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Rock chip repair Calgary

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A car’s windshield typically consists of two sheets of curved safety glass with a plastic layer laminated in-between. It’s designed to withstand heavy forces, including weather fluctuations.
When a windshield is damaged, the chip or crack penetrates the outer layer of the windshield. A windshield chip cannot cause your vehicle

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Signs your auto glass needs to be repaired or replaced

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To determine whether a windshield is repairable, qualified auto glass technicians take several factors into consideration. Each case is assessed on an individual basis for a recommended course of action. Although the damage may be minimal, the windshield’s structural integrity may be compromised or poses a safety risk.
Signs auto

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Benefits of RV windshield insurance

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The windshield of a motorhome does more than provide a view of the road ahead. It is an important piece that maintains the structural integrity of the motorhome. Furthermore, it provides the driver with an unobstructed field of vision to maneuver a large recreational vehicle. A motorhome’s windshield plays a

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Professional windshield repair service

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When your windshield has a crack, it’s important not to ignore it, no matter how small the damage is. Even the tiniest blemish can grow bigger over time and will eventually require a full windshield replacement if neglected. 
Many car owners will ignore the problem for as long as possible,

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RV Windshield Replacement

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Since your RV’s windshield takes the brunt of rocks and other flying debris, this glass is uniquely designed to withstand harsh elements while keeping the driver and other passengers safe.
Windshields for RVs are considered “specialty items” and for this reason, RV windshield replacement may not be covered by your

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Cracked Windshield

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Calgary drivers are especially prone to damaged windshields. Summers bring unpredictable hail storms while winter while spring means flying rocks from gravel and sand deposited on the roads for traction. It’s tempting to overlook a tiny crack or chip, but even the smallest of damages can become a safety hazard

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