Posted on 9/27/2022 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
Your windshield provides both structural support for your vehicle and critical protection for you and your passengers. But if the glass suffers chips or cracks, your safety may be at risk. Though many drivers see repairing minor auto glass damage as an optional pursuit, taking care of windshield chips and cracks really isn’t discretional—it’s essential. Below, the windshield repair experts at Centennial Auto Glass outline the four types of windshield damage no driver can afford to ignore.
Posted on 6/13/2022 4:22 AM By Centennial Glass
Do you clean your windshield when you fuel up your car or truck? Check out what you should know about using gas station squeegees to clean your auto glass.
Posted on 8/12/2019 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
Sunroofs and moonroofs are luxury features added to many cars and SUVs. The benefits of having an open window above you as you drive adds extra ventilation and natural sunlight, which is hard to beat. But if your sunroof is not functioning correctly, is a repair really necessary for such an extraneous feature? If your sunroof has a broken track, leaks, or has chips in the glass, repairs should be made quickly to avoid a larger problem.
Posted on 4/15/2019 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
While it is not very common, the glass on your sunroof can shatter when you are involved in an automobile accident or if a piece of road debris, such as a rock, hits your sunroof. If your sunroof has a crack or has shattered, Centennial Glass can replace the sunroof. Here are the steps that are followed by an auto glass shop when completing a sunroof repair.
Posted on 2/11/2019 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
Sandblasted windshields are a hazard to drivers in both personal and commercial vehicles. Fortunately, Centennial Glass can remove the dust and debris from your windshield and restore back to 100% condition. We can also file a claim with your insurance company so that you don’t have to do it. Although most sandblasted windshields can be repaired, there are some extreme cases - particularly in commercial vehicles - where we may need to perform a windshield replacement. Below we explain what a sandblasted windshield is and what you should do if you have a damaged glass.