There are several levels of auto glass damage and your windshield (or another window) needs to be evaluated to see how bad the damage is.
A lot of drivers simply don’t have time to come down to the shop for auto glass work. The good news is, Joe’s Glass Co. has a mobile unit that can come to your job, your home, or anywhere else you choose.
If you have been involved in an accident or another issue, you may be worried about insurance. Here at Joe’s Glass Co., we do work with all different types of insurance companies to make sure that the work you need to have done gets done.
A lot of drivers have a tendency to put off getting the “little things” replaced because they simply don’t have time. That is in part why Joe’s Glass Co. has a mobile team to come to you when you need any type of auto glass or auto accessory work done.
Your quarter panel is the small, often triangular piece of glass that sits in between your door’s window and a larger piece of glass (like your windshield). Out of all of the possible auto glass problems, it’s the easiest to tape up or put plastic over, but it will still be very breezy as you’re driving down the road, and moisture and rain will still find their way into your vehicle.
Even just a little crack in your back glass can turn to a much bigger crack, or a network of spider cracks, particularly when a cold car becomes hot when you heat it up in the morning.
There are a few indications you may be a candidate for re-calibration. If your cameras stop working, or you get a notification light on your dashboard, those are sure signs to make an appointment.
There are a few ways that a sunroof can get damaged. Whether it’s an attempted break-in, storm damage, a minor auto accident, or a flying rock, having a crack or ding in your roof glass really can put a damper on your driving enjoyment.
Many things could happen to cause your side mirror to shatter or be broken. Everything from storm damage to vandalism is possible. The important thing is that you get it fixed.