Quality Work is Important to us at Barton Glass!
Billy’s career began in 1978 as a helper, learning all phases of glass and glazing – Residential and Commercial/Industrial. The only thing that he was responsible for in the beginning, was NOT to break glass. Billy’s coworkers started calling him “Crash” because during his first year, he did break a lot of glass. Luckily, he had a very patient teacher who taught him about cutting glass and installation, and the rest came with experience.
Our Service Expertise
Residential glazing (single- and double-pane/insulated unit replacement)
Shower and tub enclosures (framed and frameless)
Barton Glass Beginnings
Billy opened Barton Glass in 2011 because he wanted the freedom to be his own boss and carry out his commitment to offering quality products and exceptional service at affordable prices to all our customers. Some of our customers have become friends as a result of utilizing our help when it was needed.
Billy’s wife, JoAnne works alongside Billy, with 30 years in office/business management in her history. JoAnne works behind the scenes making sure the day-to-day operations run smoothly, along with the help of their doggedly loyal administrative staff: Kirby, Sealey, Meg, Betty Lou, and Rose – 5 rescue dogs who are truly a part of the family.
We are avid supporters of animal rescues. In 2012, we adopted Sealey, a Cocker Spaniel, from DFW Cocker Spaniel Rescue. In March 2013, we rescued a beautiful Boxer-mix, named Betty Lou, from a shelter and, working with a local rescue organization, saw that she was successfully placed in a loving home. In August 2013 we fostered then adopted Meg, another Cocker Spaniel, from DFW Cocker Spaniel Rescue. These two adopted pups have a brother, Kirby, who has been with us since he was three months old. We are so happy to open our home to these wonderful dogs.
In June 2014, over a year after Betty Lou’s adoption, she returned to us and now she is a permanent member of our family. We’re so happy to have her back!
In the Spring of 2016, we moved to Wills Point, on our own little piece of Texas.
The rescues don’t end there. In August 2017, Rose, showed up at our gate. Click here to read Rose’s story.
We are all enjoying the country life!