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Broken window damage repair is a job for professionals

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Window damage repair might seem simple. However, it is not quite the same as changing your own oil. In fact, Action Auto Glass has certified window repair experts that have seen some drivers make a small problem into a major problem. Read on to discover why experience is so important for auto glass services. What sort of window damage repair mistakes are common? Some drivers try to use at-home kits to fix a rock chip. If you are not familiar with the materials and the process, you can actually cause more damage, instead of fixing the original chip. Web video Read more…

Windshield rock chip repair

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The largest misconception regarding windshield chips is that they will disappear once repair has been done on the chip. The sole purpose of a windshield rock chip repair is to maintain the structural integrity of the windshield. Any aesthetic improvements are considered a bonus. A windshield is considered broken once it has a rock chip in it. This is understood throughout our industry. There are many different types of chips and environmental factors that make for a whole array of varied windshield chip repair results. Some chips can get worse during the repair depending on the type of damage that Read more…

Winter Wonderland for auto windshields

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Old Man Winter is here and he’s back at his nasty habits…cracking windshields. For fun, we like to image he’s a weathered and aged snowman (maybe Olaf, for those of you who are tired of watching a particular animated, wintry movie) who uses his ex-professional wrestling skills to crack windshields, instead of skulls, with his not-so-warm hugs (another Olaf joke, sigh). All jokes aside, winter is unfortunately the time when windshield cracks are most likely to expand. Keep reading to learn more about this frustrating, winter surprise. It’s winter, and we all have tons of things to do and worry Read more…