Are your Technicians Trained properly?
Yes! Our techs are trained by the only authority in Auto Glass industry standards, the AGRSS. We are Auto Glass Safety Council certified. Many of your leading, national companies are not training their techs this way (the right way) in order to save money and time. This results in poor and unsafe installations. Be sure to choose a shop you know is certified and trained.
The Full-Cutout Method:
Our installers follow the Full-Cutout Method. This is very important. Some companies/installers don’t follow this in order to save time and use less product. The Full-Cutout Method is the only method that is an AGRSS Industry Standard and approved by all vehicle manufacturers.
We use OEM Quality glass and urethane that cures in 1 hour.
Original Equipment Manufacturer, OEM quality is the best available. Insist on having OEM quality products used for your vehicle. Getting you back on the road as quickly and safely as possible is important to us, so we use a quality urethane with an industry leading 1hour drive away time. There are cheaper products out there and some companies are willing to cut corners by using those products and also skipping important steps in the replacement process. What’s more important, your safety or a few dollars?
What is your Warranty?
We stand behind our work. That means we are confident that the job will be done right the first time and if there is a problem it will be taken care of–whether it’s an air noise, a water leak or a stress crack. We warranty our work for lifetime you own the car. So relax and have peace of mind knowing your are taken care of.
Does the passenger’s side air bag and the roof of my vehicle count on the windshield to be installed properly?
Any reputable auto glass company should be able to answer this question.
YES! The passenger’s side air bag can hit the windshield at over 200mph! If the w/s is not properly installed it could pop out during an accident greatly increasing the possibility of more severe injuries or death.
YES! The w/s and back window of your vehicle can provide up to 60% of the roof strength in a roll over accident. If either one is incorrectly installed they may fail to hold up the roof and that could cause it to collapse down on the passengers. As manufacturers continue to find ways to make vehicles lighter and cheaper to produce, glass is being counted on even more as one of the most important safety features in your vehicle.