Don’t be fooled by insurance companies!
You have the legal right to choose the auto glass repair shop that repairs your vehicle.
When you need auto glass repair services quality, safety, and service counts. At Patriot Auto Glass our technicians are the best of the best. They are extremely particular and only provide the best quality and service for all our customers.New cars, old cars, trucks, and SUVs… Regardless of what type of vehicle you drive, you can trust the auto glass experts at Patriot Auto Glass. We have 5 NGA (National Glass Association) certified technicians that will get your auto glass installed safely and quickly, at your convenience.
A pebble pitted the windshield, or something bigger caused a crack, and you need to have it repaired or replaced. Someone broke in and left the side or back windows shattered. Perhaps you were in a collision.
Maybe your vehicle is aging and wear & tear is starting to show on your windshield. If your view of the road isn’t as clear as when your vehicle was new, it’s time to upgrade. Whether you want to upgrade for safety or cosmetic reasons, Patriot Auto Glass has you covered.
Patriot Auto Glass performs thousands of safe auto glass replacements every year throughout New England. In most cases, it is the windshield that’s damaged but we also replace side windows, rear windows, and sunroofs. We use only factory-authorized glass from industry-approved sources. And we use premium Sika brand urethane adhesive that is heated to 180° and then allowed to cool and set for the strongest seal possible. While safe drive away time varies with temperature and humidity levels, it typically takes about an hour for the adhesive to cure properly. If it is dry and above 15°, we can replace your glass right in your own driveway or workplace parking lot.
In cases of minor breakage, a windshield repair – instead of a full replacement – can often restore the integrity of the glass. The technician injects a resin-based bonding agent into the damaged area. This stops the windshield from cracking further and restores optical clarity. Once a repair is complete, the driver’s view is no longer impaired by the damage. If you look closely there will be some residual scarring where the glass was filled with the bonding agent. Windshield repairs are less expensive and take less time than full replacements. They are covered by most insurance companies, most of which will wave the deductible if the windshield is simply repaired instead of being replaced.