Door Glass Replacement
Few things are more frustrating than when your car’s window develops a chip or crack, but driving with damaged glass isn’t a cosmetic issue alone. When windows are not in full, working order, they pose serious safety risks to you and your passengers. Cracks in glass obstruct and distort the vision of the driver.
Why Tempered Glass Must Be Replace
These days, much of the glass in your vehicle is tempered glass, including sunroofs, rear windshields, and passenger windows. With safety in mind, tempered glass is designed to break into small pieces in the event of a collision. This is much safer than other types of glass, which can break into dangerous shards and impose serious bodily harm. Because of its safe-shatter design, repairing tempered glass is not an option. Any damaged tempered glass must be completely replaced.
The specialists at Infinite Auto Glass are fully qualified to replace your car’s damaged door glass with high quality, aftermarket glass. We provide expert consultation so your new window will perfectly match your existing ones. Your replacement glass can even be manufactured with the same tint as the original. Most repairs can be completed in under an hour.
At Infinite Auto Glass we are sure to take care of you and your vehicle during every step of the repair process. Replacing tempered door glass is multi-step process:
- First, we carefully remove the panel on the door that houses the compromised glass.
- Next, we remove the glass. Depending on the state of the window, it may be necessary to safely break the glass to remove it in pieces
- Then, we completely vacuum and remove any pieces of glass.
- Finally, we install your new window and put the panel back in place.
Contact Infinite Auto Glass Today for a Quick and Inexpensive Replacement
We pride ourself on our customer service. If you have any questions or if you’re looking for an instant quote, don’t hesitate to contact us today. We work with all insurances. We offer both in-house and mobile appointments for the Northeast Ohio area.