Little cracks can become bigger problems, and then you’ll need to look for full auto glass replacement in Kirkland. Whether you need repair or a full replacement, Joe’s Glass Co. will get the job done.
Here at Joe’s Glass Co. we know why it’s so easy to put off windshield repair appointments – it’s tough to find the time to do it. That’s why we have a mobile team that can come to you at your job or home, so you don’t have to spend your day sitting in our waiting room.
Everyone has busy lives and may not have time to sit at a service shop all day. That’s why Joe’s Glass Co. mobile team can come to you if you need us. Just tell us where to be, and we’ll perform the service for you right then and there.
Whether you need a first-time install or a vent shade replacement, we can get the job done. We will also work with your insurance company if there is a claim involved.
Joe’s Glass Co. works with your insurance company to ensure that your job is done in a timely fashion and a claim will not hold it up. Drivers often worry when there is insurance involved, but we’re more than happy to work with your claims department and agent.
Many people tape the back glass, use plastic, or plexiglass to cover up the breakage in the interim. However, this poses a safety risk and doesn’t work well for very long.
Things that can cause your windshield to need to re-calibrated include complete windshield replacement and a minor fender bender. If you are in an accident (even a small one), it can make the system not work properly.
There are a few instances that could occur that could cause your sunroof to be damaged. Things like storm damage, minor accidents, flying pebbles or rocks, attempted burglaries – these are all things that can damage the roof of your car, especially if there’s glass involved.
Replacing a side mirror is a relatively quick and simple job, even if there are other attributes involved (such as heated side mirrors). However, drivers have a tendency to put appointments off simply because they don’t have the time.
We have been serving the greater Washington area for the past 21 years with our auto glass service, and are familiar with all aspects of the trade, from fixing your rear view mirror to custom auto glass to replacing a windshield.
Not only can Joe’s Glass Co. work on your everyday cars, trucks, and SUVs, our techs are well-versed and knowledgeable with all types of heavy machinery, and we will always perform the repair with the same love and care that we give your other vehicles. When it comes to heavy equipment, this includes vehicles such as tractors, bulldozers, cranes, forklifts, and even oversize vehicles, such as ambulances, RVs, campers, and train car windows.
Our techs are familiar not only with modern-day cars but with older and classic cars as well. We can also perform windshield calibration or replace the glass on pieces of heavy equipment. Many older cars have differently sized panels, which may be a challenge for a regular shop.
Many older auto glass panels are oddly shaped or sized, so often times you can’t take them to regular auto glass job in order for them to perform the job. Here at Joe’s, our techs are familiar with all sizes of shapes of auto glass, as well as all different types of makes and models.
We’re here to help and be your auto glass shop that you use for everything glass. We’re not limited to just cars, trucks, and SUVs, and can offer auto glass work for everything from your RV to your bulldozer, should you need the help.
Whether it’s your oversized vehicle, such as your bus, RV, or semi, or it’s a piece of heavy equipment, like a tractor or crane, or it’s your classic car, we’ve got you covered.
In mostly all cases, tempered glass is not eligible for repair. It will shatter into small pieces, kind of like the consistency of rock salt, and is impossible to patch or repair. It will require a full replacement.
If you have an insurance claim involved with your work order, it’s no problem as we work with all insurance carriers. We can also offer you our Joe’s Glass Co. mobile service, which can come to your house or another designated location.
Little cracks or marks in the windshield can often be repaired or patched, and this kind of damage doesn’t require a complete replacement. However, if you let cracks go for too long, they can expand, especially in extreme weather or temperature changes.
Your auto door glass, on the other hand, is made of tempered glass, which is designed to shatter into fine sand-like crystals on impact. It does this to prevent passengers and drivers from being injured.