There are different levels of windshield repair. It is true that some cracks and “dings” can be replaced without having to replace the entire windshield. This is often great news to the car owner, but rest assured, a complete windshield replacement can be done swiftly and completely with no problems.
When it comes to taking time off of work, Joe’s Glass Co. has our customers in mind. We created a completely mobile unit so that we can come to you for repair.
With over 21 years of experience in the auto glass industry, we can repair your auto door glass, windshield, or provide custom jobs. Depending on the nature of the damage, some auto glass can be repaired without a complete replacement, especially when it comes to the windshield.
An auto vent shade is an overhang that goes above the driver’s side door (or other door or window in the car). One of its main purposes is to keep rain and moisture from finding its way into your interior.
If you’re not sure where your quarter panel is, it’s the small connector piece of glass (often shaped like a triangle) that is in between a larger piece of glass, like the windshield, and your door panel glass. While having it broken doesn’t affect the frame or security of the car, it’s quite an inconvenience, letting in cold air, moisture, rain, and even small animals and bugs until it’s properly fixed.
Leaving the back glass go unrepaired for too long can lead to cold, moisture, and rain getting in your vehicle, as well as small animals. Plexiglas, tape, or plastic can only work for so long, and then you’ll need a replacement.
The camera is an integral part of what drives these safety features, and if it ceases to work, you may need re-calibration. You may also have a diagnostic light come on if you need re-calibration.
No matter what the problem is, you should suspend use of your sunroof until the problem is fixed. Damaged parts could become bigger, which could cause the glass to break in your car, or your seal to split.
Whether you need a side mirror, a new windshield, or a replacement vent shade – our techs are familiar with all makes and models of cars, trucks, and SUVs, as well as larger vehicles like RVs.
Drivers often put off making auto glass appointments because of the time involved. It can be hard for people to take a day off of work or a weekend day away from the family. This is why Joe’s created a mobile team that comes to you instead.
Joe’s Glass Co. is not just your shop for everything car, truck, and SUV-related. Our techs are more than qualified to help repair and replace glass panels on all different types of heavy equipment, such as tractors, bulldozers, backhoes, cranes, forklifts, and even train car windows.
We also work on sunroofs or moonroofs, custom jobs, vent shades, and so much more. Joe’s has been in business for over 21 years, and we are the best at what we do. We are also happy to work with your insurance company should there be some kind of a claim involved with your vehicle.
Look to us to replace or repair windshields, vent shades, back glass, and more. We can also work on heavy equipment or oversize vehicles, such as fire trucks or semis.
If you have a ding or crack in your RV’s windshield, it’s best to get it taken care of as soon as possible because, just like your car, changes in temperature can affect the cracks and make them get bigger, expanding over your entire windshield.
We also will work with your insurance company if a claim happens to be part of your work order, so never worry that insurance problems will prevent you from getting the job done.
The reason windshield cracks and damage can often be repaired is that the windshield has a laminate coating on its construction. This helps strong forces of impact not penetrate the windshield, causing only cracks or marks.
We are also well-versed at many types of other auto glass jobs, such as oversize vehicles (RV, semi), or heavy equipment (bulldozers, cranes). We can also work on your classic car’s auto glass as well.