Why Replacing A Cracked Windshield is Important

December 18, 2015 7:48 pm Published by

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When you are faced with the task of replacing your windshield, many car-owners seek the cheapest replacement option. We all want to save money, but the problem lies within the quality of the fix. The glass replacement must be done properly in order for you to avoid larger problems and extra expenses in the future.

The average cost of a windshield replacement ranges from $170 to $300. We are offering a seasonal special – Save money replacing your windshield by trusted professionals for only $177.

Driving with a cracked windshield

Small chips in your windshield are a simple fix by a reputable auto glass expert. Although, if the chip in your windshield is too large, or it spreads over time, the entire windshield will need to be replaced. Driving with a  cracked or chipped windshield can be dangerous as it can impair your visibility when driving, and chips and crack can expand in a very short period of time. It is a good idea to have the chip or crack, no matter how small Рfixed as soon as you notice it.

Windshield replacement

Many chips or cracks can be repaired for an affordable price, and sometimes they will be covered by your car insurance. If the damage is more than a small chip or crack, it can be more costly also meaning that a simple repair, or self-repair will not fix the issue.

Although the windshield replacement process is typically a quick one, you will want to find a professional who has the expertise, and tools to complete the job properly. If you have a damaged windshield and are unsure whether you have it replaced or repaired, get an opinion from a trusted professional.

At Speers Auto Glass we will perform the windshield replacement you need for an affordable price! Call us at 905-339-0339 or click here for a free quote today!

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