Discovering a broken windshield or car window is never enjoyable. You know you’re going to have to replace the glass as well as clean up the remnants. There’s always one or two pieces that stick around in the car that you discover months later, and it’s a hassle to take your car in for new glass. You might be suspecting a rock made contact—either accidently or deliberately—with the glass, but did you know there are other things that can break auto glass? Continue reading “Was It a Rock? Or Something Else?”
Your vehicle’s windshield is one of its most important safety features. While it may look like any other glass, auto glass is designed to protect you in an accident.
Most types of glass, including the glass used in home windows, will shatter into sharp shards if broken. It doesn’t take much to break window glass, but auto glass needs to stand up to hazards like Continue reading “What Makes Auto Glass Different?”