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Do-It-Yourself Auto Glass Repair Kits: Are They a Waste of Money?

DIY auto glass repair products are widely available, but that doesn’t mean they’re a good option for auto glass repair. Click to learn what you need to know about the risks of DIY auto glass repair. 

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Rock Chips in Your Windshield: Repair Vs. Replacement

No matter where you drive, there are rocks on the road, and all it takes to find yourself with a damaged windshield is one errant pebble. While most small rocks cause only minor windshield damage, when ignored, that damage can put you and your passengers’ safety at risk.

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Potential Dangers of an Improperly Installed Windshield Replacement

Have you recently had a windshield replacement on your vehicle? Are you worried it wasn’t properly installed? If so, this situation is never something to take lightly — faulty windshield installation can put your safety (and even your life) at risk.

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Planning to Sell Your Vehicle? Why You Should Repair That Damaged Windshield First

Planning to sell your vehicle? If it has a damaged windshield, it’s always a good idea to pursue auto glass repairs before you list it. Though it might seem like an unnecessary hassle and expense, handling the repairs before you sell can actually save you money. The experts at Only 1 Auto Glass explain why below.

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Auto Glass Repair Non-Negotiables: What to Look for in a Repair Shop

Need that chip in your vehicle window repaired? Perhaps you need a complete windshield replacement? When it comes time to select an auto glass repair shop, you shouldn’t just choose the first company you find. Why not? Because you haven’t done your research yet!

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4 Tips for Keeping Your Windshield Scratch Free

Scratches in your windshield aren’t just an eyesore; they can compromise your visibility on the road and put your safety at risk. At Only 1 Auto Glass, we emphasize the importance of a fully intact, scratch-free windshield because we understand the critical role it plays in protecting you and your passengers. To help you maintain your auto glass in top condition, below, we share a few tips for keeping your windshield free of scratches.

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Is There a Remedy for a Sandblasted Windshield?

If your vehicle has a sandblasted windshield, there’s a good chance you already know about it — even if you aren’t aware of what this particular form of glass damage is called. And if you’re driving around with sandblasted auto glass, your safety is at risk.

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Driving With Damaged Auto Glass: 3 Common Questions

For many vehicle owners, windshield and window damage occur at the most inconvenient time possible, which can make scheduling a repair appointment quite challenging. At Only 1 Auto Glass, we understand you’re busy, and sometimes, making time for auto glass repairs immediately after a damaging incident is out of the question.

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4 Unexpected Ways You Can Damage Your Auto Glass

How well do you take care of your vehicle’s windows? Do you clean them regularly, using the appropriate materials? Do you park in safe, covered locations? At Only 1 Auto Glass, we know how easy it can be to assume auto glass doesn’t require much care or attention at all—but that assumption might just prove an expensive mistake. Below, we explain X common ways drivers unintentionally damage their auto glass and offer suggestions to help you better protect your vehicle windows.

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3 Windshield Repair Techniques Explained

If your auto glass recently sustained damage, you’re likely wondering what your repair options are. Should you attempt a DIY repair? (Hint: the answer is no!) Or should you opt for professional attention? (That’s a definite affirmative). When it comes to repairing auto glass, a trained technician has a few different options at his disposal, and even the least effective among them is better than a DIY kit. At Only 1 Auto Glass, we employ industry best practices and materials when performing auto glass repairs, and below, we’ve outlined how each process works.

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