Fortunately, with cracks and chips six inches or smaller, you can often stop damage in its tracks and have it repaired instead, which saves you a lot of time and money.
How Can I Tell If I Need Windshield Repair?
- The damage is repairable without sacrificing the integrity and safety of the car (in the case of collision)
- The crack is less than 12 in long or the chip or bullseye is less than one inch in diameter
- The outer layer of glass is damaged – but the lower layers are whole
- The crack or chip is in the center of your windshield – or not close to the outer sides
- The damage is not in front of a camera or sensor
The Benefits of Timely Windshield Repair
Small Windshield Repairs Are Affordable
Minor repairs are very affordable. In fact, depending on your insurance coverage, it may cost you nothing to have your windshield repaired – many insurance companies would rather pay to repair a chip now than a windshield replacement later.
Small Chips Can Become Large Cracks
Chips create little weaknesses in the structural integrity of your windshield, which means that heavy vibrations, the pressure of high speeds, and the jarring of bumps in the road can put pressure on the weakness and cause spiderweb cracking. The sooner you have a chip filled, the less likely you are to see it develop into a more-expensive-to-repair crack.
Windshield Repair Is Quick
In most cases, FastGlass Service can repair your windshield in 30 minutes or less. And if you don’t have time for that, we also offer mobile services!
The Repair Process
To repair your windshield, we inject our exclusive resin and, once it is fully cured, polish your windshield until the repair is basically invisible to the naked eye. We use cutting-edge auto glass technology to provide you with the best windshield repair in Arkansas.
FastGlass Service Uses Only the Highest-Quality Materials
How soon can the job be completed?
Depending on your location, we can be there within minutes. As soon as you call us,, arrvie at the shop, or we will head out to your location. Our goal is to make this process as quick and painless as possible for you, so you can count on us to arrive as fast as we can.
How long will the repair take?
Most of the time, repairing a small chip in your windshield will take less than thirty minutes. Once the chip is repaired, you can drive the car immediately and get back to your day.
Is there a risk of my vehicle being harmed in the process?
No, your vehicle is not at risk of being damaged during a windshield repair. Our technicians are highly trained in these processes, so you can rest easy that your car is in very capable hands.
How much will a windshield repair cost?
The cost can vary, depending on the location and severity of the damage. You can ask your technician for a free estimate before they start repairing the damage, so you won’t be caught off guard once the work is completed.
What if my windshield needs to be replaced?
If the technician we deploy to your location determines that your windshield needs to be replaced instead of repaired, we can handle that too. Unfortunately, this is not something that can be done at any location; you will have to drive your vehicle or have it towed to one of our shops in Russellville or Fort Smith to have the replacement completed.
Can’t Make It Out To One Of Our Shops? We Can Come To You For Free!
We offer mobile windshield repair free of charge! Don’t have time to take off from work or leave the kids at home alone? We can keep you in your home or at the office – and the next time you check your car, your windshield will be just like new! It’s almost like magic! Everything from scheduling to paying can be done online or over the phone.
To learn more about our windshield repair services call our toll free number: 800-242-5644
Let us get you back on the road without sacrificing your time!
Just give us a call or contact us online and we’ll get you back on the road ASAP!
If you have questions about windshield repair in Arkansas, contact FastGlass Service. We’re happy to help you schedule an appointment, get you a quote, or offer some free advice!
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