Don't let an unexpected rock chip ruin your day.
We come to you and repair your windshield in about an hour.
Rock chips can spread at any time regardless of their age or size. Temperature changes, using your heater or defroster, even hitting a pothole or driving over a speedbump, can cause a chip to crack. Nothing is worse than having an unrepaired chip crack and spread, turning a simple repair into a costly replacement of your windshield. We can perform your repair at home, work, or anywhere in between. The entire process is usually done within an hour, making saving your glass as convenient as possible. Using the best tools and resins in the industry ensures our repairs stronger, look better, and allows us to back every repair we do with a lifetime money-back guarantee.
How do I know if my windshield can be repaired?
Please text a picture of the damage to 432-363-4399, and we can quickly determine if the glass can be saved. Since we can not control the quality of work, we do not recommend or work with any replacement shops if a replacement is a better option.
Will the chip or crack still be visible after the repair?
The goal of any repair is to save the windshield and avoid a replacement. You can expect the repair to look 70% to 90% better once repaired but can not be hidden completely. With over 12,000 windshields saved, we are experts in repairing glass, and our repairs look better than anyone in the industry.
Will the repair change the structural integrity of the glass?
A windshield will not lose any structural integrity if a rock chip or crack is repaired correctly. Windshield repairs are safe, affordable, legal, and a great alternative to replacing expensive glass.
Is the repair guaranteed?
Absolutely! We guarantee all of our repairs for as long as you own the vehicle. Although rare, if the damage ever grows or changes, please let us know and we will attempt the repair again free of charge. If we can not save the glass for any reason, we will refund any money paid for the attempted repair.
How long of a crack can be repaired?
We can repair almost any chip If it's still smaller than a quarter. If the chip has started to spread, please send us a picture of the damage to make sure it is still repairable. We can repair some cracks as long as 24".
What are some of the pros and cons of crack repair?
-Keeps the factory seal intact
Replacing your windshield and taking apart the factory seal can lead to several issues. Wind noise, rust, stress cracks, and even water leaks can result from the poor installation of a new windshield. Repairing the glass keeps the factory windshield and seal in place and working correctly.
-No need for calibration
On newer model vehicles, the windshield has several sensors in the glass. This is referred to as ADAS ( which stands for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems). They utilize radar, lidar, cameras, computer imaging, sensors, networking, and other devices to help create a safer driving experience. Some of the most common sensors are:
Forward collision warning
Automatic emergency braking
Adaptive cruise control
Lane departure warning
Rear cross-traffic alert
Adaptive headlights that steer with the vehicle
Automatic headlight high-beam activation and dimming
Windshield crack repairs are safe.
If repaired properly by a certified technician, a crack repair will not affect the windshield's structural integrity.
Most crack repairs can be done at a fraction of the cost of replacement.
Repairing a crack can usually be completed in about an hour and can be done at your home, office, or any safe location.
Stop the crack from spreading further.
Once repaired, the damage will not spread, and the repair will last a lifetime.
As with any glass repair, you can not completely hide the damage. Even though it will be fully repaired, many factors contribute to how a repair will look once completed. Once completed, you can expect the repair to look 70% to 80% better visually. If the crack is in a place that will bother you visually, a replacement may be a better option.
-Age of the crack
-Type of crack
-Dirt or debris
-Location on the windshield
Are you certified and insured?
Yes, We are fully insured and a Certified Windshield Repair Technician with the National Windshield Repair Division of the Auto Glass Safety Council - Accreditation # 21-R0024. We treat every vehicle with the same care and attention to detail like it is our own.