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Schenk SignAbout Martin Glass LLC

Martin Glass LLC, a family-owned business, has enjoyed providing quality service and window repair to the Schenk-Atwood-Yahara neighborhood in Madison since the 1970s.

We specialize in residential and commercial glass and screen replacement and repair as well as mirrors, plate glass shelves and tabletops, window hardware, storm window installation, shower doors and enclosures, glass patio doors and store front window replacement.

Missing an insert for your combination storm window? We can duplicate most aluminum storm window and screen inserts.

We take great pride in our custom handiwork. Check out our showcase projects on our gallery page.

A little history of the Schenk-Atwood-Yahara Neighborhood

The Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Yahara neighborhood (or sometimes simply 'Schenk-Atwood') is located on the near-east side of Madison, Wisconsin. It stretches from the Yahara River on the west to the Starkweather Creek on the east, from East Washington Avenue on the north to Lake Monona on the south.

The soul of Madison lives in the Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Yahara Neighborhood, an unassuming old blue-collar district re-imagined as a vibrant haven for many of the funkier and more enterprising elements of the city's creative class.

Bounded on three sides by water and on the fourth by a bike bath and East Washington Avenue, this part of town is at the same time sedate and festive. It is walkable, rich in its appreciation of quirky gusto, and colors its politics deep blue. Situated along the north shore of Lake Monona between the Yahara River and Starkweather Creek, this is a diverse yet cohesive neighborhood that invests in its quality of life.

Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Yahara Neighborhood has a historic feel. Single-family homes to three-flats are intertwine in the fabric of the neighborhood. As you stroll down the street, you will see the front porch style neighborhood: people sitting on their porches welcoming you to chat about life in the neighborhood and beyond. The diverse mix of residents: from the traditional professional to the creative musician, the family makeup that spans ages, races, incomes, and orientation, as well as the vast interest in local to worldly advocacy makes this neighborhood a highly desirable place to live. The charitable spirit is high with the neighborhood supporting, through financial and volunteer time, the Goodman Community Center that serves are youth and seniors and the neighborhood newspaper is the East Side News.

Courtesy of cityofmadison.com/neighborhoods