The Situation: Small pits and chips in your vehicle's auto glass can be easy to ignore. After all, they're so small! But over time, small chips become small cracks, and then large cracks. And that's a problem.
If the crack spreads across the windshield, it can disrupt the driver's view and make driving unsafe. But there's another problem, too. The passenger compartment of your car was designed to be a shell of safety to protect you in case of a collision. Your vehicle's passenger side airbag is designed to use the windshield as a backstop in the event of a car accident.
If the windshield's integrity is compromised with rock chip damage or a crack, the airbag may not deploy properly and may compromise the structure and stability of the passenger compartment, and that makes your car unsafe to drive!
And it all can start with a small chip or pit in the glass.
The Solution: Take a few minutes now to have the pits or chips in your auto glass repaired. Since many insurance companies cover auto glass chip repair, and waive your deductible, it may not cost you anything except a few moments of your time.
So, what are the benefits of doing this now instead of waiting until the glass is actually cracked?
- It takes only moments: You'll save time and we provide same-day service!
- It costs little or no money: You'll save the additional expense of paying a deductible on your auto glass.
- It's safer for you and your family: You'll be maintaining the support structure of your car, which keeps everyone safer in the event of a collision.
So, how do you get your windshield cracks and chips repaired? Trust the windshield repair experts at Gerber Collision & Glass to help you get back on the road in no time.
Get a Windshield Repair Quote Online or call us at 877-7gerber (877-743-7237) for immediate assistance.
Repairing Your Windshield
If the area of damage to your windshield is smaller than a dollar bill, you may consider repairing the damage instead of replacing the entire windshield.
Windshield repair is a permanent process that removes air from the break and fills it with a curable, optically matched resin. The process bonds the glass together and restores strength and structural integrity of your windshield. Whereas the purpose of the repair is to prevent the break from spreading further, often our repair process will improve the break's appearance.
*Please note that you will likely still be able to see the repaired area and that sometimes the repair process will cause a crack to spread necessitating a full windshield replacement.
Nevertheless, more often than not a glass repair can be completed in a manner that will improve the appearance of your windshield significantly. Windshield repair is economical, safe and effective, and can usually be completed in under half an hour.
Book your windshield repair appointment online or call us at 877-7gerber (877-743-7237) for immediate assistance.
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