Repairing vs. Replacing a Car Windshield Advice

Car Windshields often can be repaired rather than replaced, but specific criteria must be met. No deductible applies for windshield glass repairs by a Houston windshield repair shop in insurance companies’s network, provided you have comprehensive coverage and your glass claim is covered.

Can your windshield be repaired?

If you answer “yes” to the questions below, your windshield might be a good candidate for repair.

Is the windshield damage less than 24 inches?
Does the damage appear similar to one of the examples below?

edge_crackchip repair

So if you get a chip or a cracked windshield, don’t ignore it.
It won’t go away, and if you act quickly you can often have it repaired before the windshield crack spreads. If you don’t do anything about the crack or chip, you may need an entirely new auto glass. Replacement becomes your only option once a crack or chip grows larger than 24 inches.

This is because a car windshield is a sandwich made up of two layers of glass with a vinyl layer between them. If moisture gets into the vehicle windshield through the crack, it can damage the vinyl, weaken the windshield, and compromise its safety.

If you’re still not sure whether to repair or replace your windshield, ask your Houston windshield repair shop. Where your vehicle is concerned, it’s better to err on the side of safety.


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