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Arlington Windshield Repair & Auto Glass Replacement

Car Windshield Replacement

Arlington residents prefer auto glass replacement and repair services from Mobile Glass for not one, but many reasons:

  • Quality workmanship
  • Competitive prices
  • Top quality OEM auto glass parts
  • Mobile, same-day service at your home or office
  • Timely and professional service
  • Warranty against material defects and workmanship
  • Mobile Auto Glass Repair and Replacement

    Our technicians do a clean and thorough job of fixing or replacing your vehicle's windshield or windows. Some of the services Mobile Glass offers include windshield crack repair, windshield replacement, electric power window repair and regular car window repair. From SUVs, trucks to luxury cars and minivans, our technicians have the requisite skill to handle all auto glass-related problems effectively.

    Windshield Repair

    Chips and cracks caused in your vehicle's windshield should not be treated lightly. Damages to the windshield contribute to poor driver visibility, consequently compromising on safety.

    Rock chip repair: Cracks that are less than .5 inches long are classified as chips. If left on their own, chips can grow into cracks and further damage your windshield. Mobile Glass uses rock chip repair to patch up chips by injecting adhesives into the affected glass areas. This is a reasonably simple yet effective restoration that extends the life of your windshield.

    Windshield crack repair: Chips that are over an inch long are categorized as cracks. Repairing cracks is a more involved and complex task best left to qualified technicians. If the crack on your car measures more than 3 inches, give Mobile Glass a call for an effective windshield crack repair.

    Car Window Services

    If your car window is not rolling up as it should or your motor is losing power resulting in a slow roll-up, it means that your car windows require servicing. Mobile Glass technicians will take a look at your car windows to determine whether a repair or replacement is the need of the hour and provide suitable solutions at affordable rates.

    The City of Arlington, Texas

    Situated in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area, Arlington, Texas, is a city in Tarrant County twelve miles east of Fort Worth and twenty miles west of Dallas. At the time of the 2007 census, Arlington's estimated population was 371,038 making it the seventh biggest city in the state of Texas. Arlington, TX is also the fiftieth largest city in the United States as a whole. Arlington, TX surrounds the communities of Dalworthington Gardens and Pantego and houses the Nuclear Regulatory Commission IV. Arlington is bordered by Kennedale, Grand Prairie, Mansfield and Fort Worth. Residents fall under zip codes 76000 and 76099 as well as area codes 682 and 817.

    Founded along the Texas and Pacific Railroad in 1876, Arlington, TX was named for General Robert E. Lee's Arlington House which was located in Arlington County, Virginia. Settlers flocked to the area to take advantage of the farming and cotton ginning opportunities Arlington, Texas offered its residents, it quickly grew and expanded. It incorporated in 1884 and was able to offer many services to its residents as a result. By 1910, residents had a public school system and access to telephone, water and natural gas services and more homes had electricity. The population of Arlington, Texas before World War II is believed to have been over 4,000 residents.

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