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Car Windshield Replacement: We Replace Windshields for All Cars

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Take care of any damage on your car's windshield with our expert, mobile car windshield replacement services for all car makes and models.

Every service includes a 100% lifetime warranty, plus free mobile service to you anywhere in town. Call 480.907.3982 now to get a free quote and schedule a windshield replacement for your car!

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Lifetime Chip Repairs
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$575value w/ Windshield Replacement
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Lots of Damage? Get a New Windshield

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When your car's windshield has a significant chip or crack, then it will need a complete replacement.

Installing a New Windshield

Replacing a car windshield involves removing the broken glass, applying a fresh urethane seal, and then installing the new windshield. The whole process generally takes about 45-60 minutes until your car is ready to drive away.

We have an extensive team of mobile technicians that covers the entire Phoenix Metro Area. We can come meet you anywhere you'd like to install your new car windshield, and we never charge for mobile service.

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Easy Payment Options

Auto insurance policies in Arizona often cover glass damage since it's so frequent here.

Most of our customers get the entire cost of their car windshield replacement paid for through insurance. If you'd prefer to pay yourself, we accept cash, checks, credit and debit cards.

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Not Much Damage? Get It Repaired

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This is a quick and convenient option to take care of small chips or cracks.

What Kind of Damage is Repairable?

Not all damage to your car's windshield qualifies. Here are some basic guidelines:

  • Damage needs to be small. For chips, smaller than the size of a quarter. For cracks, smaller than a dollar bill.
  • Chip or crack can't be within two inches of the glass edge.

The Repairing Process

The process to repair a car windshield involves filling the chip or crack with a liquid resin, then curing the resin with ultraviolet light to harden it. The surface is then polished smooth.

There are normally some faint markings visible after we repair your car windshield, but the glass strength will be about the same as before so your car will be safe to drive.

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Every Service is 100% Covered for Life

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  • One of the reasons we've had hundreds of thousands of Valley customers over the past 20+ years is that we back every replacement and repair with a powerful, 100% lifetime warranty.
  • Sometimes parts weren't made properly, or a technician makes a mistake. We want our customers to know that they are covered if there are any problems with their service.
  • Our warranty coverage extends for the life of the vehicle, and covers any problems that may occur with parts or workmanship.
  • Give us a call today at 480.907.3982 to set up your car windshield appointment!
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FAQ


How can I get a windshield replacement or repair for my car?

1. Call us at 480.907.3982 or request a quote.

2. We'll work directly with your auto insurance company, or you can pay out-of-pocket.

3. We'll come install your new windshield anywhere Valley-wide.

4. We'll send you any special offers you qualify for, like free cash back!

Why choose us to for your car windshield replacement or repair?

1. Up to $275 Cash Back with Insurance

2. Same Day Available (Call 480.907.3982 to Verify)

3. BBB A+ Rated Auto Glass Shop

4. Licensed Technicians

5. OEM Glass or Equivalent

6. 100% Lifetime Warranty

Get started now! Call us at 480.907.3982 or request a quote.

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