Brigid O'Leary

Brigid O'Leary

Brigid O'Leary

Author Bio

Brigid O'Leary has been writing about the auto glass and fenestration industries for more than 15 years and is responsible for the upkeep of Glass.com’s Glass Dictionary. She previously served as editor of AGRR and Window Film magazines. O'Leary earned her Bachelor's Degree in Communication from Randolph-Macon Woman's College in 2001.

In addition to technical/industry writing, the mother of two serves as the media contact for STEP VA, a Fredericksburg, Va.-area nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering people with disabilities through artistic expression and sensory exploration, and is an active member of the local Special Education Advisory Committee.

Posts by Brigid O'Leary


On Time: When to Repair, When to Replace

Why shouldn’t you wait to make the call about a broken windshield? The longer you wait to address the problem, no matter how small the chip or crack, the more chance there is of said damage expanding. Find out more here!

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Mobile vs. Shop Visit for Windshield Replacement

The glass shop contacts you to ask if you want the replacement done at your home or office, or if you had planned to bring it to their shop. Which option is best? Join us as we take a quick look at the differences between windshield replacements done mobile vs. replacements done at the auto glass shop.

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