Here at Only 1 Auto Glass, we are dedicated to providing you with superior service that meets all of your needs. This is why we offer mobile windshield repair. That’s right, if you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you. We service all personal and commercial vehicles in the Twin Cities, Minnesota area. Just give us a call, and we’ll be on our way.
If you have comprehensive insurance coverage in the state of Minnesota, then your windshield repair is fully covered with no deductible. The only question is, what are you waiting for? The longer you wait to get your windshield fixed by an Only 1 Auto Glass repair specialist, the greater your chances are of suffering the consequences. Read below to find out what could go wrong and how it can affect you.
The answer to the question is yes, it is legal for someone to sell his or her vehicle to someone else with a broken windshield. The condition, however, is the buyer must be aware of the damaged glass, and agree to purchase the vehicle under the that condition. If you assume ownership of a car with a damaged window, then you should bring the vehicle to Only 1 Auto Glass to have all the windows inspected and the glass repaired.
Do you have a cracked or chipped windshield that needs to be repaired? Have you held off taking it to a glass repair technician simply for the fear that the glass may be too expensive to repair? The good news is, you may be one of thousands of drivers in Minnesota whose insurance providers will pick up glass repair bill for you.
If you have a small crack in your windshield, it may be able to be repaired by filling it in with resin. Unfortunately, not every crack can be repaired or should be. If the crack is splitting off in multiple directions, a repair may not hold. If the crack impairs your line of sight, it should not be repaired. And if the crack is along the edge of the windshield, you do not want to repair it; you should replace it. Here are a few reasons why Only 1 Auto Glass recommends replacing the windshield if you have a chip along the edge of the windshield:
There are a number of ways that you can get chips in your auto glass. The most common way is a rock flying up and hitting your windshield. But kids may also be playing with toys and hit your car or a stray bb pellet from a bb gun may hit your window. Regardless of how it got there, you may find yourself wondering if this new chip in the glass can be repaired. Here are a few of the factors that you need to take into account when determining whether a chip in auto glass can be repaired.
Rocks and other foreign debris can cause damage to your windshield. The impact of something that hits your windshield can leave behind chips, cracks or can even shatter your windshield. If your windshield has been damaged, you may be curious as to how a windshield is repaired. Here are the three common methods used for windshield glass repair.
A rock hitting your windshield can lead to a variety of cracks, breaks, chips and more. The impact of the rock can also be in the shape of a star or asterisk impression, a spider web or a bull's eye or target mark. If you have a mark on your windshield that is in the shape of a star, you may find yourself wondering if this type of mark can be repaired or if your entire windshield needs to be replaced. Here is some information you will want to know:
Windshield cracks are not all that uncommon. They are typically caused when a rock or piece of gravel flies up from the roadway or off a truck and hits your car's windshield while you are driving. Having the crack filled is extremely important. It helps to prevent the crack from growing larger as your car vibrates due to rocky roads or potholes. However, life happens, and sometimes people do not get their cracks or chips filled quickly. But with temperatures increasing and summer almost upon us, it is important to have your crack repaired soon.
When your auto glass is badly cracked, chipped or damaged beyond repair, you need to visit an auto body shop for a replacement, but where does the damaged glass go? There’s more than one answer because the glass can be recycled, reused or end-up in a landfill depending on the circumstances. The variability lies in the composition of windshields along with auto body shop best practices.