Auto Glass Services
Glass Doctor® specialists are fully qualified to take care of your auto glass needs. Our glass experts can repair chipped windshields before they become larger and more expensive to fix. Most repairs can be made in under an hour and your car insurance company often covers the cost.
From the back window of a hatchback to an RV windshield, Glass Doctor can replace the auto glass on any vehicle. Your vehicle will be back to the way it was when the vehicle first rolled off the lot. Our team will even handle filing the insurance paperwork.
To show our commitment to your auto glass, we offer a G12 Windshield Breakage Guarantee. This 12-month warranty protects your auto glass against normal road hazards. Some restrictions apply - see our G12 Road Hazard Guarantee page for more information.
Glass Doctor of Westchester, Nassau & The Bronx Counties offers immediate assistance so your glass damage doesn’t expand over time. We understand that road debris, temperature and pressure changes are unavoidable, and so we give your vehicle’s glass careful attention. We repair and replace every type of auto glass, including mirrors and sunroofs, with expert care.
Window film saves you and your vehicle from the sun’s harmful UV rays, meaning you won’t burn and your car interior won’t fade. No one likes obnoxious glares or discovering that while your car was parked, it was converted into a sauna. Window tinting will reduce heat and glare.
Glass Doctor of Westchester and The Bronx Counties offers a windshield replacement guarantee that ensures that you will drive with absolute visual clarity for up to one year after an initial replacement service. Our windshield replacement guarantee is designed to make your life easier and safer.
The Auto Glass Safety Council™ (AGSC) reports that if your car rolls over the windshield provides as much as 60% of the structural integrity of your vehicle. The repairs and replacements offered by Glass Doctor of Westchester, Nassau & The Bronx will protect you and your passengers from an increased risk of harm in the event of a collision or crash.