki Glassworks - “Custom Design looks great and the final result looks very high-end, but doesn’t necessarily mean high cost. That’s the most common misconception of what Custom Design means, especially with J. Witwicki Glassworks”.
We are in the business of creating reality from our client’s vision and we can, and will, always find a way to design and create a final product that is specifically suited to individual needs. We rely on clear and concise communication to fully understand what our client is looking for. This creates a great relationship and instills a very high level of trust. We have a great grasp of the fine details and can envision the final product. Our goal is to create the best custom design to achieve 100% client satisfaction.
Jason Witwicki has been in the glass industry since 1992. Working with everything from curtain wall and store front glass to interior and architectural glass, he has found a passion for the finer, more precise side of the trade.
During and after graduating with top marks from the glazing apprenticeship program at BCIT, Jason worked at a large, multi-national glazing company gaining experience over seven years, then moved to a smaller, well known, local shop. At this point in his career he was a specialist in high end interior and architectural glass. He was quickly recognized for his skill and passion and was made foreman after just 3 years of his ten year stay. Realizing his passion and commitment to fine workmanship, it was then that he decided to strike out on his own.Putting his own name on the business was definitely a way to ensure the quality of work would always be of utmost importance.