One of our Joe’s Glass Co. techs will take a look at your auto to assess the damage, and give you a free quote. If your windshield needs a complete replacement, it can be completely fixed in under two hours.
Not too many people have free afternoons to spend at the auto glass company. This is why Joe’s Glass Co. has a mobile unit. Whether you’re at home or at work, we can come to you and get the job done. This way you can stay at work or home with the kids.
We work with windshields, door glass, and provide custom jobs as well. If the damage to your car or truck is part of an insurance claim, don’t worry. We’ll work closely with the insurance company to ensure that your job is covered, and done properly and efficiently.
Replacing the vent shade is an easy and simple job, and there are quite a few reasons why drivers may put it off. If the replacement is a result of damage from an incident, drivers may be worried about insurance claims and red tape. However, Joe’s Glass Co. works with all major and minor insurance companies, so if there is a claim involved, we will make sure it does not affect the job.
Quarter glass panels were more popular in older cars, but in modern times, many models still carry them as well. Typically, they need complete replacement because they’re so small. It’s possible to patch a windshield but is unlikely for a piece of quarter glass.
Your back glass is the large piece of glass that is right above your trunk or part of your hatchback. It’s just as important to the structure and frame of your car as your windshield, and driving with a broken one is unsafe.
There are a few reasons why you may need windshield re-calibration. Sometimes your cameras may simply stop working, or you’ll see a dashboard notification light up to let you know maintenance is needed.
There are quite a few things that could occur to your sunroof to make it inoperable. Keep in mind any type of crack or ding should make the sunroof unusable.
There are many things that could happen when it comes to your mirror. Perhaps you cut it too close trying to fit into a tight space, or someone was too close to you and hit the mirror.