Posted on 11/11/2019 2:30 PM By Centennial Glass
Auto glass repair shops are a dime a dozen, but that doesn’t mean you should choose the first one you find. When it comes to repairing or replacing your auto glass, you need to be confident in a company’s ability to perform the job properly. Unsafe or incomplete repairs put your safety at risk because compromised auto glass affects the structural integrity of your vehicle. Here to discuss what you need to look for in a qualified auto glass repair company are the experts at Centennial Glass.
Posted on 2/28/2015 10:07 PM By Centennial Glass
Do you have a cracked, scratched or chipped windshield? You might want to get that fixed as soon as possible; a cracked windshield can be incredibly dangerous, especially when driving at higher speeds. If you get your windshield replaced early enough, you may not require an entire windshield replacement. There are many ways more minor damage can be fixed that are both fast and affordable.
Posted on 6/4/2014 8:19 AM By Centennial Glass
We are located in Lino Lakes, Minnesota. We provide service to all of St Paul, MN. We work with private parties, dealers, and Insurance companies to return damaged vehicle glass to factory conditions. We are qualified to remove, clean and replace window glass, windshields, and rear windshields. This means that we understand how modern cars are assembled.
Posted on 5/19/2014 10:28 AM By Centennial Glass
The certified professionals at Centennial Glass make it look simple and do the job fast at your location with training and the best equipment. Do not mentally turn your chip into a bigger problem than it is, call the in the pros. We have over 25 years of experience and take pride in our work. Go with the company that knows the “job” is actually a skill and takes pride in every single job they do.
Posted on 2/10/2014 1:55 PM By Centennial Glass
You may have heard this story a few times in the past. A person who is drunk smashes their windshield after they run into a pole or some other immovable object. While the person does survive the accident, their car is not as lucky and will need major repairs done on it. The question that begs to be answered at this point is, will an auto insurance claim cover damages that are incurred due to drunk driving? Can you get your windshield replaced with the use of your insurance policy when the damage is brought about by your being intoxicated?
Posted on 1/12/2014 8:09 PM By Centennial Glass
When you have an automobile, or when you first buy a car, one of the things you can consider adding to it is a window tint. Your automobile dealer may suggest that tinting is a good idea, or you may have read somewhere that installing tints to your car’s windshield and windows can help reduce the glare of the sun as well as the penetration of UV rays. Whatever the reason may be, when you decide to have car windshield and car window tinting done, you are actually doing yourself a favor.
Posted on 12/10/2013 12:00 AM By Centennial Glass
Hailstorms are an unpleasant reality of nature and often result in damaged windshields, broken glass around your car, and lasting surface dents.Windshields are often damaged during hailstorms, and might be the only damaged glass on a vehicle. Windshields with damage should always be inspected as soon as possible by a certified technician.Trained professionals can diagnose if a damaged windshield needs to be replaced or if a simple repair is required.
Posted on 9/9/2013 4:07 PM By Centennial Glass
Repairing and replacing your car windows requires that you not only do it properly but that you also use the right adhesive for the job. There are many reasons why you may be in need of car window repair. It could be because your car’s window is not sitting right on its bracket, a part of it is chipped or broken and needs to be replaced, or any other issues that come with car windows.
Posted on 8/13/2013 1:15 AM By Centennial Glass
Ever find yourself in this situation? You are driving along carefully, not exceeding speed limits or anything, and suddenly a pebble or a small object hurls itself at your windshield and a crack is formed. Since the crack is rather small, minuscule really, and does not seem to affect your field of vision, you leave it be, thinking it is okay to drive around with it.