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ABOUT US

Finding Inspiration in Every Turn

As we celebrate nearly 40 years of service, we invite you to be a part of our legacy—a legacy built on skill, commitment, and the enduring bond of family.

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Meet The Team

Our Story

Founded by Gary and Nancy Miller in 1984, our business has thrived as a family-owned and operated enterprise for nearly four decades.

Gary, drawing upon his extensive experience in the glass industry from South Dakota and Wyoming, took the bold step of establishing his own company in Lolo, Montana. The initial years were challenging, but Gary and Nancy's unwavering commitment propelled the business forward, fostering a legacy that would span generations.​

In 1992, after graduating from high school, Gary's son Shane moved to Montana to begin working the business with his dad. Shane soon met his dear wife, Laura, and started a family of his own. Working side by side with his dad for 17 years, Shane became a highly skilled glazier with an impeccable standard of excellence.​

In 2008, seeking new horizons, Shane and Laura relocated their family to Missouri. However, the call of Montana, family heritage and the legacy of craftsmanship proved strong. In 2019, after a decade away, Shane and Laura returned to Lolo to take the reins of the family business.

Their homecoming brought with it the third generation of glaziers and installers, as three of Shane and Laura's seven children joined the ranks of Legacy Glass. This passing of the torch ensures that the tradition of quality service and skilled craftsmanship continues to thrive.

​Today, Legacy Glass remains dedicated to providing top-notch customer service throughout Lolo, Missoula, and the Bitterroot Valley. Our comprehensive glass repair and replacement services include vinyl window repair and replacement, insulated units, shower doors, screen fabrication and rescreens, heavy equipment glass replacement, as well as light commercial repairs. We also specialize in custom-cutting mirror, plexiglass, polycarbonate, and fireplace glass.​

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