If you commute to work in the Kansas City metro area, it seems highway road construction never ends.
Whether you’re driving down I-635 or I-35, the bright orange sign, “Road Work Ahead” is discouraging news.
Road construction causes road debris, congests traffic, and can increase the risk of accidents. According to the Federal Highway Administration in 2015, on average, a work zone crash occurred once every 5.4 minutes and 73% of those resulted in damaged vehicles. Any damage to a vehicle can result in more than just cosmetic issues, especially if it’s your windshield.
When it comes to high-quality windshield replacement in Kansas City, the certified technicians at Auto Glass and Tint Shop have you covered.
Why You Should Consider Windshield Replacement
Windshield replacement is a preferred choice because it restores the structural integrity of your car.
In a collision, the windshield prevents most outside objects from breaking into the vehicle interior and protects the roof from collapsing. For many brands of vehicles, the windshield also plays a critical role in front passenger airbag deployment.
If a windshield sustains a large crack and obstructs the driver’s sight, replacing the windshield is a must for safety. Moisture, dirt, extreme temperatures, and driving can put extra stress on a cracked windshield. Over time, this damage can spread and cause the glass to shatter.
Quality Glass Replacement
At Auto Glass & Tint Shop we replace windshields using glass made to the same specifications as the original manufacturer, or equivalent quality glass so it is indistinguishable from the original.
For auto glass installation, a controlled environment like our Kansas City shop is best. Our trained professionals only use the finest quality materials and state-of-the-art installation techniques to protect the structural integrity of your vehicle.
How Much Does It Cost for Windshield Replacement?
At Auto Glass and Tint Shop, we’re dedicated to providing affordable glass replacement and repair.
In fact, we’re recommended by major insurances and will work with insurance companies to maximize your benefit and cover as much of the repair as possible under your policy terms.