Commercial Glass for New Construction

Every new construction project includes windows and doors. Choose the best looking and the best performing when you work with Rice Lake Glass & Door Co., Inc, serving Rice Lake, Spooner, Eau Claire, WI, and the surrounding areas.

Commercial Glass Curtain Walls

Utilizing natural light and designing for maximum efficiency and comfort are priorities for most building owners today. We have extensive experience in working with curtain wall glass projects of varying magnitude. When your project calls for commercial glass, call Rice Lake Glass & Door Co., Inc.

Entry Doors and Store Fronts

The appearance and operation of your business entry is the first impression your business makes on your customers. Let us help you make the best first impression with attractive, functional, and convenient exterior doors and storefronts.

Overhead Doors

Whether you need an attractive commercial glass solution or heavy-duty doors for the toughest industrial application, Rice Lake Glass sells, installs, and services the doors you need to keep your business operating. Our experience includes loading docks, drive-in doors, fire doors, overhead doors for cold storage areas, doors for specialized height or speed of operation, and other unique applications. If you are building new or upgrading doors in your facility visit with Rice Lake Glass & Door Co., Inc. about your options.

Commercial Glass for Restoration Projects

Does your commercial project include restoration? We have been trusted to work with properties on the National Register of Historic Places and National Parks to provide glass and door repair and replacement to improve efficiency, repair outdated or unsafe problems, and to restore the property carefully and accurately.

For your next project, contact Rice Lake Glass, located in Rice Lake, WI and serving the surrounding areas, including Eau Claire and Spooner.

Glass Window Curtain Wall, located at the Rice Lake High School Science Lab in Wisconsin.

Glass Window Curtain Wall, located at the Rice Lake High School Science Lab in Wisconsin.