Frequently Asked Questions

Everyday our phone rings and our inbox is filled with questions about our auto glass replacement and windshield repair services. Here is a list of ten of the more frequently asked questions we get about our auto chip repair and auto glass replacement services.

In many cases, windshield repairs can be performed in 45 minutes. Windshield replacements will often take 90 minutes or less, however, we recommend that you do not drive the vehicle for at least one half hour after service is completed.

Of course! We will also work directly with your insurance agent to make the process easier.

Windshield damage should be fixed as soon as possible. Most ‘dings’ or ‘chips’ can be repaired if the damage is not in the driver’s line of vision and is smaller than the size of a silver dollar, including any cracks. If the break is larger than the silver dollar, or in the driver’s line of vision, replacement is recommended. We provide both services for your convenience.

Costs can vary widely depending on the make of your car. You can get a free estimate by stopping into one of our convenient locations, by filling out our online free quote form, or by calling us.

For your convenience, we offer mobile service in most situations. We will come to your home, office or wherever your travels take you in most cases.

YES, we offer a national warranty on our work and craftsmanship that is good for as long as you own or lease your vehicle.

Yes. OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacture. OEM glass is produced from original equipment-style tooling and meets the vehicle manufacturers specifications for safety and quality. Only Original Equipment Manufacturers can provide the quality necessary to insure proper fit and finish which greatly reduces the possibility of air or water leaks. Because automobile manufacturers contract with numerous OEM glass fabricators, there could be more than one brand windshield that will meet their specifications for your car. However, there are numerous brands on the market that do not meet OE specifications and could result in a poor or even unsafe installation. It’s important to always use an OEM brand windshield to insure your safety.

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