Do you provide mobile service?services page image2
Yes we do. We have several fully equipped mobile units as a complementary service to our customers. We can meet you at your home or office and perform the work on site.

What type of warranty do you provide?
Every job we complete comes with a lifetime warranty against glass defect, leaks, and defective workmanship for as long as you own the vehicle. We stand behind our work.

What insurance do you accept?
We accept all types of insurance and can help you expedite your claim.

If I make a claim on my insurance, won’t it raise my rates?
This is not true. Insurance companies consider windshield replacement a no fault claim, meaning the repairs will not affect your rates.

What if I don’t have comprehensive insurance?
We offer the lowest prices in town.

How long will you need to do the work?
windshields can be installed in less than an hour. We know that your time is important, and we strive to provide you with the fastest and highest quality service available.

Will inspection stickers be transferred to my new windshield?
Yes. Your inspection stickers and everything else that you have in your windshield will get transferred from the old one to the new one.

What are your store hours?
We’re open Monday through Saturday from 8am until 6pm. Sunday repairs are available by appointment only.

What payment methods do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards (VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER & AMEX).

How long before I can safely drive my vehicle?
Our technicians use the best materials, including the industry’s first adhesives, with a one-hour drive-away time for windshield installations. The technician will advise you if any additional time is required. If we are replacing glass where no urethane is needed, the service usually takes less than an hour and additional cure time is not required.

What if the difference between OEM and OEE glass?
We install Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) glass or OEM-Equivalent (OEE) auto glass parts. This means that it is essentially the same piece of glass that was installed at the time your vehicle was made, with the only difference being the windshield manufacturer.