GLASS DONE MOBILE

Mobile Windshield Repair and Replacement Services
555 Republic Drive 200, Plano, TX 75074

(214) 220-4585

 

Auto Glass Repair & Replacement

Mobile Auto Glass Installation

Whether you need a new windshield, car door window, or back window, at Glass Done Mobile we understand that you need auto glass service that you can trust. We Come To You, to your home or office! We replace windshields, door glass, vent glass, quarter glass and back glass. Our goal is to get you back on the road with a safe installation using quality glass, materials and workmanship.

Do you need auto glass replacement? The windshield plays a vital role in the safety of your vehicle. When choosing a company to replace your windshield you should be aware of the safety issues at stake, before you make your decision. At GlassDM Windshield Repair & Replacement our first priority is your safety.

Windshield Replacement

Windshield Glass is different from car door glass, vent glass, quarter and back glass. Auto Glass for the front windshield is made of laminated glass. Laminated auto glass is designed for a strong, durable application that helps to support auto frame integrity, prevent windshield penetration by most road debris, minimize shattering and glass fragmentation, and in many cases, act as a “back stop” for air bag deployment in case of an accident.

Windshield Bonding Systems

We use manufacturer type urethane and windshield bonding systems to ensure solid, air tight and water tight windshield adherence to the frame of your car, truck or SUV.

Windshield Repair

It happens to everyone; you could be driving along the highway and someone coming the other way, flicks a stone up and chips or cracks your windshield. Or perhaps you got caught in a storm with large hailstones. You might think that rushing out to replace it, is the only option, or perhaps you’ll just leave it until you can afford a new one.

However there are some major concerns with driving with a chipped or cracked windshield. They range from obscuring your view of the road ahead, to weakening the strength of your car glass in an accident. Most chips in car windshields will grow and crack so your problem grows and becomes more expensive to fix. Have you thought about just getting the cracked windshield repaired?

Often cracks or chips in windshields will make your car un-roadworthy and it is easier to fix it sooner, then having to get a new roadworthy certificate done on your car.

Avoiding Windshield Replacement Costs

There are several options open to you and they don’t involve the costly replacement of the whole windshield. It is always good to read your car insurance policy, as they might cover windshield repairs. For starters you could purchase a do it yourself kit which are reasonably good, if you just need to repair a small chip or crack.

Windshield Replacement

They are readily available and most have simple clear instructions. However some people are not the do it yourself kind, so there are other options available for small cracks and chips; you could call a windscreen repairer. They will let you know how much it will cost, where they are located and whether or not they can come to you.

If your chip or crack is too large to be repaired then you will need to get it replaced. Many car insurance companies will cover cracked windshield repair, so make sure you read through your policy to see if you’re covered. If not, all is not lost, there are many places where you can get your windscreen replaced, and if you shop around, you will find a reasonably priced windscreen repairer.

Replacing your windshield doesn’t have to happen if you are unfortunate enough to crack or chip it. However the safety issues of having a cracked windshield are varied and many and therefore it is safer for you to have it repaired. Many insurance companies will repair your cracked windshield as part of your policy, so have a look through that first and then consider your options. Such as a do it yourself kit, or contact a repairer, some companies will even come to you.

Replacing your windshield doesn’t have to happen if you are unfortunate enough to crack or chip it. However the safety issues of having a cracked windshield are varied and many and therefore it is safer for you to have it repaired. Many insurance companies will repair your cracked windshield as part of your policy, so have a look through that first and then consider your options. Such as a do it yourself kit, or contact a repairer, some companies will even come to you.

If your windshield is in bad shape you may need to replace it. Once again a glance through your insurance policy would be advisable before heading out to replace it yourself. Having a cracked windshield doesn’t mean you need to rush out and replace it, but you should get it repaired.