When a pop bottle flew off of a freeway overpass and smashed into my car window, I knew that I had a problem. I was already late to work, and I had no idea how I was going to have time to get the damage repaired. Fortunately, a friend of mine told me about a place that offered mobile windshield repair. They came out the same day, worked on my car, and replaced the window--all while I sat at my desk and helped clients. It was really amazing to have their help, and I couldn't have done it without them. This blog is all about mobile windshield repair.
A rock hits your windshield while driving home from work. If not repaired soon, that rock chip can easily turn into a crack across the entire windshield. A cracked windshield that obscures your vision is unsafe and you can get a ticket in many cities for having a crack in front of the driver. A rock chip is easy to have repaired and with mobile auto glass installation services available, you can have a cracked windshield replaced in your own driveway or workplace parking lot.
Rock Chip Repair
Fixing a rock chip in the windshield takes just a few minutes, so you can have it done on the way to work. Some insurance companies will cover the cost of a rock chip repair to prevent them from paying for a replacement windshield, should the chip turn into a crack. Here are the typical steps in a rock chip repair:
A small rock chip repair may be imperceptible when completed.
Cracked Windshield Replacement
If your car can be safely driven, you can take it to an auto glass specialist to replace the windshield. For convenience, or if the crack is in the way of driving your car, you can have a mobile glass technician come to you to do the replacement. In either case, the same procedure is used to replace your windshield:
To learn more about auto glass installation, contact a company like A1 Auto Glass.Share
17 December 2015