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Headlight Restoration & Repair

Are Your Headlights Broken Cracked Or Dull?  For Expert Headlight Restoration & Repair In Tyler Trust Our Pros!

Glass Doctor® of Tyler is your source for fixes to broken or cracked acrylic headlamp lenses for your car, truck, SUV, bus, RV or other commercial vehicle for customers near Tyler, Lindale, Bullard, Chandler and surrounding areas.

Overtime, harsh weather, UV rays and road debris can exact significant wear and tear on your headlights. We use a special Headlight Lens Restoration System to rid headlights of chips, nicks, cracks and lift that yellowed and foggy build-up.

The system erases deep scratches, smoothes pitted surfaces, and polishes the lenses back to clarity in a fraction of the time it takes the competition. Imagine, the days and/or weeks and hundreds of dollars that some shops assess to do what Glass Doctor of Tyler can do for less money, while you wait. Restoration work improves the value of your vehicle and increases safety while driving at night.

Motorcycles, Aquariums & Aircraft Window Restoration

Our Restoration System uses padded polishing applicators and a specially formulated sub-micron polishing paste. Our proven methods work on a variety of applications:

  • Aviation Windows

  • Marine Windows

  • Motorcycle Windshields

  • Aquariums

  • Hockey rink enclosures

You'll appreciate the noticeable difference to your window and to your budget when you rely on our Glass Doctor of Tyler's proven methods for acrylic headlamp and windshield restoration.

Windshield Repair and Restoration

Glass Doctor of Tyler is also a leader in glass windshield repair and restoration. Our technicians have the tools and training to complete restoration work in less time and with better results. We use what's known as the "Dry Vacuum" process. During traditional glass restoration, the technician adds repair resin to the damage area and afterward extracts air after the resin has been applied. With the dry vacuum process, air is extracted before the repair resin is applied. Pressure draws the repair resin from the injector apparatus and fills the pockets where air once existed.

The result is a highly effective vacuum cycle that has a direct air-to-air exchange with the break, allowing for trapped air to be removed easier and faster. Other shops that rely on traditional methods of pulling-air-through-the-resin technology can take hours longer and don't always ensure the best results. Our glass restoration injectors are manufactured to strict specifications using high quality stainless steel raw materials.