Pennsylvania Auto Glass Offers High Quality Glass, Professional Glass Service, Industry Approved Glass.
Pennsylvania auto glass began in 2006 as a small company repairing and replacing windshield in a garage, but with the rapid growth due to premium services we expanded. We have a line of experts who are proficient and very well qualified to complete the task at hand. Our company is all about high quality glass, professional service, and giving our customers safe vehicles to drive.
Harrisburg Auto Glass in Pennsylvania is a certified company in Harrisburg that offers the highest quality replacement, professional service and great advice. We only use industry approved windshield repair and qualified with nearly every major insurance company.
Harrisburg Auto Glass in Pennsylvania should always be your first and last stop…
Harrisburg Auto Glass should always be your first and last stop for any glass repairs or replacements because we offer low cost-high quality services. Our team of professionals take great care when it comes to satisfying our costumers with a peace of mind. To simply know that your car is in the hands of experts who have many years of experience puts our customers worries to rest.If your not sure about our prices you can simply request a free estimate through our website or by simply by phone.
How Does Windshield Repair Work?
Windshield repair involves injection of a special resin into the damaged area using a tool that attaches directly to the glass. Once injected, this resin is then cured and polished to restore the clarity and strength to the glass.
When a chip or crack occurs, it often spreads into the windshield’s inner layer of plastic, which is sandwiched between two layers of glass. In some instances, a drill is used to make a clean passageway to the plastic, where the resin is injected to repair the damage.
Think of a windshield repair as first-aid that prevents the damage from getting worse. In some cases, it may look nearly perfect, while in others, it could still appear slightly blemished. But in either case, a proper repair prevents damage from spreading.
And since every chip is unique, some will respond more effectively to repair than others. A repaired windshield will never look as perfectly clear as a brand new one.