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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 14:52

‘Gas Monkey Garage Rehab’ To Feature Kearny Glass & Mirror

Written by John Hernandez,
Owen and Jennifer O’Brien are the owners of Kearny Glass and Mirror. Owen and Jennifer O’Brien are the owners of Kearny Glass and Mirror.


 “It was a lot of work,” said Owen. “We really had to work with our vendors. It was really intense. It was rough. [I’d] never experienced that much stress in a job.”

Kearny Glass & Mirrors completed the project in the time agreed upon. When it was over, they had custom built and installed two large windows and showroom doors that open up to a height of 9 feet 6 inches and allowed two lifted jeeps inside the showroom. They are the first company to do custom glass work in any of the show’s episodes.

“We were proud and honored to have been given this opportunity,” said Jennifer.

The O’Briens have been asked to do some more shows. During the filming of their episode, Owen and Jennifer talked to the hosts about the town of Kearny and gave them information about the town. The episode is expected to be shown in July or August of this year. The Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce may host a block party and showing of the episode when it comes out. Congratulations on a job well done!

Kearny Glass and Mirror repairs and replaces auto glass, does home window repair, commercial storefront, custom glass, custom mirrors, tinting and custom screens. They have done work for Waste Management, Enterprise car rentals and Dollar General. They are licensed, bonded and insured. They have 24-hour emergency service for businesses and can complete auto service at your home or job. They service Kearny and the surrounding areas and have done work in Oracle, Catalina, San Carlos and Florence. Their prices are competitive and quality glass and installation are guaranteed. They have a lifetime warranty on auto glass for leaks and whistles and the first chip repair is done for free. All insurance companies are accepted. 

Besides doing quality work, Kearny Glass and Mirror believes in giving back to the community. Jenn and Owen are members of the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce. They have done work for the local Elks lodge and churches without charging. They had a booth at and support Pioneer Days in Kearny and other local events.

They were a vendor at the Apache Sky Casino’s 1st Car Show on Saturday, April 14, 2018.  They had a sign with the “shamrock” logo. It is part of Owen’s pride in his Irish heritage. Their motto is “A touch of Irish class for your glass."

To learn more about Kearny Glass and Mirror visit Like them on Facebook. You can reach them at (520) 363-5841, (520) 609-1893 or

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