Guardian Carleton

Welcome to Guardian Carleton

Established in 1970, the Carleton, Michigan float glass facility represents Guardian's first float glass plant. The second line was constructed in 1973. Guardian Carleton is the only double line and is the largest float glass facility in the company.

In addition to float glass for architectural, automotive and electronics applications, Guardian Carleton also produces a wide range of tempered and coated glass products such as Low-Emissivity glasses for high performance window applications.

The Carleton plant employs more than 460 people and ships glass to 47 countries in 6 Continents around the world.

Around the corner & around the world

Guardian has been in the glass business for nearly 80 years - yet some of our most technologically-advanced products were just introduced. Our tradition of excellence includes innovation and vision, a process that has continued to accelerate since we opened our first float glass plant in Carleton, Michigan in 1970.

Over the years, we've expanded our manufacturing capabilities and now serve every major market in the world. We are global yet local, around the corner and around the world. We have a glass solution for your needs from a convenient location.

Glass news
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Guardian Demonstrates Glass Innovation Across Multiple Segments With New Brochure  - Guardian has redesigned and enhanced its North American products brochure to fully illustrate the breadth, technology, performance and diversity of the company’s portfolio.





It's Made in Michigan
It's Made in Michigan
WXYZ-TV, Detroit's Channel 7, highlights Guardian Industries in their 'It's Made in Michigan' campaign, including a visit to the Carleton Float Plant and STC.



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For more information about Carleton Glass Plant Call us at:

734.654.6264
734.654.6220(fax)





Guardian Carleton
14600 Romine Road
Carleton, MI 48117
Phone: 734.654.6264
Fax: 734.654.6220
 

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