Is your windshield broken and it looks more and more like you’re going to need a repair? Don’t delay! If you’re not sure whether you have an easy broken windshield to repair or a terribly damaged one that might need a complete replacement, the four blogs below should help you figure that out.
Common Mistakes Made with Broken Auto Glass Auto glass sometimes gets damaged or shatters completely. It is annoying and unpleasant for car owners, but it does happen. And sometimes, in an attempt to save on money, car owners make big mistakes. These mistakes are common, but that doesn’t make them OK. Below are four of the most common mistakes made with broken auto glass, and we are sharing them with you so that you can do better.
What to Do When You Have a Cracked Windshield to Repair You are on your way to an important event when you pass by a road construction. There are a lot of rocks and debris scattered about, and without being able to do anything about it, a rock hits your windshield. The whole incident takes no more than half a second; it is so quick that you’re not sure what just happened. Even your brain is taking a couple of seconds more to register the new crack in your windshield. You stop your car at the nearest gas station, you throw your hands in the air, and you wonder why this had to happen to you of all the drivers. But now that it has happened, there is no other way around it. You must get it repaired. So what do you do? What are your options when it comes to windshield repair? Here is a checklist of all you need to do.
Start 2016 with a Windshield Repair and a Clean Car Start 2016 with a clean slate and make it your New Year’s resolution to maintain your car. Whether your car needs a windshield repair thanks to an annoying chip or crack in the glass or you just have a really dirty car, be sure to keep your car in shape. There are several benefits to keeping your car clean and well-repaired. To learn more about these benefits, continue reading!
Signs that You Need a Windshield Replacement This is a repost of an old blog we wrote. We are sharing it once more because it is informative, especially since we are nearing winter. So now, imagine you’re driving down the road when something drops straight off a tree and onto your windshield. You’re pretty sure those wild squirrels are to blame, but it’s too late. The glass now sports a small crack, and you’re wondering if this tiny damage will ruin the rest of your windshield and, ultimately, your car. This happens to car owners all the time, and though they hope that if they ignore the damage—whether it’s in the form of cracks, chips, scratches, or the shattering of the entire windshield—it’ll go away, car windshield replacement or repair is a must. Before we dive into everything you need to know about repairing or replacing your windshield, let’s mention a few tips that can help you avoid a major windshield damage.
These four LP Auto Glass Orlando blogs should help you take care of your broken windshield until you get it repaired. Just be sure not to delay too long so your windshield doesn’t get worse.