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Tiny & Sons Glass Company Signs on as Glass.com® Affiliate

January 16, 2017

Glass.com® today announced the addition of Tiny & Sons Glass Company of Pembroke Massachusetts to its growing list of affiliate companies. Tiny & Sons Glass Company specializes in automotive glass repair and replacement including work on antique vehicles. Learn more here!

Can a Cracked Windshield Shatter?

January 16, 2017

A cracked windshield can shatter, but there are several factors involved -- and "shatter" may not be entirely accurate. Here's what you need to know.

Will a Cracked Windshield Pass Inspection?

January 5, 2017

Your annual vehicle inspection is fast approaching. Your windshield has a crack but you can still see out of it, so it's not a big deal, right? Wrong answer. Find out if your windshield chips or cracks will pass inspection.

The Case of Reducing Outside Noise

January 5, 2017

Follow the Glass Detective as he tracks down the truth about reducing outside noise in and around your home by making changes to the type of window glass you’re using. Find out more here!

What Type of Windshield Chips Can be Repaired?

January 5, 2017

A rock has nicked your windshield. Can the glass be repaired? Let's look at a couple of key factors that play into repairing, as opposed to replacing, a damaged windshield.

Why Do Windshields Crack?

January 3, 2017

Glass doesn't really break "for no reason." There could be several causes for your windshield cracking, breaking or shattering. Let's take a look at some of the more common ones.

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