Windshield replacement is not a product, it is a service—a safety service. It requires the best materials that technology can provide, and it requires highly trained, skilled, and detail-oriented technicians to install the windshield properly.
Windshield ranks as the third most important part of a vehicle's SRS (Self Restraint System) system. Along with the airbag and seatbelt, the windshield is an integral part of the vehicle's safety system that is intended to keep its occupant safely inside the passenger compartment during an accident or a roll over.
If the windshield was improperly installed, it could pop out during an accident, therefore causing the airbag to be useless. The windshield also accounts for 60% of the vehicles's crush resistance, so it is absolutely vital that the windshield does its job during a roll over.
In order to insure the quality and safety of our windshield replacement services, we use the most advanced materials available. All of our installations come with a written lifetime guarantee.
Do I need to have my windshield replaced?
If your auto glass damage is less than 7" long, our certified technician can repair it. Windshields with more severe damage will need to be replaced. Read more about Windshield Repair.
Will filing a glass claim count against my insurance premium?
Most insurance company will not count glass claims against you, they are generally considered a no fault claim and is not treated as a claim that you are at fault for. For further details, refer to your policy statement or contact your agent and/or your insurance provider.
Do I need to contact my insurance company or agent before I set up an appointment for services?
No, we are insurance approved and a preferred company. Our staff is train to answer any questions that you might have about the process. We will help you through the entire process. All that you need to have is your proof of insurance card, we will handle all of the paper work for you.
For more information about insurance and warranties, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions.