When your damaged auto glass is beyond repair, our auto glass replacement professionals can provide the solution.
Whenever we are contacted here at McConnell Auto Glass to handle damaged auto glass, our first responsibility is making your vehicle safe again. We take that task very seriously when making a recommendation between auto glass replacement and auto glass repair. While we appreciate wanting to restore your auto glass as economically as possible, we will give you all the pertinent information about the reliability of your options, so you can make an informed decision.
You’ll find that our pricing is very competitive, and we are also willing to work with your insurance company, which can lessen or eliminate the cost for auto glass replacement. In addition, we confidently stand by our craftsmanship and ensure that quality and care are upheld to the highest degree. If you’re not satisfied, neither are we. That’s why we provide a lifetime warranty with all of our services and materials. That’s dependability you can count on! Your warranty covers air noises, stress cracks, molding defects, leaks, glass defects, and craftsmanship.
We are also more than willing to start with auto glass repair when indicated. Chip repairs are directly concentrated primarily to stop the existing damage from continued growth and are best treated immediately after point of impact. In the unlikely event that a repaired chip is not sustained, we will credit you the cost of your repair towards the auto glass replacement.
If you want an honest and reliable assessment of the glass damage in your vehicle, don’t hesitate to contact us. If you are concerned that it may not be safe to drive your vehicle, ask us about our mobile services that come to you in Raleigh, North Carolina.
FAQs About Auto Glass Replacement
At McConnell Auto Glass, we understand that it can be frustrating to notice you need auto glass replacement. We’ll do our best to reduce your stress level in any way we can. Part of that commitment is leaving you with no unanswered questions. Here are a few common questions about auto glass replacement we have been asked in the past:
Will my insurance cover any auto glass replacement?
It depends on your particular automotive insurance policy. For example, some companies cover windshields at 100%, but apply a deductible for other auto glass replacement. Other companies have a deductible regardless of the window or the cause of the damage. We are a preferred vendor for insurance companies and will work with your insurance company to make the process easier for you.
Can auto glass replacement be avoided with repair instead?
It depends on the extent of the damage and which window it is. Generally speaking, back glass, side windows, and side mirrors need to be replaced as they typically cannot be repaired.
Do you perform ADAS calibration with auto glass replacement?
Yes, although keep in mind that only some types of calibration can be done as part of our mobile service. You should give us a call to confirm whether your vehicle needs calibration and whether it can be done as part of our mobile service or if you need to bring your vehicle to our shop.
Can I drive my vehicle as soon as auto glass replacement is finished?
We recommend waiting at least an hour to give the adhesive time to set properly. If there is a situation that extends this wait period, such as weather conditions, the technician will advise you of how long you should delay driving your vehicle.
At McConnell Auto Glass, we offer auto glass replacement in Raleigh, Garner, Clayton, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest, Knightdale, Benson, Dunn, Coats, Lillington, Angier, Cary, Holly Springs, Apex, Morrisville, Four Oaks, Smithfield, Durham, Willow Springs, Rolesville, and Zebulon, North Carolina.