Need Glass? Get Started Here:® Named Best New Website of 2018

SIPA recognizes as this year’s winner of
Best New or Relaunched Website Award


Washington, D.C. – was named the winner of the Best New or Relaunched Website Award by the Specialized Information Publishers Association (SIPA) of the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) at the 42nd annual conference held this summer in the nation’s capital.

“This is a huge achievement that validates our belief that is an eye-catching, easy to navigate site, that provides value to the users. We have a very talented team of designers, developers and marketers who have worked hard to make this happen,” says operations manager Daniel Snow.

From information about choosing an auto glass replacement company to providing ideas about selecting windows when it comes time for home renovation projections, has been positioned as the top consumer resource for information regarding all things glass. The site also features a hassle-free way for consumers to request quotes for their projects and schedule consultations with reputable local companies.

“If you need to have glass replaced on your home or auto, should be your first and last stop,” says Snow.

SIPA was founded in 1977 and is an international trade association designed to advance the interests of specialized information products. is based in suburban Washington, D.C. and has helped tens of thousands of consumers schedule glass replacement for their homes, businesses, vehicles, and more. has received multiple accolades and maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

For additional information or questions, contact operations manager, Daniel Snow, by email at

Copyright © Inc. All Rights Reserved. No reproduction without expressed written permission. Questions? Contact attempts to provide accurate information but cannot be held liable for any information provided or omitted.  You should always work with a licensed, insured and reputable glass shop that can assess your specific needs and local building codes and offer professional services. Never attempt to cut, install, or otherwise work with glass yourself. All content is provided on an informational basis only.

Please note, this article may contain links to Amazon products. As an Amazon Associate, earns from qualifying purchases.