What You Need To Know About Glass Replacement

Useful Maintenance Tips When Cleaning Damaged Auto Glass

If the auto glass on your vehicle has been damaged, you still need to maintain the glass appropriately by cleaning it. You'll just want to be careful and use these tips as to not make the damage any worse than it already is. Inspect Windshield Wipers If you have cracks or chips on the front windshield, then you want to be extra careful about using the windshield wipers. As a matter of fact, you want to inspect their condition thoroughly before using them any time soon on the damaged front windshield. Read More 

Replacing The Glass In Your Store Front Or Business

The glass windows that are so common on the front of retail stores and other commercial businesses are typically huge and made from extremely heavy-duty glass that requires a commercial glass installer to install or replace the panels. Understanding how to handle and secure the glass is critical and needs to be done with great care.  Damaged Glass Dealing with damage to the glass windows used in front of many businesses can be tricky. Read More 

Windshield Damage: Three Types And How To Avoid It

Cracks in the windshield can make it incredibly hard to see where you are driving, making it unsafe to be behind the wheel. In addition, if the crack is compromising your visibility, it is possible that you can receive a ticket. Therefore, you should have the windshield replaced as quickly as you can. Keep reading to learn three types of damage that your auto glass can sustain and how to avoid it. Read More 

Information On Window Film For Your Business

If you have a shop or office space that has a lot of large windows along the front of it, you might want to have window film applied to it. There are a lot of different types of films to choose from, and this article will introduce them to you and explain the benefits each one can offer. Reflective window film Reflective window film will allow you to see outside from inside your business, but it will look like a mirror from the outside. Read More 

Reasons Drivers Put Off Windshield Chip Repair — And Why They Shouldn’t

You're driving down the highway and, bam, a rock hits your windshield. You may notice a chip right away, or you may only hear the impact of the rock on glass. Flying debris is an unfortunate fact of driving. The high speeds — and presence of 18-wheelers — on highways exacerbates the issue. Many drivers ignore getting chips in their windshield repaired. However, they shouldn't. Find out why drivers procrastinate and why said procrastination is a bad idea. Read More