Drivers often put off getting auto glass repair work done because there’s just no time to take off of work or away from the family to do it. The good news is, Joe’s Glass Co. offers a mobile unit that can come to you.
Joe’s Glass Co. will work with your insurance company to make sure that your service is covered. We also can offer you our mobile team, who will come to you to get your windshield replaced.
Joe’s Glass Co. also works directly with your insurance company, so if you have a pending claim or are planning to file, this will not stand in the way of you getting your auto glass fixed.
The vent shade is the piece that extends from the window or door and helps protect the interior of your car. It can redirect wind, rain, and wet weather, and also keeps the harmful rays of the sun from hitting your seat during the summer. It may seem like a small item, but once it’s not working, you may miss it quite a bit. That’s where we come in.
Not all cars and trucks have the quarter panel, as it was a more common panel of glass several decades ago. It is the smaller panel of glass that is usually between the driver’s and passenger’s door and the accompanying glass, such as the windshield or back glass.
Your back glass is the large panel of glass that’s either above your trunk or part of your hatchback. Unlike a windshield, which is a prime target for flying debris, the damage that the back glass receives has much more impact.
You likely need windshield re-calibration if you just had your windshield repaired or replaced or you were in a minor accident. Occasionally, it may just need to be re-calibrated and it will let you know via a diagnostic light on your dashboard.
Ideally, you shouldn’t use your roof glass once it is damaged (open or close it) because it can damage the glass more, or cause a leak in your interior. Even if it’s a small crack, cold or warm air or weather can make it expand, which can make the damage even worse.
A side mirror replacement is a simple fix, even if you have a newer model car with heated side mirrors. Our techs are well-versed and up to date on all more modern makes and models, and can easily replace any side mirror for you.
We have been serving the greater Washington area for the past 21 years and are experts in the field of auto glass. No matter how your rear view mirror broke or fell into disrepair, we can have a replacement in place for you likely in less than an hour.
It can be a tough thing to do to drive your backhoe down to our service shop, but it’s good to know that we offer a mobile team that can come out to you instead. This also applies to our work with cars and trucks as well.
Joe’s Glass Co. does a lot more than simple windshield repair and replacement. We can perform custom work like cutting laminated glass to size, do windshield calibration or re-calibration for you, replace your vent shade, or even work on heavy equipment or oversize vehicles.
Many older cars were manufactured with laminated glass, which is something not as widely used today. If you want to stay true to your car’s character or overall look, it’s a good idea to have matching glass panels throughout the vehicle.
Joe’s Glass Co. is, of course, your go-to auto glass shop when you have problems with your car, truck, or SUV glass. However, we also are well-versed in working on a lot of other types of vehicles and glass projects, including custom glass.
We can work on your oversize vehicles, such as an RV or bus, or heavy equipment, like a crane or bulldozer, or even your classic car. We can also work on mechanic jobs too as they related to your auto glass – such as your door regulators.
Many windshields are constructed with some type of laminated glass and can be tough to penetrate. This makes windshields often a decent candidate for repair instead of replacement.