A small crack or “ding” can usually be repaired without a complete replacement, and this can either be done onsite, or the Joe’s Glass Co. mobile unit can come to your home or place of employment.
Many drivers worry about their insurance and their auto glass. Here at Joe’s Glass Co., we will work with your insurance company to make sure your work is covered and that the job is done right.
We are familiar with all types of auto glass issues and problems, and can repair or replace your side or quarter windows, driver’s and passenger windows, windshield, and perform custom jobs such as tint. We have over 21 years of experience in the business and are the best in the greater Washington area.
A vent shade is an overhang that is above a window in your car or truck. Its main function is to keep rain and snow out of your vehicle. It really can come in handy when you’re at a bank ATM or at a drive-thru.
Your quarter panel is the small piece of glass (often triangular) that separates the driver’s side window (or another window) from other windows in the car. Very often it will be next to the windshield or the back glass. It often gets damaged from storms, attempted thefts, or fender benders.
Your back glass is the large panel that is either above your trunk or part of your hatchback. This piece is often broken by the impact during a collision, or it could have been affected by a heavy storm or even an attempted burglary.
Sometimes, you’ll get a warning light on your dashboard, or your cameras (which are installed in the windshield) stop working. In either of these cases, it’s best to just bring it in for re-calibration.
A sunroof or moonroof that has damage also may leak, which is definitely not good for your interior, so you should get an auto glass concern fixed as quickly as possible. Here at Joe’s, we have been in business for 21 years serving the greater Washington area, and are experts when it comes to any auto glass issues, for any type of make or model of car or truck.
Just like other types of auto glass, there are several different things that could occur to damage a side mirror. Perhaps you were involved in a minor auto accident or even a major one. Maybe your vehicle was vandalized, or there was an attempted burglary. Perhaps you cut it too close pulling into a tight spot.
Whether you need a windshield replacement, a custom auto glass job, or your rear view mirror replaced, we’re the best company for the job. Our techs can usually get you in and out for a small job like rear view mirror replacement in under an hour.
We know that it can be difficult to drive your forklift down to our shop, so Joe’s Glass Co. offers a mobile service that can come to you instead. Just let us know where to be, and we’ll dispatch our team out to you so that they can take care of the problem efficiently and reliably.
We realize not every vehicle can make it down to the shop, and also it can be hard to find the time to come down as well. For this reason, Joe’s Glass Co. also offers a mobile team that can come to you instead. We are more than happy to come out, measure, cut, and replace the glass on site. Just tell us where to be. We will also work with your insurance company if there is a claim involved.
Joe’s is your go-to shop for everything auto glass. Whether you need a windshield on a car made in the 2000s, or you have a car from the 1960s that requires auto glass work, we’ve got you covered. Our techs are well-versed in all types of auto glass work and can do custom cuts. We also feature laminate glass for those who need it.
Our techs are experienced and well-versed in many different types of auto glass procedures that extend far beyond your standard car, truck, or SUV. Not only can we work on your RV, but we can also repair or replace glass problems on your classic car, heavy equipment, or another oversize vehicle.
We can also work with laminate glass on your classic or vintage vehicle, replace the auto glass on your piece of heavy equipment such as a bulldozer, or change the large windshield piece on your motorhome or bus.
Tempered glass used on your side windows typically cannot be repaired or patched; the entire panel requires a complete replacement. This is because tempered glass is designed to shatter into a consistency similar to that of rock salt.