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CELINA Magazine’s July Business of the Month – Celina Glass & Mirror

We Are Celina!

CELINA Magazine is the only publication that distributes 10,000+ copies to households and businesses in Celina and surrounding areas. CELINA Magazine caters to its educated, family oriented, high net worth readers who have a passion for living well. Each issue focuses on Health, Education, Lifestyle, Community Events and businesses, making it the premiere publication in the Celina area.

 

Roy and Stephanie Kirby opened Celina Glass and Mirror in September of 2007 and haven’t looked back. At age 16, Roy’s first job was working in the warehouse of a glass company where his mother was employed. Aside from serving eight years in the military, working in the glass industry is all that he has known.

Stephanie’s career included working in the mortgage banking business, organizing non-profit offices and serving on volunteer groups. They have two grown sons and an adopted special-needs son.

With Roy’s 30 years of experience in glass and Stephanie’s 20 years of office experience, the two decided to take a leap of faith, leave Plano and start their own company. They wanted to move and open their business somewhere with a small-town feel that also had the potential for growth. For months they looked at many cities around the Collin County area but believed that God, very clearly, led them to Celina.

Stephanie says, “The past 11 years have been an amazing journey and we have met so many wonderful people along the way. This community welcomed us with open arms. The owners of other small businesses in town encouraged us, mentored us and helped get Celina Glass and Mirror off the ground.”

Roy and Stephanie feel so blessed to be a part of Celina and are working hard to keep up with the rapid growth in the area while making certain they stick to their company motto of providing unparalleled customer service. From your first phone inquiry with Stephanie, through the completion of your glass installation with Roy, each customer works directly with the actual business owners throughout the entire process.

Whether your needs are that of a small piece of picture frame glass or an entire home window replacement, Celina Glass and Mirror can accommodate all your residential needs. Celina Glass and Mirror offer military law enforcement and first responder discounts on top of their already competitive pricing. They are members of the Celina Chamber of Commerce and have an A+ rating on Angie’s List.

The Kirby’s are proud members of First United Methodist Church in Celina and enjoy taking part in church activities that serve the community. They are also proud to be glass and mirror contributors to the homes built by Habitat for Humanity.

Roy and Stephanie would like to thank their customers and contractors for their referrals and continued business as they strive to make each new client a friend and lifelong customer. Please call them anytime for a free estimate. For additional information follow them on Facebook.

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