Car Door Glass Replacement Services

When a car door glass shatters or is damaged, it’s important to replace it as soon as possible. Aside from uncomfortable conditions caused by a missing or damaged window, the situation can also obstruct the driver’s ability to see the road and spot road hazards in time to avoid collision.

At Glass Doctor®, we understand just how dangerous damaged auto glass can be. We offer auto glass service to vehicle owners to help keep drivers like you safe and on the road. If you need car door glass replacement, choose Glass Doctor.

Need car window repair or replacement services now? Call 833-974-0209 or request an appointment online.

Glass Doctor Car Door Glass Replacement

If you’re a commuter, you’ve likely experienced the shock when a rock hits your windshield on the highway. Depending on the damage, you may have even had your windshield repaired or replaced by your local Glass Doctor. But did you know that your car door windows can also suffer from damage?

From a break-in to a stray softball and everything in between—we’ve seen it all. Our technicians aren’t just skilled in replacing windshields but replacing car door windows, too!

What Types of Car Windows Can Glass Doctor Service?

Have you ever considered just how Door Glass Driver side windows are vital to the safe operation of your vehicle? Without an uninhibited driver side window, it’s unsafe to drive your vehicle.

  • Door Glass
    Driver side and passenger side windows are vital to the safe operation of your vehicle. Both clarity and an uninhibited view from these windows is important.
  • Quarter Glass
    You know that small piece of glass found behind the doors and above the rear wheel of your vehicle? It's called quarter glass, or a valance window, and we can replace it too!
  • Power Window Regulators
    Modern vehicle windows are controlled by a mechanism called a “power window regulator.” Unfortunately, power window regulators may fail from time to time due to a number of different problems and scenarios. The good news? Your local Glass Doctor can replace the power window regulators in your car doors.

What About Front Windshields and Back Glass?

Need help repairing or replacing your windshield? Learn more about our windshield repair and replacement services by visiting our windshield services page.

Our Car Window Replacement Process

When you choose Glass Doctor, you can trust that your local Glass Doctor technician will thoroughly inspect the damage to your vehicle and make a recommendation on replacing the windows. Your technician will replace your window following industry standard best practices, as recommended by the AGSC (Auto Glass Safety Council).

The Glass Doctor Car Window Replacement Process

In general, to replace your car window, your Glass Doctor service professional will:

  1. Carefully remove any broken glass.
  2. Remove any glass that’s still contained within the window frame—for car doors, this will require removing the interior door panel.
  3. Peel back the window seal or vapor barrier.
  4. Install the new window.
  5. Test the power window regulator.
  6. Replace the window seal and/or vapor barrier.
  7. Re-install the interior door fixtures or panel.

Do You Offer Mobile Window Replacement?

Due to the nature of our car window repairs, these services need to be completed in a Glass Doctor shop. This allows our technicians to ensure that the resin used to repair the crack or chip sets properly, free of dust and debris.

Car window replacement services should also be completed in a Glass Doctor shop due to the complexity of removing interior panels. Keeping the interior of car doors clean is paramount as dust and debris may affect the function of the window’s power regulators.

Are Car Window Repairs and Car Window Replacements Covered by My Insurance?

Most vehicle insurance policies do cover car window replacement services, but when you come to Glass Doctor we’ll contact your insurance company to verify that your policy covers glass services. Glass Doctor works with all major insurance carriers—we can even handle the insurance filing for you.

Can You Replace the Windshield on Older Vehicles?

Older vehicles present possible issues that are difficult to address with our 100% mobile services. Sun damaged gaskets, dry rotted clips and moldings, hidden rust, and other unexpected problems are common on vehicles older than 20 years. Since we come to the customer and provide our services on-site, these issues can be challenging to resolve when the car is open to the elements. Therefore, we cannot offer windshield replacement services on cars older than 20 years. For your older vehicle, we suggest contacting your favorite local body shop for a consultation.

Choose Glass Doctor Car Window Repair and Car Window Replacement Services

Your vehicle should be safe to drive and safe to park. A broken or otherwise damaged car window may make your car dangerous to drive and may leave your vehicle vulnerable to thieves. Don’t wait! If your car windows have sustained damage, choose Glass Doctor to fix your panes.

Call 833-974-0209 or request an appointment online to get started.