Auto Glass Force INC. can fix all types of vehicle windscreen or windshield chips and cracks under a quarter size. We provide expert services for sedans, vans, trucks, buses, earthmoving equipment and machinery, such as Caterpillar and Semi Trucks such as Volvo, Kensworth, GM, and Peterbilt. AGF caters to all models with expert knowledge. We will guide you through the repair and replacement process so you know what your vehicle is going through at all times. Honesty and integrity is what keeps our business striving. Let AGF be your one stop shop for all auto windshield chip or crack repair needs. We can carry out Windshield or windscreen glass replacements fast and efficiently, at a time and place that suits you.
At Auto Glass Force INC. we always try to repair any windshield damage prior to replacement.Auto Glass Force INC. uses glass manufactured at OEM standards, whether sourced from original equipment manufacturers or other suppliers to ensure that the glass we fit is as good as the original windscreen. All Auto Glass Force INC. windshield replacements are protected by our warranty program, which guarantees our workmanship for as long as you own the vehicle!
It’s important to repair your vehicle’s windshield cracks and car windscreen chips before they lead to replacement and cause possible loss of strength to your vehicle’s factory seal. Most people do not realize that windshield are a key element in the structure of the motor vehicle and the original windscreen is a crucial component in preserving the structural integrity of the vehicle’s passenger compartment during a rollover crash. The car windscreen assists in keeping passengers inside of the car and it supports the roof, keeping it from collapsing and crushing the passengers. Please do not wait to get your windscreen crack or chip repaired. AGF will make sure your vehicle’s safety standards are never compromised.
Windshield Chip Repair Process by Auto Glass Force INC. :
Chip repairs on windshields can happen due to pebbles, debris and rocks on the freeway or streets. Following trucks is not a good idea.