Binswanger Glass


Binswanger Glass
Binswanger Glass is listed in the Windshield Repair category in Manhattan, Kansas. Displayed below are the social networks for Binswanger Glass which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Binswanger Glass on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 72.

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Binswanger Glass added a new photo to the album: Shower & Bath Enclosures.
Very nice heavy glass swing door shower enclosure installed by the shower experts at Binswanger Glass of Galveston, Texas.

Binswanger Glass added a new photo to the album: Testimonials.
“Everything went just fine. The service was very well done. Did an excellent job. I would recommend." Deborah J. Greensboro, NC

Binswanger Glass added a new photo to the album: Decorative Glass.
Binswanger Glass of Little Rock, Arkansas is proud to have contributed to “Straight Lines on a Round World,” a sculpture commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Louisiana Purchase Survey. The sculpture, which lies in front of the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock was created by a University of Arkansas at Little Rock art professor and his business partner and was dedicated at a ceremony this morning. The dedication was a culmination of a partnership between UALR Professor Michael Warrick and Aaron Hussey, a UALR alumnus and sculptor from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, that is many years in the making. “We are both interested in history and creating public art that commemorates history,” Warrick said. Hussey is Warrick’s former graduate student. The Louisiana Purchase Survey sculpture is a gift to the city commissioned by the Committee for Louisiana Purchase Survey Bicentennial Monument, who has been raising money for the project for the past 12 years. The sculpture is 18 feet high, 12 feet wide, and 13 feet deep. It is made of stainless steel, cast bronze, tempered glass and concrete and has four main elements that have a special representation of the Louisiana Purchase Survey. The sculpture’s main feature is a compass face with an etching of the Louisiana Purchase. Behind the compass face lies a dome with patterns representing latitude and longitude lines. The sculpture’s base represents the Earth. The 5-foot long cast bronze plumb bob represents an important builders’ tool that has been used for more than 4,000 years. The final component simulates the brass leg of a survey tripod and is used to support the sculpture’s compass.

Binswanger Glass added a new photo to the album: Our History.
#TBT: Original Christmas card from our founders, the Binswanger family. Think you can guess what year this was mailed in? The first correct answer wins a camo knit cap. Open to all customers and employees. Good luck. Thank you to our customers for sharing this!

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All set for the #NOLAHomeShow in #NewOrleans this weekend. Great deals on #shower doors plus awesome giveaways.

@BinswangerGlass announces Aimee Leeper has joined the company’s marketing tea…