Find Our Most Frequently asked questions Below
If you have full comprehensive insurance, the cost will be covered. You will have to pay your comprehensive deductible, which is different from your collision deductible. Please check with your insurance representative to find out.
We will bill your insurance company directly, so you don’t have the hassle.
No. Insurance is affected by collision claims, not comprehensive claims, which are what windshield replacement falls under.
When we provide you with a quote, we will ask you some questions to ensure that we provide you with the right glass for your replacement. You can also review our windshield options page here.
The actual replacement takes about one hour, but we recommend not driving the vehicle for 2-3 hours to ensure full bonding of the sealants. Based on humidity, temperature, and other factors, we’ll give you a safe time to drive away.
Yes, but we need a covered carport, parking structure or garage to work in for mobile services in inclement weather.
Safety Related Questions
Your windshield is integral to the safety mechanisms of your car. It supports the roof structure of the vehicle and acts as a backstop for airbag systems. A cracked, damaged or improperly installed windshield can compromise the safety performance of your vehicle in a collision.
Of course. We only use certified auto glass for installations, and ensure experienced and certified technicians install it. Windshield glass is integral to the safety of your vehicle, and we take your safety seriously.
Generally, cracks no longer than 15cm (6 inches) or less than 7.5 cm (3 inches) from the edge of the glass can be safely repaired. If you’re not sure, request a quote and upload a picture of the whole windshield with the damage visible. We’ll let you know if it needs replacement.