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Don’t Overpay For Auto Glass Replacement
The reason most people end up overpaying for their windshield replacement (or repair) is because they don’t get more than one quote!
We get it, who wants to call up or email three different companies and wait for responses? Sometimes we just don’t have the time.
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How Much Does Windshield Replacement Cost
Check out this video from Glass.net which explains the costs involvved in windshield replacement for your vehicle.
When You Need Windshield Replacement:
Glass Doctor service technicians can repair small chips in windshields before they become a large cracks which are more expensive to replace and can compromise vehicle safety. Repairing the chip restores the structural integrity of the windshield. These repairs can be made in around an hour.
Getting a chipped windshield repaired is:
- Convenient – Glass technicians can repair a windshield within an hour.
- Inexpensive – Most insurance companies will reimburse the repair charge.
- Safe – Repairing your windshield helps keep the original factory equipment intact.
Have one of our trusted auto glass technicians assess your windshield chips to determine if they can be repaired first, or if the windshield needs to be replaced.
Our Auto Glass & Windshield Replacement Process
If your windshield is cracked, replacing the windshield will restore the structural integrity of the glass and protect occupants. Make sure you act fast and definitely get it fixed before any long drives, especially on highways. You’ll find that the damage to your windscreen will slowly get worse over time and some strong wind pressure can tip it over the edge.
- Our technicians offers a complete auto glass product line including windshields, side window glass, and mirrors for cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, tractors, buses and RVs.
- We can handle the insurance filing for you and works directly with all major insurance carriers.
- Original Equipment Manufactured (OEM) quality windshield glass is installed. We prefers OEM windshields because they are produced at the same factories the automakers use.
- We support the only standards for windshield replacement in the U.S., the Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standards (AGRSS).
Windshield Replacement FAQ’s
Can Your Chipped or Cracked Windshield be Repaired?
Keep in mind, this only applies to windshields, which are made of laminated glass. Most side windows and back glass need to be replaced because they are made with tempered glass which cannot be repaired.
Whether or not your windshield can be repaired depends on three main factors: size, depth, and location. Larger, deeper cracks in the glass that extend to the edges of your windshield are much more likely to need replacement than small shallow chips away from the edges of your windshield. When in doubt, opt for replacement.
Below, we’ll look more into these three deciding factors of windshield crack repair or replacement:
Windshield repair technology is a rapidly advancing industry, so the ability to repair large chips or cracks changes often and can vary depending on the repair company. Generally speaking, chips smaller than a quarter, and cracks up to three inches long can be easily repaired. The Repair of Laminated Automotive Glass Standard (ROLAGS) guide, administered by the National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA), specifies limits on repair sizes depending on the type of damage (bulls-eye, pit, crack, ect.) with the upper limits of a chip being three inches and a crack up to 14 inches. Again, these sizes may vary depending on the location of the damage, as well as the shop’s capabilities. For more technical specifications, check out the full ROLAGS guide the full ROLAGS guide.
This is closely related to the size of the damage, but in regards to how deep the damage penetrates into the windshield. A windshield is basically a glass sandwich– an outer layer of glass, a plastic interlayer, and an inside layer of glass. If the damage is through the outer and inner layer of glass, it is too deep to perform a windshield repair.
The location of the damage greatly effects the ability to perform a windshield repair. If the damage intersects more than one outer edge of the glass, there is a greater chance that the structural integrity of the windshield has been compromised. Because the windshield is responsible for up to 60% of structural strength in the event of vehicle rollover, it is imperative that it is replaced properly with a new windshield.
Another place where windshield repair should not be performed is within the driver’s line of sight (the glass covered by the driver’s windshield wiper). Repairs will often cause some amount of distortion which can impair a driver’s view of the road if within their line of sight.
Lastly, damage in the view of sensors such as rain sensors, lane departure warning systems, automatic braking systems, or other automated driver assistance systems (ADAS) related components may not be repairable. These sensors require a crystal clear view and even a near perfect repair may cause malfunctions.
How long will it be before I can safely drive my vehicle?
You can usually drive away one hour after a windshield replacement, or immediately after a repair or side window replacement.
Our technicians use the best materials, including the industry’s first adhesive with a one-hour drive-away time for windshield installations. The technician will advise you if any additional time is required.
Will any part of my vehicle be harmed during the auto glass repair or replacement process?
No, your vehicle should not be damaged during the repair or replacement. We use precautionary measures, such as protective drapes, to ensure that no damage occurs during your auto glass service.
Will you vacuum my vehicle after service?
Yes, our technicians will vacuum any pieces of broken auto glass in your vehicle.
My rear view mirror is attached to my windshield. Will the technician attach it to the new windshield?
Yes, our auto glass technicians will remove your rear view mirror and attach it to your new windshield.