CUSTOM DECORATIVE ARCHITECTURAL GLASS

COLLABORATIVE DESIGN + UNIQUE SOLUTIONS

ABOUT

DON’T KNOW MUCH ABOUT HISTORY? WE DO – AND HERE’S OURS.

Echo Etching began in the early 1980s as an offshoot of an existing stained glass business. When Echo’s founder was looking to enhance certain bright glass areas of stained glass windows, he came across the photoresist process as a way to do just that.

Once there was an opportunity to explore the potential, the original owners sought to expand on the capabilities of creating a mask photographically. They could see that projects like awards and signage — and decorative pieces — could be made given the right mix of art and technology.

In 1991, Grand River Interiors, Inc. bought the assets of Echo Etching and hired the owners as employees. Soon after that, an active professional sales function was brought on board to spread the word and find clients and projects — primarily within the Architectural industry. In the ensuing years, additional skilled craftsmen and design professionals were added to the staff.

As word spread of our unique talents and creations, our marketplace opened to numerous demands within Hospitals, Universities, Athletic facilities and, Churches — all demanding the unique natural beauty that Echo Etching’s premium glass creations deliver.

Today we see an ever-increasing demand for the custom decorative techniques Echo is known for as designers and clients require the very highest in creativity and quality — Echo Etching glass, there is no substitute!

We invite you to become part of our unique and evolving history as we roll up our sleeves, combine our creative synergies and create that eye-popping magic for your next glass project — There’s no time like the present!

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ECHO

ACCESSIBLE LOCATION AND FLEXIBLE FACILITIES — WHERE THE MAGIC HAPPENS!

A half block off US 131, just north of downtown and between two major freeways, Echo’s location makes it very convenient for clients to visit the studio, showroom and production facilities — and also economical for truck deliveries.

Our rugged and flexible building, covering nearly 8,000 square feet, features multiple dock heights and adjusts to any size project, regardless of the size of the glass panels, the weight of a crate or the volume of the shipment.

Additionally, Echo can adapt warehouse space to current production needs, stage large orders and, as required, borrow space, equipment and, labor from the parent company, Grand River Interiors, Inc., which is housed in the same building complex.

We also build specialized, custom equipment to respond to the demands of the new process — even tear down walls and expand doorways to accommodate the needs of a unique project — No way! Way!

Echo Etching’s physical plant, location and, adaptability are ideally suited to respond to your requirements — so let’s get creative!