We replace windshields to all makes and models. Whether you are driving a sedan, a pick-up, a van, or a truck, we have you covered.
If you are looking to make a claim on your insurance, we can help you with that too.
Please have your vehicle make, model, and the year before contacting us. This will help us to give you an accurate quote much sooner.
For newer vehicles, we may ask for you to identify some specific features on your windshield. If you are unsure about which features you may or may not have, please consult our features identification page.
If you are still unsure, we may ask you to provide your vehicle VIN. In some cases, we may just need to see the car in person.
How Long Does It Take?
We apply our expertise to work quickly and efficiently. A typical windshield replacement will take us anywhere between 45 to 60 minutes. Some replacements can be done as quick at 10 to 15 minutes.
Can I Drive My Car After?
The time it takes for your vehicle to be safe to drive is dependent on the curing time of the adhesive used to set your new windshield to the body of your car.
Safe drive-away-time is typically 60 to 90 minutes.
The process of replacing a windshield requires the removal of several parts on your vehicle and then putting them back. By the time we are finished, your new windshield would have been setting for 15 to 20 minutes already.
Why Do You Use Green/Orange Tape?
Once we’ve finished installing the new windshield, we use a few strips of tape along the top or sides of your windshield. This is meant to prevent your windshield from sliding and moving while the adhesive cures. The adhesive used to set your windshield is extremely powerful. In many cases, we don’t actually need to use any tape.
Some windshields are very large (and heavy) and sit on your vehicle at a really low angle. This can cause your windshield to lose its original setting position. Using just a little bit of tape has worked tremendously.