A damaged windshield is not just an esthetic issue, it can be a real concern as it is linked directly to the safety of your vehicle. If you own a car with a damaged or cracked windshield the smallest impact can severally break the already damaged windshield that is no longer capable of holding the impact due to a flying stone or an accident.
Don’t take a risk driving with damaged car glass, even if you do not have a windshield insurance or you have high deductibles. what you can and should do is contact a windshield repair & replacement shop in Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Mississauga or Milton and Georgetown and have them inspect the damaged windshield and provide you with a quote to repair or replace the damaged windshield.
When talking to the auto glass shop, ask if they offer to pay your insurance deductibles if you have insurance but if you do not have the windshield insurance, just let the autoglass technician know as he may be able to offer a lower price to you.
Some of the independent auto glass shops are very competitive and very professional and can not just offer a lower price to replace your windshield or any other car glass, but also offer warranty, and have the parts in stock so that your windshield can be repaired or replaced at the same day.
Ask the autoglass shop also if they offer mobile service to replace your windshield in and around Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Milton, Georgetown and Mississauga. If they offer a mobile auto glass repair and replacement service, you may want to call them to your work or home and the mobile auto glass service will come will the right windshield and all required parts with them.
I have looked at the speers auto glass shop and the wizard auto glass shop and they both offer the following services:
1. Lowest windshield repair and replacement quotes.
2. Up to 100% insurance deductibles.
3. Mobile windshield repair and replacement service in Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Milton, Georgetown and Mississauga.
4. Same day fast service and warranty.
Before you hand your vehicle ask the autoglass technician to explain the repair to you and to share his findings regarding the safe repair of your windshield or if you should instead consider replacing the windshiled and if replacing the windshield is the best option for your specific car make and model.
Remember the safety of your car glass is the safety of your passengers.
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This post was written by Speers Auto Glass Staff