Where to start when Car’s Windshield cracks or breaks?

When your windshield chips, cracks or breaks on your car, it’s important to act quickly. Cracks that aren’t fixed in a timely manner could become dangerous hazards for drivers. Here are the one most important tip.

Find a trusted auto glass replacement company.

If you need to fix or replace your windshield, there are several things to consider before making a decision. First and foremost, make sure you find a reputable auto glass repair shop.

With so many auto glass companies out there, you need to pick the most reputable one for your car.

Many windshield repair and replacement companies use illegitimate sales tactics and sometimes even illegal in some states.

Check them out with BBB, read their reviews, real reviews and not copy and paste reviews, see if they have brick and mortar physical address and not just mobile service that could disappear on a moment’s notice. Also check how many years they have been in business.

Windshield is important for your safety. You should only replace your windshield with a brand new one and never used. Make sure that the quality of the windshield meets OEM specifications.

Francis & Sons Auto Glass is Different

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We do not offer cash-backs or use sleezy sales methods.

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We are a brick and mortar business with locations across the valley.

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We only use OEM approved replacement glass.

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We will repair your glass when it is repairable.

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We only use certified installers with at least 8 years experience.

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We have been in business for over 25 years.

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We are a family owned business and our reputation matter.

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We are licensed and bonded business.

In summary, pick an auto glass comapny that has been around for a good while so it won’t disappear on you when you need them, has brick and mortar presence, employs certified installaers by SIKA and AGRSS, offers a good warranty with no fine print. But most importantly, stay away from glass shops that offer you cash backs and restaurant vouchers, they are scamming you and the insurance company.