Midwest Auto Glass Shop Opens New Location

A Wisconsin auto glass shop has cut the ribbon on a second facility as it enters a new segment of the industry.

Nextech Glass has opened a second location in Waukesha, Wisc. Photo: Google Maps

Nextech Glass, which opened its first location in Milwaukee in 2010, has opened a second operation in nearby Waukesha, GMToday.com reports.

Rick Paustian, an industry veteran of 20-plus years, owns the growing business. In January, Nextech acquired Milwaukee area-based Glass Pro Inc. in a deal that added a home and commercial division to his company, the article says.

Now that he has a second facility to work with, Paustian wants to expand into RV glass. “We also are getting heavy into RV windshields. So, I needed a facility that was farther apart from our Milwaukee location, but also could house RVs so we could not be weather-dependent on when we can get them done,” he told the outlet.

Launched as Paustian Auto Glass, the business rebranded several years ago and has grown into a million-dollar outfit, according to a company Facebook post.

Read more at GMToday.com.

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