Call us for a quote on your broken glassware (510)-487-1390
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We can repair scientific glassware, anything from a simple joint on a boiling flask to a broken carboy or a cracked wiped film system (WFE repair). We know that broken glass is downtime which can be incredible costly so our repair service is unique in that we don't let your order fall to the bottom of a pile. We have an in house glass blowing studio so we can begin working on your repair as soon as it arrives.
Located in Riverside, CA for local drop offs, or you can ship us your piece from anywhere in the US. Our glass blower repairs your piece in house so we can accommodate your needs. Call us for a quote and estimated repair time.
A simple glassware repair such as replacing a joint for example is roughly $100 + parts, and is usually less than $200 in total. Depending on the severity of damage, we can estimate a price for labor and parts within a day. Call us about your repair and you will receive a quote the same day for pricing and lead time estimates on your glass.
Since every repair is unique and we can only give a rough estimate to the cost when quoting over the phone/email.
Glassware Customization Options
Our team provides custom scientific glassware if you want to change anything about your current product or start a custom piece from scratch. Goldleaf can help with engineering, planning, drawings, and manufacturing of your custom glassware. Send us your ideas and we can provide custom lab glass solutions.
All repair work is accepted on a best effort basis with no guarantee or warranty of a successful repair. Due to the unpredictable nature of glass your item may be further damaged or destroyed in the repair attempt as adding heat to compromised and broken glass is always a risk. This is an unavoidable risk but if your item should break we will contact you to discuss additional steps to complete the repair before proceeding. We do not accept liability of any kind for damage to the glass or the loss of the object. You will not be charged if the repair attempt fails
Please see our repair guide here