Windshield Repair in South Carolina
If you need your windshield repaired in South Carolina, call the experts at Glasspro. Windshield repairs from Glasspro are a time-tested and a cost-effective way to extend the life of your windshield. When small chips and cracks damage the outer glass layers of your windshield, you can repair the damaged areas for up to 75% less than replacing the entire windshield! Better yet, if you have insurance, your windshield repair is usually FREE!
Most of the damage your windshield sustains is repairable. Please keep in mind, you will probably still see the damage once it is repaired because this is not a cosmetic process; a repair returns the structural integrity to your windshield and prevents the chip from spreading. However, the longer you wait to repair a chip or crack in your windshield, the more likely it is the damage will spread causing loss of strength and structural integrity. If you wait too long and the damage spreads, we may not be able to repair the damage and the windshield will need to be replaced.
Get Rock-Chips Repaired Quickly
In order to save the most out-of-pocket expense, it's important to get your rock-chip repair done quickly. Over time, wind, weather, and road debris can collect and actually cause small rock-chips to expand into larger cracks which can require a windshield replacement - much more costly than a repair would have been. To give yourself (and your windshield) the best chance that a repair will work, contact Glasspro at the first sign of damage.
Why is My Windshield Important?
Your windshield is actually classified by the Federal Government as a safety device. Multiple layers of glass laminated together give your windshield the strength it needs to support the roof in a roll-over accident. The glass keeps the occupants in the vehicle and also prevents road debris from entering the passenger compartment during an accident.
It is important to repair a chipped or cracked windshield as soon as possible since small chips or cracks can spread quickly. One small bump in the road is all it takes to spread that small chip or crack which will leave you only one option...replace the windshield.