Hutto residents prefer Mobile Glass for emergency auto glass repair and replacement services. Our qualified technicians provide timely service that ensures your car is good to get back on the road quickly. Call Mobile Glass now for personalized service at your home or office.
Mobile Glass has a reputation for professionalism and quality service. Here are some reasons why you should partner with us for all your auto glass repair and replacement needs.
We source high quality auto glass parts from leading Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM). Whether you own an exotic luxury car or a popular workhorse, you can trust us with your Hutto windshield repair or replacement, power window repair and car window replacement jobs. We undertake service and repair of many car and truck brands, including Audi, Cadillac, Ford, Lexus, Honda, Isuzu, Mercedes, BMW and Kenworth to name a few.
Your vehicle’s windshield is vital for your comfort and safety. Ignoring a damaged windshield can endanger driver, as well as passenger, safety. We offer mobile windshield chip repair, windshield crack repair and windshield replacement for bigger cracks. Using the effective rock chip repair process and state-of-the-art tools, we make sure that the repair or replacement is carried out flawlessly. You don’t have to drive down to our service center with a damaged windshield, just give us a call and we will send a technician to your home, office or any other Hutto location.
Mobile Glass offers car window repair and replacement services. We undertake window regulator, elevator, and motor repair and service at unbeatable prices. Our expert technicians fix car window cracks and chips, including tinted glass windows.
Located seven miles east of Round Rock and twenty-two miles northeast of Austin in Williamson County, Hutto is considered to be one of the fastest growing cities in the United States thanks in large part to Highway 130′s toll road project. With a population in the 1,000s in 2000, the number exploded to nearly 14,000 people within city limits alone. Taking into account those in the school district, the number reaches an impressive 17,000 people. This is a far cry from the 630 people estimated to reside in Hutto in 1990. All residents of Hutto fall under the 78634 zip code and 512 area code.
Hutto was not officially established until the International-Great Northern Railroad established a stop on land that was owned by James Emory Hutto in 1876. The stop was named for him, as was the town that sprang up around the stop. Hutto left in 1885 and moved to Waco where he got into the hardware business. Hutto soon became the destination for many ranchers and farmers from Sweden and Germany who were looking to start their new lives in America.
The hippopotamus has long been the mascot of Hutto schools with the earliest appearance of this particular mascot being in 1923. Although the origin for that mascot has never been proven, the popular story is that a hippopotamus escaped from a circus railcar prompting much hysteria from the circus workers and much amusement for observers. Whether or not that is the real story, no one knows for sure, but it makes for a great legend!