Nothing protects better than glass. Rick Sawyer is the owner of Century Glass & Mirror and services the valley for new windows, doors, locksets, screen doors and so much more! Rick manages the design, specifications and installation of custom sized doors and windows in a variety of finishes and styles. He has an on site shop where he can repair glass as well. Want to protect your table top? Rick can fabricate a glass top for any size.
You have a patio slider needing repair? Whether broken, fogged, single or double pane Century Glass & Mirror can repair or replace it. Often times you will not need an entire window just a glass insert.
Entry doors, sliding doors, security doors, shower doors, and screen doors can give your home a better look and keep it secure with quality products at affordable prices. New, replacements or a repair, Century Glass & Mirror offers quality installation.
Shell Oil trucks have been delivery oil to local gas stations in the Buckeye area since the 1920’s. The Shell Station in Downtown Buckeye was operated as a service station when it was typical for a service technician to wash your windshield and fill up your tank. City of Buckeye Mayor Eric Orsborn interviews Ernie Smith the new owner of the Shell Station in the video below produced by Bryan Heiden.
Ernie’s got plans! He wants to bring out the sombrero and revamp the station with fresh paint, murals, 1950’s inspired murals and shah nah nah hits as you are filling up for gas! You can pick up a fountain drink, bags of endless snacks and ice cream in the convenient store. Everyone knows who you are and who you are going out with at this station!
Sombrero Shell, 501 East Monroe, Buckeye, Arizona, 623-386-2221
This video is the first of a series of interviews conducted by Bryan Heiden and Buckeye Main Street Coalition. Bryan Heiden grew up in Buckeye, Arizona and is from a long line of Heidens who are well familiar with the unique charm Downtown Buckeye has to offer!
Cafe 25:35 is located at 409 East Monroe Avenue, Buckeye, Arizona – 623-386-2535. Established in 2013 by Tony Youngker in the heart of Downtown Buckeye, Arizona. The original building was built in the 1927 and was the Palm’s Café, a local bar. Tony has put blood, sweat and tears into the massive restoration of the building and now serves homemade American style food like Palo Verde Burger with fried onions, freshly ground beef and homemade potato chips. Tony takes pride in creating elevated comfort food!