Experienced Technicians for Windshield Repairs in Winnipeg
You need your car to drive to work each day, so when a rock hits your windshield or one of your car windows, you worry. You know that if you don’t do anything about it, the damage could grow and spread. But you’re busy and don’t have time for a lengthy repair.
If this describes your situation, come to Hometown Auto Glass for windshield repair services in Winnipeg. We offer same-day appointments and promise to repair your window quickly. Our repair process takes less than an hour, so you can still make it to work on time.
Signs You Need a Windshield Repair
Are you unsure whether your windshield requires repair? Some common signs that point towards the need for a windshield repair are:
Your windshield is cracked: The most obvious sign that your windshield requires repair is cracks and fissures on its surface. The damage to the windshield might not look severe, but it is imperative that you have us look at it, especially if it is blocking your view of the road.
You hear rattling: Rattling coming from your windshield when you drive is a clear indication that something is wrong. The rattling might possibly be a result of damage to the seal.
White haze has appeared around the edges of your windshield: One of the less commonly occurring signs of damage to your windshield is the appearance of a white haze on its edges. This haze is often a result of the pulling away of polyvinyl butyral from the damaged glass.
Why Is Windshield Repair Important?
You may think that a small chip or crack isn’t a big deal. However, without treatment, the chip or crack could spread and damage the glass. A crack or chip is especially dangerous when it’s on your windshield, because when it spreads, your windshield can no longer shield you during an accident. Even a small crack or chip warrants a repair by an experienced professional. Don’t worry; many insurance policies cover window repair in Winnipeg.
How Do We Repair It?
Within about 30 minutes, our experienced technicians can repair the chip or crack and stop it from spreading. We follow these steps: