There are many, many auto glass and windshield replacement companies in existence, so it would be hard to pin down one that is better than all the rest. However, there are a few criteria that separate the best ones from the others.
One key qualifier for the superiority of an auto glass and windshield replacement company is its standing with the Auto Glass Safety Council™ (AGSC) . This is a not-for-profit organization, founded and supported by companies in the auto glass replacement industry, dedicated to the safe and quality replacement of auto glass.
The Council, which is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standards development organization, has developed North America’s only auto glass replacement standard, which addresses procedures, education and product performance.
All companies registered and certified by AGSC meet or exceed the Automotive Glass Replacement Safety Standard (AGRSS Standard) and undergo periodic audits by an outside auditing agency that checks that they are performing their installations in accordance with these standards.
AGSC has a regularly updated list of registered member companies on its website, which includes replacement companies from every state in the U.S. The site also includes an updated list of AGSC-certified technicians. The glass.com site also includes a badge that shows those companies that are AGSC registered next to the company listing, making it easy to tell which companies are registered.
Rest assured that glass.com strives to list services only from quality glass shops. For extra peace of mind, when searching Glass.com for the best windshield repair or replacement company, look for affiliates that use the AGSC badge—this means they are accredited members with the Auto Glass Safety Council.
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