Auto Glass & Windshield Repair

Say No To Cracks

Our Glass Repair Process

When it comes to auto glass repair or windshield repair, McDavid Collision has your back. Any of our 4 factory and I-CAR Glod Class Certified locations can help with any type of auto glass repair, whether you need to replace a windshield, fill in cracks in the glass to prevent further spreading and fix/replace other glass panels that are found on your vehicle like a window or sunroof. Contact us today if you need to replace auto glass, need windshield replacement or are just concerned with a chip that needs to be filled. Our team is here to help you a our Fort Worth, Irving, Plano & Plano Acura. Contact the location nearest you today. In most collisions, the glass panels on your vehicle can chip, crack or shatter, no matter how violent the impact may be. This can cause further damage in the future if it’s not corrected and pose as a safety hazard to you and your passengers. Our teams at McDavid Collision Centers near Dallas are certified and trained to identify auto glass issues and repair them to pre-accident condition.

At McDavid Collision Centers in the greater Dallas/Ft Worth area, our certified body shop technicians can help you with any type of auto glass repair. In some cases, they may not have to replace the entire windshield, glass panel or window. If the damage is small enough or contained, the glass can be repaired without replacing the whole panel. Our team can fix any glass cracks or chips by using resin. This type of repair prevents the chip or crack from spreading further and improve the overall appearance of the glass itself.


Glass Repair

When it comes to fixing a chip, this auto glass repair process begins by cleaning the damaged area to get rid of any loose shards. Once the debris is removed, the next step is prepping the area for the resin to fix any chipped glass or your windshield or window. To help prevent any air pockets, the crack/chip is placed in a vacuum seal. Resin is then injected into the damaged area to fill in the crack and is put under a UV ray to help seal the glass. Keep in mind that auto glass comes in different types, shapes and styles. Some auto glass is tempered while other glass panels are laminated. If you have a crack, chip or broken glass on your vehicle, contact us today so we can help you figure out the best way to repair your auto glass!

In most collisions, the glass panels on your vehicle can chip, crack or shatter, no matter how violent the impact may be. This can, not only, cause further damage in the future if it’s not corrected, but it can pose as a safety hazard to you and your passengers. Our teams at McDavid Collision are certified and trained to identify auto glass issues and repair them to pre-accident condition.

While it may be easy to ignore small chips or cracks in your vehicle’s glass, a small chip or crack can spread faster than you may realize. This can impair vision if it’s on the windshield and even become a major safety hazard down the line. Down the road, the structural integrity can be compromised and cause further damage to the vehicle. No matter where the damage may be - windows, windshield, or rear windows – it is important to let the experts McDavid Collision Center help you fix any auto glass issues. Contact us today to learn more or utilize our online estimator tool so we can assess the issue and provide a free estimate to you for auto glass or windshield replacements and repairs.

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