Windshield replacements are often needed when your windshield itself has become severely cracked or damaged. This can happen when something hits your windshield with force and cracks it across the windshield. When long cracks are left unattended to, they can eventually worsen, devalue your car for resale value, and impose hazards to your safety if continually used while damaged.
Your windshield can crack for a number of reasons, whether it is a change in outdoor temperatures, neglect, or blunt force, it’s no secret that dealing with a cracked windshield is something we all dread. And while some may find it easy to continue driving with your cracked windshield, it’s not recommended for long-term use. This is because, a cracked windshield is more prone to shattering or cracking further when encounter construction, uneven roads, or potholes, which can ultimately be hazardous to you. When your windshield becomes cracked, there are one of two ways to deal with it: to seal the crack and prevent it from spreading until you’re ready to invest in a new windshield, or investing in a brand new windshield. Depending on the severity of your windshield’s crack, we will help determine the best approach to containing the crack and protecting you in the meantime.
Measuring Your Windshield
Measuring your windshield is one of the most important steps to installing a new and functioning windshield replacement that will be better than the last. We begin by measuring your front and back windshield, as well as integrating the curve and angles of your car as well. By doing so, we can easily integrate a new windshield that’s expertly-fitted and helps your vision while driving with clear visibility.
Fitting Your Windshield
As you might know, not every car is created equal, and neither is every windshield. We measure all the windshields for every car that comes into our facility or care. While it’s safe to assume that most 4-door sedans have similar sized windshields, this isn’t always the case, especially with different makes and models. For example, cars that are hatchbacks will have a more curved back windshield than those that are simple sedans or SUVs. Therefore, fitting your windshield to the car is another crucial step if you want a windshield that is truly durable and suitable for your car’s needs.
Tinting and Glare
If you’re looking to reduce the glare on your windshield, you might want to consider getting it tinted. While we don’t provide glass tinting services in-house, we can assist with referring you to a professional tinting expert who can match your glass tint or create a new one for you, or we can help in finding an existing color of already tinted window that will fit your needs for a new windshield replacement. We keep our warehouse stocked and fully integrated with the industry’s latest and hottest items on the market that make your car look great, run well, and long for many years to come. We also offer windshield rock chip repair service.