A broken windshield is a common mishap. It happens occurs to all of our vehicles at some point. Your windshield can break in a variety of ways, from rocks flying on the highway to vandalism to falling branches. No matter how your windshield breaks, you will want to be sure to get it fixed right away.
The world is constantly becoming more technologically advanced, and your auto glass is no different. While your windshield has long been an important part of your vehicle's safety system, its size and role are growing too, along with the rest of the glass in your vehicle.
Flash Glass of Michigan is the newest glass company to become an affiliate of Glass.com®. Flash Glass is a woman-owned business that has been family owned and operated in South Lyon, Michigan since 1998. Learn more here!
You've probably seen thousands of bugs go "splat" on your windshield. But did you know your windshield is stamped with its own permanent "bug" from the manufacturer?
Glass has become an everyday part of life—from the windows in our homes and offices to the windshields of our automobiles. And while you may not think twice about the glass touch screen on your cell phone or tablet, what if your windshield was just as interactive?
When you call an auto glass company to get your windshield glass replaced you will no doubt be asked about other features that may be part of your windshield. For example, do you have a rain sensor or a heads up display? If you don't know the answer don't worry.
Recently launched lead generation portal adds Century Glass to growing list of affiliates
A windshield that's completely shattered obviously has to be replaced. But what do you do when it's just cracked? A slight chip in your windshield may seem harmless, but when neglected, even a chip can crack and spread. Learn how to prevent your windshield chip or crack from spreading.
When something goes wrong with our vehicles, we often have a tendency to put off the fix for as long as possible. Just thinking about the potential cost and inconvenience a fix may cause can have that effect. But when it comes to a cracked windshield, a fix can’t come soon enough. Learn more here!
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!