Posted on 6/15/2022 4:01 AM By Centennial Glass
Have you ever noticed a crack in your windshield and had no idea how it got there? At Centennial Glass, we fix cracked and chipped windshields every day. We have observed several common reasons why our customers’ windshields break. Below is a brief explanation of why there are cracks in your windshield and what you can do about it. If you have any further questions or need immediate windshield repair, contact us today.
Posted on 2/14/2022 4:25 AM By Centennial Glass
Did you recently notice a small chip or crack in your windshield? Then you may have thought about heading to your local auto parts store to pick up a DIY glass repair kit. But while performing minor windshield repairs at home might seem simple enough, taking that route probably isn’t in your best interest.
Posted on 1/11/2021 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
Not all windshield cracks and chips are preventable. Sometimes, you randomly discover windshield damage that appears to have come from nowhere. But the truth is, most windshield damage is caused by simple neglect. That might mean neglecting to practice safe following distance while driving, neglecting to park safely, and the list goes on.
Posted on 12/14/2020 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
Parking outdoors in the Twin Cities during winter means you’ll inevitably need to remove ice from your vehicle’s windshield and side windows. While there are a number of effective ice removal methods you can use, not all of them are safe for your auto glass.
Posted on 10/12/2020 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
There’s no convenient time for auto glass damage to occur, and for many drivers, finding the time to tend to repairs can be challenging. At Centennial Auto Glass, we understand you’re busy, and oftentimes, making space in your schedule for auto glass repair or replacement simply isn’t feasible.
Posted on 9/14/2020 4:00 AM By Centennial Glass
Have you fallen for common auto glass myths? If you’re not getting your advice from NGA-certified glass installers, you can bet you’re operating under incorrect assumptions. And unfortunately, those assumptions could cost you dearly when it comes to repairing or replacing your windshield. To help you make the smartest auto glass repair decisions for your vehicle, the NGA-certified repair specialists at Centennial Glass debunk 4 of the most common auto glass myths below.
Posted on 8/17/2020 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 10/14/2019 2:00 PM By Centennial Glass
Driving on a rural, gravel road is a sure way to get scratches and dents on your car. And while you may not care about being perfectly "show ready," you probably want to protect your car's glass at the very least.
Posted on 9/16/2019 9:23 AM By Centennial Glass
You’re driving down the road when suddenly, a rock flies up and cracks your windshield. What should you do? Continue driving? Have the crack repaired? If you’ve ever been caught in this scenario, you’re certainly not alone. Every year, drivers replace over 13 million windshields nationwide—and the number of cracked windshields still on the road? We imagine that number is higher still. But should you really be driving around with a glaring crack in your windshield? Here to answer that question are the automotive glass experts at Centennial Glass in the Twin Cities metro area. Below, we discuss why driving with a cracked windshield is downright dangerous.
Posted on 5/13/2019 2:13 PM By Centennial Glass
Your car windshield must be intact to keep your vehicle safe and secure. Understanding what potential dangers are present this spring and summer can help keep your vehicle's windshield intact.
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