4 Things to Watch For When Selecting an Auto Glass Company

One of the biggest complaints from consumers looking for an auto glass company is that the auto glass company gives a price and then doesn’t honor the price they have quoted. For example, what ends up happening is the client believes they are getting their auto glass repaired or replaced for a set price, but More»

How to Communicate Which Auto Glass Part is Broken

Quite often, it can be difficult for someone to communicate the specific auto glass part that is broken on their vehicle, so that the correct glass is selected for them. So, in this post, we’re going to share the key terminology to use to ensure that the right, um..er… “correct” glass is selected for your More»

What’s the Latest Technology in Auto Glass?

There have been a lot of recent enhancements when it comes to the technology and features available for windshield glass. A good example is rain sensor technology. With rain sensors, the wipers are fully automated and there is no need for the driver to control and manage the windshield wipers. As a matter of fact, More»

How Can I Get My Insurance Company to Pay For My Windshield?

We are often asked if your insurance company will pay for getting your windshield replaced. As a matter of fact, there are two ways to approach getting your insurance company to pay for your windshield replacement. The first way is to call your insurance company and have them provide a “preferred vendor” to perform the More»

Can Auto Glass Be Replaced on a Rainy Day?

If it is a mobile service that is being used to replace the glass, the windshield can be replaced if there is adequate cover. The reason why their needs to be some cover is because the old glass has to be removed, which means that the interior section of the car is exposed for 30 More»

Driving Your Car After a New Windshield is Installed

At Mobile Glass, we recommend that a vehicle with a newly replaced windshield should not be driven for a period of 24 hours. This allows ample time for the urethane to dry –  urethane being the primary bonding agent used to fuse the glass to your vehicle. For those that simply can’t wait 24 hours, More»

The Difference Between OEM and After Market Glass

Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) glass is simply glass made by the company that was given the contract from the vehicle manufacturer. This does not mean, in many cases, that the glass itself is of a higher standard or quality. In most cases, the contract that is given from the car manufacturer to the OEM company More»

The Steps and Time it Takes to Install a Windshield

At Mobile Glass, we inform our customers that it will take approximately one hour to install their windshield. On average, the install takes between 30 to 45 minutes, while at times it can take up to 90 minutes. What are the steps to install a windshield? In order to begin your windshield replacement, we first More»