Kits Glass (Kitsilano Stained Glass Ltd.) is named after one of Vancouver B.C.’s most popular waterfront areas (Kitsilano Beach). Founded in 1981, Kits Glass initially produced custom decorative glass for the commercial, residential and ecclesiastical markets in the Vancouver area. As it became known for its high quality products and reliable service, its market spread throughout North America and into Europe and Asia.
With over 35 years of experience, Kits Glass is proud to be one of the premier full service custom and production glass suppliers in the industry today, serving both the homeowner, and manufacturer. Whether it is a one off custom piece for the homeowner, or a proprietary line for the manufacturer, we can design, manufacture and deliver it.
Our products include but are not limited to:
- Stained, Beleved, and Sandblasted Glass.
- Wrought Iron
- Blinds between glass.
- Sealed units.
We also do commercial and Ecclesiastical Glass. Our impressive portfolio includes Toronto's Skydome and Bata Shoe Museum, Vancouver's International Airport (The Great Wave Wall), Robson Courthouse, and The Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria's Fairmont Empress Hotel (The Palm Court's Stained Glass Dome), and Mission's Westminster Abbey among others.
With two manufacturing locations with a combined 80,000 square feet of space, design and CAD services, Kits Glass can produce virtually anything conceivable.
If you can imagine it, Kits Glass can create it.
Custom Decorative Glass, Stained Glass, Sandblasted Glass, Wrought Iron, Glass Installations, Carved Glass, Restoration, Church Glass, Ecclesiastical Glass, Door Inserts
Alluvia, Anmore, Arbutus Ridge, Barnet, Belcarra, Burnaby, Coal Harbour, Colebrook, Coquitlam, Deep Cove, Delta, Hastings-Sunrise, Ioco, Killarney, Kitsilano, Ladner, New Westminster, North Burnaby, North Surrey, North Vancouver, Panorama Park, Port Coquitlam, Port Mann, Port Moody, Renfrew-Collingwood, Richmond, Steelhead, Steveston, Sunset, Surrey, Vancouver, West Point Grey, Yaletown, British Columbia and Alberta