• What To Do Immediately Following Damage To Your Auto Glass

    The scenario is a fairly common one. You were traveling behind a construction truck when it either dropped a rock or kicked up a rock from the road into your windshield. A chipped windshield is an automatic occurrence in these cases; it cannot be avoided no matter how far behind the truck you were traveling. After the rock has hit and chipped your windshield, here is what you should do next. [Read More]

  • 5 Benefits Of Car Window Tinting

    While some car owners choose to have their windows tinted simply because they like how it looks, there are actually other benefits that you may not be aware of. If you are on the fence about having your car's windows tinted, you may want to keep in mind these five benefits: Window Tinting Protects Leather and Fabric Interiors The sun's rays can quickly fade or discolor vehicle interiors, and this applies to both leather and fabric. [Read More]

  • Tips For Preventing Automobile Window Cracks

    Whether you have a new or old automobile, its windows are vulnerable to cracking. Even the smallest object, such as a pebble, can create enough damage to cause a crack in the glass, so it's important to know what to watch out for. While some situations aren't avoidable, others are and paying attention can save you money in the long run.  If a crack develops in your car's windshield, it's best to have it repaired as soon as possible, before it grows. [Read More]

  • Windshield Repair Or Replacement? Deciding Which Is Best For You

    Do you own a vehicle with a damaged windshield? Have you been trying to decide whether the windshield needs to be replaced or if you can have it repaired? As you probably already know, a damaged windshield can not only impair your visibility but it can also result in a ticket. Repairs are possible for some types of damage but not for others, so deciding which is which can save you time and money. [Read More]

  • A Few Tips For Preventing Cracks In Your Windshield

    Once you have a crack or chip in your windshield it is only a matter of time before you are going to need to call for a repair or to have it replaced. Mobile windshield repair keeps you from having to go to a shop and wait around while it is being repaired. However, it is still going to cost you money or make you file an insurance claim. To help prevent having trouble with your windshield in the first place, here are a few things you should or should not do. [Read More]