Won't I save money just getting my windshield replaced?
No. repairing a windshield costs a fraction of replacement. In fact, many insurance companies will waive your deductible and pay for the repair directly.
Which is faster, repairing a crack or just sticking in a new windshield?
Repair is much faster… and convenient. Unlike specific needs of replacing a windshield, a crack can be repaired in just about any environment, mobile or in-shop – with no degradation of glass quality.
Seems repair or replacement is easy enough, why would one be safer for me than the other?
Actually, no windshield is quite as safe as the original (installed when your vehicle was built). With repair, we don’t need to remove the seals and potentially reduce the effectiveness of the OEM glass in your vehicle. Filling a crack is far safer, and allows you to drive away immediately following the repair.
Isn’t a new (replacement) windshield more durable than a repair?
No. In fact, many glass shops use reduced quality (cheap) glass to replace your windshield. This increases their profits – but significantly reduces the clarity and safety of your windshield. The same holds true for the adhesives used in replacement jobs. Some adhesives are far better than others, but also more expensive.
You can actually be put in harms way if the replacement shop uses an inferior adhesive. You must also pay attention to SDAT (Safe Drive Away Time) or your windshield could launch from your vehicle if you were in an accident within a few hours of the replacement job completion.
Is it true that you can see a “wave” in the glass where you repair the windshield?
SuperGlass Windshield Repair guarantees the quality of our repair work. If you feel the repair isn’t to your satisfaction, or that you can see a disturbance in the repaired glass, we won’t charge you for the work.
Isn’t it true that a brand new windshield will help me sell my vehicle, rather than just repairing it?
Not typically. Because of inferior windshield products often used by windshield replacement shops, you could actually decrease the value of your vehicle. A repair, however, leaves the windshield and its seal intact, only repairing the area that needs fixing.