Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Your Windshield Chip

If you have a minor chip in your vehicle's windshield, you might be thinking about ignoring it for now. After all, a small chip might not seem like a very big deal. However, it really is best to work with a company that offers auto glass repair services so that you can have your chip taken care of right now. These are a few of the main reasons why. You Could Save Money By Having It Repaired Now Read More 

Three Issues That Affect Whether Your Insurance Company Will Pay For Your Auto Glass Repair

If you need a windshield repair or some other, less common type of auto glass work, you may rightly be wondering if your insurance will pay up for the damage. After all, that's what insurance is for, right? But if you didn't carefully look into the glass damage parts of your policy when you got it, you may have much less glass repair coverage than you were hoping. Here are three things that will affect whether or not you'll be able to get your insurance to pay for the repairs. Read More 

How To Remove Light Scratches From Your Car’s Windshield Easily And Cheaply

If you have scratches in your car's windshield, perhaps caused by a bad wiper blade or other mishap, then you can actually remove them in many cases. All it takes is a few simple supplies and tools that won't cost you much more than a few dollars, and you can perform the work yourself in an afternoon. Below is what you will need and how you can remove light scratches from your windshield: Read More 

The Three Reasons You Need Your Windshield Replaced

Determining whether or not you should replace or repair your windshield when it has damages is a common dilemma for car owners. This is because repairs are much more affordable than replacing the whole windshield. However, replacing the whole windshield may be necessary, but it's difficult to know when this is the case. Here are the three main reasons you need to choose replacement: You Cannot See Out of the Windshield: Read More 

3 Tips To Keep Your Windshield Crack From Getting Worse

You're driving along like usual and everything seems fine. Then, disaster strikes. A pebble, rock or other debris comes out of nowhere and strikes your windshield, leaving a crack in its wake. Now, you're going to have to find time to get your vehicle to a windshield replacement and repair shop before the crack gets even worse. In the meantime, here are three things you should (or should not) be doing to help ensure that the crack does not spread. Read More