Winter storms are a fact of life in many areas of the country, but Pennsylvania residents do seem to get hit with much more than their fair share of severe winter weather capable of dropping copious amounts of freezing rain, sleet, snow, and ice. This type of extreme weather presents many challenges, and one of
Accidents happen. If you’re facing a cracked, chipped, dented or disfigured windshield, you’re in luck. Windshield repair and replacement is common, and it’s covered by insurance. Even if your car is damaged in an accident, insurance options can still save your bank.
Ideally, you will never need to invest in a windshield replacement. However, according to Insurance Journal, windshield replacements are the number one insurance claim—comprising 30 percent of all claimed auto repairs—in the United States.
With colder weather quickly approaching, now is a good time to prepare your car for winter. You can do this by switching to winter tires, making sure your heating system is good-to-go, and checking your brake pads for excessive wear and tear. One thing you may not to think about, though, is what you can
Think of the most dangerous driving conditions that you’ve ever had to navigate. Chances are, they involve some form of weather event – rain pouring down in buckets, snow falling and melting in your field of vision, your windshield wipers desperately trying to keep up. The one constant in the fight between visibility and weather
When you’re out driving, your windshield does as much for your visual navigation as your engine does for getting you around. It needs to be sturdy, trustworthy and free of defects, but many car and truck owners tend to ignore big red flags that their windshield has been compromised. They worry about cost and hassle,
When you need replacement automotive glass you have three choices — dealer parts, OEM parts from the manufacturer either as original or aftermarket, and generic glass, which may also include custom made glass. The question for many people is which type of glass is best for my car. In this blog, we explore the answers
When your windshield needs to be replaced, and the replacement is covered by insurance, what company should you choose? Before you go with the one the insurance company recommended, you need to know a little more about how the industry works. Taking that recommendation could leave you with significant regret!
Windshield and glass care tips from the expert himself — Anthony Volk. As a third generation auto glass installation expert, Anthony Volk brings quality and know-how to every job. In this I-can-see-clearly blog, Anthony provides tips and tricks for cleaning automotive glass and caring for it too. Anthony Volk Glass provides outstanding service to the
The glass in your vehicle is one of its most important safety features. Not only do you count on it to provide a barrier between you and the weather, as well as the elements of the road, you expect your auto glass to remain intact during accidents. High-quality auto glass is also a necessity when