Windshield repair may not seem like something you should take care of right away, but once damage happens, it should be a high priority on your list.
If you’re worried about taking time off of work, don’t. Joe’s Glass Co. has a mobile team that can come out to either your home or place of employment, so you don’t need to worry as much about scheduling.
When you warm your car up in the morning from extreme cold, cracks can grow into much larger cracks, sometimes taking up the entire window. In this case, the car could be unsafe to drive, so it’s best to get to us immediately.
In lieu of replacement, we can also provide a new install on most car or truck models so you can have the convenience of an auto vent shade. They can be installed on nearly every door or window.
Not all cars and trucks have quarter glass, but many do. It’s the smaller, often triangular pieces of glass that connect your main window and its frame. They could be damaged during an accident, during high winds or a ferocious storm, or from an attempted burglary, as well as other reasons.
Like your windshield, your back glass is essentially part of the frame of your car. It is as cohesive, holds everything together, and helps the car be structurally sound. When it’s missing, it does pose a safety risk.
There are several key things that will cause your windshield to need to be re-calibrated. Getting in a minor auto accident or fender bender is one of the top reasons.
There are a few things that could go wrong with your roof glass – perhaps storm damage caused a tree branch to fall on your car, or you were hit by a stray flying rock. Or, you were in a fender bender.
Of course, there are quite a few events that could occur to damage your auto glass. Perhaps your car was vandalized or burglarized, or you cut it too close when trying to pull into your guitar.
Joe’s Glass Co. realizes how busy people can be, and can offer you our mobile team. We can come to your location while you go on about your day, whether it’s home, work, or another spot. Just ask us how it works.
Just because it’s not your everyday car doesn’t mean Joe’s doesn’t know how to fix it – in fact, our techs are experts at all makes, models, and types when it comes to heavy equipment. This means if you need help replacing any glass parts on your tractor, backhoe, bulldozer, or work truck, we’ve got you covered. We can also replace the glass on your RV, camper, bus, or any other type of large vehicle.
We have been in the field for over 21 years, and our techs are well-versed in any type of make or model or car, truck, or another vehicle. While we can easily replace a full windshield or take care of a similar job on a modern car, we can also take care of custom auto glass jobs on older cars as well.
We can perform nearly any type of replacement on repair on your old or classic car, just as the same as we do on your newer-model vehicle. We can deliver custom jobs, laminate work, and complete replacements.
If you don’t have time or are unable to get your RV down to the shop to see us, you can always be visited by our convenient Joe’s Glass Co. mobile team. Our team will dispatch to wherever your RV is located and do the work there.
We can work on all types of vehicles, large or small, and can perform custom jobs, even on your classic cars or heavy equipment. This is why we can easily perform a large 1 piece replacement.
Your windshield will break a particular way because it’s made mainly of laminate types of glass. However, your passenger or side windows are likely constructed of tempered glass, which breaks into small pieces with the consistency of rock salt when damaged.
We can repair or replace your windshield, as well as your back glass, passenger or side windows, custom windows, sunroof or moonroof, and more. Different types of auto glass require different levels of care.
Once cracks spread, there must be a complete replacement instead of repair. Both jobs are easily performed in our shop, usually in under an hour.