Types of Glass in your Vehicle
There are two types of auto glass used in today’s vehicles: laminated and tempered. Laminated, for the most part, is used for your windshield, but can sometimes be used in doors. Tempered auto glass is used in the rest of your vehicle.
Tempered auto glass is used in your door glass, vent glass, quarter glass, roof glass, and back glass. It is plate glass that has been inserted into a furnace at a certain temperature, then “quenched” to finish the tempering process. It is a hard, durable glass that will crystalize to small “pebbles” when broken, making it less likely to injure an occupant.
Although it is difficult to break tempered auto glass, it does happen. When it does, All Service Glass is here to help. Due to the crystallization of the glass, we will assign top priority to your vehicle. In our Ohio and Indiana climate, it can be detrimental to you and your vehicle to drive with a missing piece of tempered auto glass.
For most people, your vehicle is used throughout the day for running kids to school, going to work, to the store, and more. A safe vehicle is a priority to you and your family, and it is a priority to All Service Glass. With a broken piece of tempered glass, getting where you need to go can be very difficult.
Our experienced staff will help you throughout the process of filing an insurance claim (if necessary), ordering the proper glass, and scheduling your appointment in our shop or at a mobile location of your choosing. Most vehicles will be back on the road within 24 to 48 hours of receiving your call or the claim from your insurance company.
Our certified technicians will sweep up all the broken glass in your vehicle, professionally install a new piece of glass, note any additional damage that may have occurred, and answer any questions or concerns.
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