Arctic Glass Outlet Home

Factory direct insulated glass for sunrooms, greenhouses storefronts, & passive solar.

joseph238 [at] centurytel [dot] net
(715) 639-3762

Our customers have done some incredibly creative things with our insulated glass. Because of the tempering, this glass can be used right down to floor level and adjacent to doors. Because of the size of the units, you can create a great feeling of light and space and a connection to the outdoors inside your home. The glass has been used in elegant sunrooms in the most deluxe homes, and it has been used in barns and chicken coops. (Animals appreciate the light that these glass panes provide, too.) The strength the tempering provides is an asset in workshops, offices, storefronts and all commercial buildings.

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GLASS PRICE LIST (all sizes are listed in inches)

Tempered Low-E Thermopanes:

thickness price
20 x 65 x 3/4 49
20 x 81 x 3/4 59
24 3/8 x 70 1/8 x 7/8 69
25 x 73 x 1 69
26 x 65 x 3/4 69
26 x 68 x 3/4 69
26 x 70 5/8 x 3/4 69
26 1/2 x 73 5/8 x 3/4 69
26 3/4 x 77 1/2 x 3/4 69
28 x 67 3/8 x 5/8 69
28 1/2 x 68 3/4 x 3/4 69
28 x 81 x 7/8 79
28 1/4 x 76 1/4 x 5/8 79
31 1/4 x 76 1/4 x 5/8 89
31 1/2 x 70 7/8 x 7/8 89
31 3/4 x 70 1/2 x 7/8 89
31 1/2 x 71 5/16 x 3/4 89
31 7/8 x 72 5/16 x 1 89
32 x 70 9/16 x 7/8 89
32 1/8 x 73 11/16 x 7/8 89
33 1/2 x 73 3/8 x 7/8 89
34 x 68 x 1 129
34 x 76 x 1 129
35 1/8 x 73 3/4 x 1 89
40 1/4 x 82 1/2 x 3/4 119
40 1/2 x 70 x 1 119
42 1/2 x 73 3/4 x 7/8 119
43 1/4 x 73 x 1 119
43 1/2 x 72 3/4 x 3/4 119
44 x 72 1/4 x 3/4 119
45 1/4 x 73 5/8 x 1 119
46 x 76 x 1 169

 Tempered Clear Thermopanes:

thickness price
17 x 60 x 3/4 39
24 3/8 x 70 1/8 x 3/4 59
25 x 73 x 5/8 59
26 1/4 x 66 1/4 x 1 59
26 3/8 x 73 3/4 x 7/8 59
27 7/32 x 75 5/8 x 1 59
28 x 76 x 5/8 59
28 7/8 x 68 7/8 x 1 59
30 3/8 x 70 9/16 x 1 69
30 3/8 x 73 3/4 x 7/8 69
30 9/16 x 76 1/16 x 1 69
31 7/8 x 72 5/16 x 7/8 69
32 x 70 9/16 x 7/8 69
34 x 68 x 1 89
34 x 76 x 1 89
40 1/2 x 70 9/16 x 1 109
43 1/2 x 71 3/8 x 1 109
44 1/4 x 66 x 1 109
44 1/2 x 73 3/8 x 1 109
46 x 76 x 15/16 149


Some of these units are limited in quantities.


63 Responses to Arctic Glass Outlet Home

  1. John Mangum says:

    Are you still in business?


    • kissourglass says:

      I will not be restocking any sizes other than 46 x 76 and 34 x 76. All 44 x 86 are now sold. Because all the glass I sell is built for doors, it is very unusually to find any over 80″ in length.

  3. Dean Dilegge says:

    I was wondering how much it would cost to ship the 32×70 glass you have to pittsburgh pa zip code is 15012 . I only need 2 pieces that size . and also was wondering if there was some kind of frame around them?

  4. Theron sapp says:

    I am building a new house and want a fixed window wall on the family room exterior wall…would the low-E window panels suit my need? I am thinking that I would frame openings with 2×4 studs (or would I need 2×6) and then use 1x to encase/ secure the glass in place. Does it sound like I have the correct train of thought?.. any info much appreciated. (will have 10′ ceilings)

  5. David says:

    Are you still in business?

  6. Jeff Fuller says:

    Do you have anyone going through Madison ? Would like to buy some glass and would pay extra for a delivery closer to home, and if not how well does it travel, have gotten other panels of glass and had some breakage in transit. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you, Jeff Fuller

  7. Ray Rogalski says:

    what is cost to ship 6 – 25″ x 73″ x 1″ , tempered low-e @ $69 to:
    21 Dunnagan Ave., Cle Elum, WA 98922

    • kissourglass says:

      I’m not sure. Crating is 120 bucks. Call several trucking companies in you area and ask them the cost to ship 450# of NMFC # 8696960 freight from zip 54767 to your zip code. It will be cheaper if you ship to a commercial address at your end. Call me at 715 639 3762 before 6 pm your time any evening or after 8 am any morning.

  8. Tony Harsh says:

    How often is this glass inventory updated? Or do you usually have enough in stock where most sizes are available?
    Also what is the difference between Low-e and thermopane?
    Thanks, Tony

    • kissourglass says:

      You need to put the size you need on hold so we will have it when you need it. We have 5 of some sizes and 300+ of others. Low E glass has a coaing on the inne surface of the room side pane that reflect heat radiation back into the living space. Unfortunately, this same coating cuts solar gain by blocking light from entering the structure. Low E glass is great for N, E and W, but not so hot for solar on south facing glass. Joe

  9. Tony Mele says:

    I have a deck across from the ocean. 23 by 15 and I want to block the wind!
    Maybe 4 to 4.5 feet high
    Only two sides need glass
    What do you suggest

  10. Mike says:

    Need 10 low e glass 46×74″

  11. john says:

    I am building an iguana enclosure and need two pieces of glass 20″x65″ and would like the price glass for my project

  12. Andi says:

    With type glass should I use for wine cabinet?

  13. Raj says:


    I would be much obliged if you could advise as to what glass should I use for walls for the rear wall of a loft extension. Thanks


  14. I am building a solarium approximately 25′ long by 14′ wide on a 2′ knee wall. The framing will be engineered 4 X 8 beams. What kind of glass should I use for the roof and sides (5/12 pitch on the roof)? This is a South facing room in a cold climate.

    • kissourglass says:

      Clear tempered insulated glass (doubepane) if you are going to be inspected and get a permit, most localities will require tempered laminated glass on the sloped overhead glass. Check with you local inspector. I used clear doublepane on my sunroom on the overhead glass, because it was considered a proch by my local zoning office, and did not require laminated tempered. Email me a, if you need more info. Arctic Joe

  15. JoAnne R says:

    Do you still have cedar or pine boards I bought glass and cedar siding from you in 1990 for a green house retail store would like to buy more? JoAnne

    • kissourglass says:

      We still have cedar sill boards, and can order other types of cedar siding and panelling and dimension lumber in quantities of over 500 lineal feet.. Joe

  16. Ernest Mckee says:

    I need a pain 30 x 70 or so not exact and 2 30 x30 not axact as l9ng as the the same height as the other piece anything along those lines?

  17. J.Ferrell says:

    I;m planning a sunroom that 11″X24 with a doubled pane french door, and 3 1/2 wood
    structure at the bottom surround. I also plan to install the glass panes on their sides
    and estimate my glass panels to be 4′ wide X 44 or 44 1/2″ long, leaving an open
    area about 33-34″ wide for the french door. Are my estimate of panel needs correct.
    I would also need to panels for the two sides, and could fill in with wood frame as nec’y.
    Suggestions, please. And what attachments would I need for framing panels onto wood
    post sections between each oblong glass panel? The room height would be 8 feet, and
    I wouldn’t mind adding wood framing of about 6″ down from where the standard roofing
    overhangs to meet the glass panels.

    • kissourglass says:

      Due to liability problems, we cannot make any specific design suggestions. Try to use standard 34 x 76 x 1″ tempered glass, as it is a standard size for patio doors, and is mass produced and affordable. Joe

  18. Doug Kalmer says:

    My wife and I designed and built our passive solar home in the early 1980’s, a key ingredient is the 9 large south facing windows. I originally bought unframed Insulated Glass Units (IGU) in sliding glass door replacement sizes-I have 7- 34″ x 76″, one 28″ x 76″, and one 46″ x 76″. I made frames of full size 2×8″ to set them in, and used 3/4″ 1/4 round to trim them out. I set them on mounting blocks, and used only butyl sealant around them. I have been plagued by fogging, replacing many IGU’s over the years. I need 2 34’s and a 46 now. I want a more permanent solution. I was wondering if buying a framed IGU would last longer, and if so, what type of framing, and how much glass area will I lose? As we depend on these windows for much of our space heating, I want as large an area of clear insulated glass that I can get, so how narrow a frame is available? Or do you have any other ideas that might help this situation? Thank you, Doug Kalmer

  19. Demi says:


    Learnt your company run Tempered Glass and Glass Products .We are Glass professional processing manufacturer that with 30 years experience in China.

    Our main products are Tempered Glass, Laminated Glass,Low-e Insulated Glass Unit, Silkscreen Printing Glass, Sandblasted Glass, Mirror, etc. High quality products with competitive price can be supplied.

    CE,ISO9001,3C,AS/NZS has been passed.

    Hope to cooperate with your company. Looking forward your reply.

    Thanks & Regards,

  20. Jeremy says:

    Are you still in business?

    • kissourglass says:

      Yes, after 37 years, still in business. Need someone to maintain our website, as our son is too busy. We answer the phone 8 am to 8 pm CST at 715 639 3762, or emaal! Thanks, Joe Bacon, Prsident and warehouse person at Arctic Glass. We just got in 800 units of doubepane tempered glass and have 29 x76 and 47 x 76 both 7/8″ thick clear doublepane on sale. Only 28 of the 47 x 76 x 7/8* at 109 each!!! Cheaper than we sold this size for in 1985!!! Joe

      • Demi says:

        Hi Joe,

        We are processed glass manufacture and exporter in China.

        Our main products are laminated glass,tempered glass,insulated glass,sandblasted glass and Ceramic Frits glass.

        ISO,CE,CCC certificated has been passed. Hope to cooperate with your company.

        If interested,please feel free to contact me.


      • Sherri searing says:

        How much is the 29 x76 and delivered to northern Wisconsin wabeano area thanks

      • kissourglass says:

        59 dollars each, pus tax plus delivery. For delivery quote, call Mark at 715 760 1973. If you have glass ?????, call Joe at 715 639 3762, or email, Thanks, Joe

    • kissourglass says:

      Call us 8 am to 8 pm CDT at 715 639 3762. Joe

  21. Kelvin T says:

    Hi there, I need clear glass for entry door size 31-3/4″ X 77-7/8″ X 1/2″ thick
    can you tell me the price included for shipping to Queen Creek , Az 85142
    thanks Kelvin.

    • kissourglass says:

      We do not have that size at present. We do not ship less than 10 units at a time, or rather we charge $150 crating for 1 to ten untis, so it is not cost effective to cae and ship one unit. Joe

  22. Rob mcnally says:

    Looking for qty 8 -34×76, low e, argon filled, double pane, tempered glass panels. Can you help?

  23. Jon says:

    What sealant do you use when placing glass units into a frame? Is there a high-temperature sealant that won’t sag out of the window joint in a sun/exposed area?

  24. Larry Candelario says:

    I’m looking for a glass panel for a couple showers. 34″ by 60″ up to 77″. Clear. Do you have anything in stock, and what would the total cost be including shipping to Miami Beach, FL 33139? Thanks so much!

  25. Jason says:

    Do you repair cracked windows?

  26. Scott Dunlap says:

    Hi Joe,
    Great resource, hope you can help. I need six or seven panels in the 28″x76″x5/8″ clear size (or thereabouts). Please let me know if you have these available.
    Also, can the clear tempered glass be sandblasted for a privacy screen?
    Lastly, what is approximate weight on the above panels?
    Thanks so much!

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