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- Your Zip Code helps us find three high-quality auto glass installers that provide service in your area.
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Repairing Your Windshield Just Got Easier
It’s likely you’ve arrived here due to some irritating event that resulted in the need for windshield repair. If you feel that yet another task has been added to your to-do list when you’re already short on time and money, you’re not alone.
Damaged or broken windshields are one of the most common causes for consumers seeking automotive services. While no one wants to go through the process, Glass.net makes an inconvenient situation more manageable.
Here’s how we make the this a pain-free process:
Fast & Easy Search
We simplify your search for windshield repair by partnering with the most expansive network of auto glass shops and putting them at your fingertips.
With our efficient quote comparison tool, you get up to three free quotes from reputable local technicians. Essentially, we do the leg work for you by narrowing down your options with the top three most affordable prices for the job at hand, from only the best-rated companies in your local area that are licensed and qualified.
Get 24-Hour Service
Many of the businesses that partner with us can fix a windshield within 24 hours of selecting their service.
When you use our tool to estimate the cost, we will present you with multiple quotes. Most of the time, you will see that you can get speedy service. After all, who can afford to do without their car for longer than a day, especially if you live outside of a big city and your livelihood depends on it?
Get Service at Home or Work
Furthermore, Glass.net partners with mobile windshield repair services. This means that technicians can come to you at home or at your workplace to fix the damage, as long as you’re parked in an area where your broken glass is covered and no moisture has crept in.
This allows you to carry on with your day without further disruption. This is another way we save you time and minimize the hassle.
High-Quality OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Auto Glass
We require that the providers we partner with must use the original type of glass that your manufacturer designates for your specific vehicle
This ensures that the glass put on your vehicle is of the best quality and won’t compromise the integrity of your car, SUV, or truck in any way.
Types of Services Provided by Our Partners
At Glass.net, the automotive specialists we partner with can provide you with front or back windshield repair services for the following types of damage. Click on the links below to learn more about that specific type of damage and service.
Do I Need Windshield Replacement Instead?
Here are the factors that determine whether or not your car auto glass can be fixed with a simple windshield repair as opposed to a full-on replacement:
Size of the Damage
While advancements in the automotive industry make it feasible to repair substantial chips or cracks, generally glass with chips smaller than a quarter will qualify for a repair job.
Cracks that are less than three inches long also typically qualify for windshield repair instead of replacement.
You will need to check with the specific local provider you choose.
Depth of the Damage
How deeply a crack or chip penetrates your glass will also determine if your glass can be simply fixed. Since windshields are made of layers, the depth of damage can affect the amount of work that needs to go into fixing it.
If the broken glass reaches the middle layer of the windshield, it might be too far gone, and you might need a full replacement.
Location of the Damage
In Your Line of Sight?
If the windshield chip or crack is in the driver’s line of sight, it could slightly distort your perception of the road or the vehicles in front of you, even after it is fixed. This would make it necessary to get a complete replacement.
On the Edges of the Windshield?
It’s also a possibility that a shop will require you to replace your entire windshield if the chip or crack is located on the outer edge of your glass (left or right side).
Where Special Windshield Technology Exists?
What’s more, if the damage is located in a spot where a sensor or other special technology is located, a complete replacement might also be required. Modern automotive glass technology often needs a clear view to operate properly.