Posted on 10/17/2016 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
The glass used in automobile windows is a special type of glass that is more costly because it is very different from home window glass. Auto glass replacement is a job for professionals, and that also adds cost.
Posted on 9/12/2016 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
That annoying crack in your windshield is only going to get worse. Should you pay out of pocket or let your insurance handle it and will your rates go up if you do?
Unlike some types of repairs like a minor fender bender or a scratch, auto glass repair or windshield replacement is almost always mandatory. A crack in your line of vision can be a violation that can earn you a ticket. Even a small chip or hairline crack can " Grow" over time causing complete windshield failure. Getting a repair as soon as is possible is best.
Posted on 7/11/2016 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
When your car’s windshield has chips and dings, or cracks, or more extensive damage, you’ve likely wondered how to tell if the repair potentials you’ve seen advertised might apply or if you need a full windshield replacement. The reason the concept seems so befuddling is there really is no clear and easy answer. Whether or not a crack can be repaired depends on the size and how soon the issue is addressed. Chips and dings can typically be repaired, unless there are enough to make it more economical to conduct a full replacement. Modern technology embedded in the window adds a new element to the repair process and changes what traditionally determined whether a repair or replacement was necessary.
Posted on 4/11/2016 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
Spring is here, which means it's almost time for spring cleaning. Since you'll be cleaning up your house, why not take some time to clean up your auto glass? Centennial Auto Glass is always there for your windshield replacement needs, and we're glad to share our auto glass expertise with you so you can make your car look great this spring with spotless auto glass. Take a look at our tips for spring cleaning your auto glass.
Posted on 3/7/2016 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
If you’re like most drivers, you’ve probably driven a car with a cracked windshield before. It may not have seemed like a big deal, as windshield cracks often aren’t a problem that requires an immediate resolution. On the other hand, if you’ve ever seen a windshield crack get bigger over time or result in an utter failure as the window degenerates into uselessness, you understand how important it is to conduct routine maintenance and have a windshield repaired or replaced as needed.