Woodstock used to be a part of Massachusetts until 1749, when it switched allegiances to Connecticut. Henry C. Bowen, a wealthy native, helped found the Republican Party and founded an anti-slavery newspaper. Many influential Americans summered with Bowen in Woodstock, particularly around his Fourth of July celebrations. Several U.S. Presidents visited to speak on July 4 including Ulysses S. Grant, Benjamin Harrison, and Rutherford B. Hayes.

We are pleased to provide sales and installations in Woodstock, Connecticut of shower enclosures and doors, mirrors (full wall and more), antiqued mirror glass, double pane insulated glass replacements, table top glass, true historic wavy glass, pattern cabinet glass, door glass, storefront glass, windows, and screens.

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