Why Have Your New Windshield Recalibrated?

If you need to have a new windshield installed in your car, then you might also need to have it recalibrated. Some auto glass replacement services do this automatically; others offer it as an additional service. While you might not need a recalibration on an older car that doesn't have advanced driver assistance systems, it is essential on new models that use this technology. How does recalibration work? Why is it important? [Read More]

5 Auto Glass Repair Myths Debunked

Glass repairs can be very confusing for many car owners. To learn more, read below for some myths about auto glass repairs and the associated truths. 1. All Auto Glass Repair Can Be a DIY Job You can't do some auto glass repairs — windshield repairs, for example — unless you have the appropriate expertise and equipment. If you do attempt it, you won't get a safe solution and may incur more costs in the long run. [Read More]

Can Your Vehicle's Windshield Shatter If You Fail To Repair Minor Cracks?

Does your car's windshield have minor cracks that require repair? If so, you shouldn't wait long to fix the damage. While minor cracks may seem harmless, they can hinder visibility and affect the safety of vehicle occupants. Over time, small cracks can even cause the windshield to shatter. Although the windshield won't break and spray shards of glass all over your car, it will cost you a lot of money to replace. [Read More]

Why Are Your Glass Windows Foggy?

If the windows in your home have become faded or foggy and you can't clear the window with cleaning supplies, you may be wondering what the cause of this issue is and how to fix it. The three main causes of foggy windows are ultraviolet (UV) damage, water damage, and improper cleaning. Read on to learn more about these issues and how to fix them.  Ultraviolet Damage UV rays from the sun can actually break down chemical bonds in the glass and cause color fading and fogginess. [Read More]