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Auto Glass Repair
Road debris often strikes a windshield and creates damage in the auto glass. The damage usually ranges from small “nicks” to areas as large as a 50-cent piece. Most breaks smaller than a nickel in diameter can be repaired. Most breaks have a dark or silver appearance when the damage first occurs. The windshield repair process will remove the shadow and restore the appearance. Some breaks with small fractures will leave a reflection after the repair has been completed. If your damage is located within the driver’s line of sight (an area of 8 1/2 X 11 inches) you should not repair the break but replace the windshield.
Windshield Repair can:
Stop damage from spreading;
Improve clarity in the damaged area;
Restore structural integrity to the damaged glass;
Save consumers money over windshield replacement.
Be environmentally friendly because it extends useful life of the glass;
Auto glass shops offer a variety of windshield repair services for your car. Professional technicians are available to repair your auto glass whether you own a foreign or domestic car. Some auto glass shops can arrange to bill your insurance company directly for windshield repair. You may want to bring in your car or arrange for on-site repairs by some auto glass shops. Whether for windshield repair or auto glass replacement, your windshield repair shop can provide the service you need.
To list your business here, click on WeFixWindshields.com to see if your city is available. We only list one business in a city!
How would you like to have your windshield repaired at no cost to you? Most car owners have comprehensive coverage on their auto insurance policies, with deductibles ranging from $50 – $1000. If you decide to get your windshield chip repaired instead of the replacement option your insurance company may waive any deductible amount and pay for the entire cost of the repair