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WHAT U DON'T SEE

• WE'VE SEEN SO MUCH COSTLY DAMAGE DUE TO IMPROPER AUTO GLASS & WINDSHIELD INSTALLATIONS •


• HERE IS OUR PHOTO GALLERY OF WHAT WE FIND AFTER REMOVING A WINDSHIELD THAT WAS PREVIOUSLY INSTALLED, WITHOUT CARE OR CONSIDERATION FOR THE CUSTOMER'S VEHICLE •


• FAST/CHEAP INSTALLATIONS ARE NOT MORE CONVENIENT OR COST EFFECTIVE IN THE LONG RUN •


• WE'VE INCLUDED IN OUR PHOTO GALLERY HOW WE REPAIR RUST DAMAGE TO THE PINCH WELD BEFORE INSTALLING A NEW WINDSHIELD •


• WHEN RUST DAMAGE EXTENDS UP OVER THE ROOF FROM THE PINCHWELD, THE ROOF WILL NEED TO BE REPAIRED AT AN AUTO BODY SHOP •


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Choosing An Auto Glass Installer
The first thing to look for when choosing an Auto Glass Installer is a company that has a good reputation and a proven service record. Next, make sure they have certified technicians performing the work on your vehicle. If you start with the right company, you're half way there. When the installer comes out, ask questions. Questions about when you'll be able to safely drive your vehicle and what kind of urethane he'll be using. He should be knowledgeable enough to answer any questions you may have. Make sure that he'll do a factory recommended "full cut out" instead of the quicker "short-cut" method which leaves most of the old sealant in place. The installer should carefully clean and always prime the windshield before installation. He should also use suction cups or at least disposable gloves while installing the windshield to insure that the adhesive surface of the glass does not become contaminated. Missing any of these steps could result in an improper and unsafe installation.
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