RIDGEFIELD, Conn. – Despite wicked weather and power outages, Ridgefield Glass had an official ribbon cutting ceremony June 23 at its new location with chamber of commerce members and local community and business leaders.
The glass retailer relocated to a 1,600-square-foot showroom at 159 Danbury Road that is nearly double the size of its former location in order to accommodate its growing display of glass products and styles, according to a press release.
“We are very grateful to the chamber members who braved the terrible weather to come out and support us,” said John Petchonka, owner of Ridgefield Glass in a press release. “We are proud of our beautiful, larger space that showcases every type of glass building product, from countertops, to glass railings and frameless showers.”
Ridgefield Glass specializes in every area of home design involving glass. The Ridgefield-based company offers specialty services in frameless showers, custom mirrors, windows, doors, painted specialty glass, partitions, stair railings and even custom room enclosures, according to a press release.
PHOTO: From left to right - Wayne Leiss, Executive Director of the Raising the Barn project and Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce Member, Alisa Picerno, President of Alliances by Alisa Media Relations, Mike Petchonka, son of Ridgefield Glass owner, Susan Ahlstrom, Executive Director of the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce, John Petchonka, Owner of Ridgefield Glass, Phyllis Petchonka, wife of Ridgefield Glass owner, Paul Fitzpatrick, Co-Owner of Crossroads Signs and Board Member of the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce, Mary DiNardo, Owner of DiNardo Media, Dee Strilowich, Co-Owner of Personal Touch Welcome and Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce Member.
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