auto-accident.jpgSafety Glass Windshields

Safety glass windshields have a though plastic sheet bonded between 2 layers of specially tempered glass. This construction allows the glass to “give” in the event of a collision, and prevents the glass from shattering, which could cause lacerations, blinding and other harm to passengers in the car. The plastic layer holds the glass together during the accident and makes it difficult for an object to go through the windshield. The other fixed windows are designed and tempered so that if they break, they shatter in such a way that there are no large pointed glass pieces.

Professional glass technicians know how to install the glass in a car so that it will function optimally during a collision. Without proper experience, knowledge and tools, automotive glass installed by improperly trained workers could lead to additional harm should an accident occur, or result in leakage of water or air.

At Discount Glass Auto, you are dealing with properly trained installers dealing in high quality glass with optimum optical clarity.


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