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Auto Glass

Auto glass repair and replacement

Glass Storefronts Require Professional Glass Technicians

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Glass storefronts require a lot of work and technical precision. Professional glass technicians can perform adequate measurements and handle complicated installations that are reliable and high quality. Glass storefronts are important because they are the first thing that customers see when they arrive at your retail location. Glass storefronts can either be clear glass or…

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Vehicle Cracked Windshield Shatter

Can a Vehicle’s Cracked Windshield Shatter?

The short answer to this question is yes- that cracked windshield of yours can shatter. However, there are several considerations involved, and in actuality, the term “shatter” may not accurately define what truly occurs to the windshield. The glass in a windshield is laminated, which means it is composed of two layers of glass and…

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Auto Glass Replacement and Repair: A Growing Crack In A Windshield

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Auto glass replacement and repair methods have improved significantly. Efficiency and speed play a major role in providing the public with excellent maintenance and repair that proves to be more reliable than ever. Service is quick, and a ‘come-to-where-you-are’ policy exists, making the repair or replacement decision easier. Often, servicers bill insurers directly, turning the event…

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How to Know When it’s Time to Get Your Windshield Fixed

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Windshields are made of laminated safety glass. They consist of two curved sheets of glass with a vinyl plastic layer laminated between them, for safety purposes. During installation, the windshield is attached with an automotive grade urethane which creates a molecular bond between the glass and the vehicle. Properly secured and cared for windshields also work…

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