Dallas Mobile Glass in provides quality solutions for mobile windshield replacement in Irving, Tx at competitive prices. When you need help with repairs or replacement of your windshield, we’re your huckleberry. Quality workmanship, friendly customer service, same-day service and coming to your home or office to save you time and headaches; differentiates us from our competitors. Give us a call to receive a free quote for your auto glass servicing needs.
Auto Glass Replacement and Repair Services
We offer a range of auto glass solutions, from windshield replacement, car window repair, to auto glass installations. Our knowledgeable and highly-trained technicians are proficient in handling different makes and models of cars as well as trucks. We use high-quality parts from original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and advanced tools to fix issues with your vehicle’s auto glass. Our services inspire complete trust and are warranted against material and workmanship defects.
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Power Window Repair
Mobile Glass warns vehicle owners against attempting to fix their cars’ power windows on their own. This is an intricate task involving disassembly of the car door panels—something that only a qualified technician can handle. If the need for a power window repair is urgent, simply give us a call and we’ll send our technician to your home or office to get your car’s window up and working in the shortest amount of time.
Mobile Windshield Chip Repair
A windshield repair entails patching of chips and cracks in your vehicle’s windshield. A crack that measures under 0.5 inches is a chip. Chips, if left unattended, can grow into larger cracks and reduce the lifetime of your windshield. Mobile Glass uses a repair process that effectively patches up chips in your windshield, making it as good as before the defect.
With Grapevine, Farmers Branch, Dallas, Grand Prairie, Arlington and North Richland Hills as its closest neighboring communities; Irving, Texas is a city located in Dallas County and is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The population of Irving, TX has been steadily increasing since 2000 when the United States Census reported a population of 191,615. That number increased to 201,927 in 2006 as reported by the North Central Texas Council of Governments, although the United States Census Bureau reported a slightly lower 196,084.
Residents of Irving live in zip codes 75000 through 75099 and the 972 area code. SH 183, also referred to as the Airport Freeway, runs east to west throughout the city as does I-635, or the LBJ Freeway, although this route falls more toward the northern edge of the city.
One of the very first master-planned developments in the United States is located in Irving, Texas: the Las Colinas area, which comprises over 12,000 acres. This area also includes the world’s largest equestrian sculpture—the Mustangs at Las Colinas and the Irving Convention Center which opened in January 2011—275,000 sq. ft. covering over 40 acres of land that is unlike any other convention center. It utilizes natural light as much as possible and is designed as two boxes, stacked and rotated, to create cantilevered corners that provide several shaded outdoor areas for visitors to use. The majority of the building is surrounded in glass for natural light and curtained with a perforated copper facade that will eventually age to a natural copper patina creating a unique appearance and reducing consumption of energy. Of course, Irving’s other claim to fame is being home to the Dallas Cowboys football team from 1971 to 2008.
J.O. ‘Otto’ Schulze and Otis Brown founded Irving, Texas in 1903. Although the exact origin of the name is unclear, it is believed to have been named after author Washington Irving. By the early 1960s, Irving, Texas had several retail and financial businesses, churches, schools and a transportation system.