What is expert auto glass?
There are two main types of expert auto glass — tempered glass and laminated safety glass. Tempered glass, which typically is used on the rear and side windows, goes through a special process where it is heated and then quickly cooled. Laminated safety glass, which is typically used on windshields, is composed of two pieces of glass with a thin layer of vinyl. It's then heated and pressed together in an oven called an autoclave. Both types of glass are stronger and more impact resistant than regular glass. When tempered glass receives a strong hit, it will shatter, but it will shatter and fall to the ground into small pieces that do not have sharp edges like regular glass. When laminated safety glass receives a strong impact it will also shatter but, generally, the pieces will adhere to the vinyl and not fall to the ground.
What does expert auto glass do?
As expert auto glass repair operation involves the total removal of a damaged windshield and the replacement of the glass with an aftermarket windshield, there are other approaches to repairing a windshield. Many mobile auto glass repair technicians only repair the chip in a windshield in lieu of replacing the entire windshield.
Another service offered by expert auto glass repair is an auto glass repair, which is where the crack is filled with resin and smoothed until the damage is no longer visible.
Expert Auto glass repair cost
When something happens, the last thing you should do is put off the auto glass repair or replacement because of the cost. For that reason, at expert auto glass repair we offer competitive pricing to enable you to repair your damage as quickly as possible.
What some people don’t realize is that windshield repair cost is often fully covered by their insurance. To make the process easy, expert auto glass works closely with most of America's major insurance companies, so we can take care of your insurance claim for you.