Auto Glass Care
Auto glass damage should always be taken seriously and be given prompt attention for repair. Glass Doctor® of Charleston, SC, has the experience and know-how to tackle all your auto glass repair and replacement needs. We’ll have you back on the road safely and quickly with the assurance of a job well done.
A structurally sound and damage-free windshield is crucial to safe driving. It may be tempting to ignore a small chip or crack in your windshield, but delaying repair often leads to more serious damage and may increase your risk for personal injury. Allow our experts to assess the damage and determine the proper type of auto glass care required for your vehicle. Most small cracks and chips in auto glass are usually repaired in around an hour. Most insurance policies cover auto glass repair, and we are happy to complete any paperwork required by your insurance carrier.
Each of our specialists are trained in auto glass repair industry standards and are knowledgeable about modern features included in today's auto glass panes. Modern windshields feature radio antennas and various weather gauges. Before performing windshield repair or replacement, we take all these factors into consideration. Glass Doctor of Charleston, SC, is a proud member of the Auto Glass Safety Council and uses only original equipment, manufacturer quality glass, and industry approved adhesives.
Auto Glass Care
Tempered glass is used in most modern vehicles to promote passenger safety in the event of damage incurred from collision or road hazards. This specialty glass is designed to break into smaller, safer chunks upon impact, reducing the likelihood of injury from dangerous shards of glass. We specialize in replacing tempered glass, which can be found in your vehicle’s windows and sunroofs. When tempered glass is damaged, repair isn’t a feasible option, and the glass must be replaced. Your car is in the best care when you choose to work with Glass Doctor of Charleston, SC. Our team is trained to quickly determine the scope of damage to your auto glass and to suggest the best means of repair or replacement.