How do you know what a quality windshield repair looks like? Or how do you know if your windshield can or should be repaired?
It seems there are new windshield repair companies popping up on ever street corner and at every car wash.
Many of these companies are outright scams practicing insurance fraud. Others are new businesses staffed by inexperienced technicians who have not been properly trained.
In response to an increase in complaints about poor-quality windshield repairs, the National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA) published a press release outlining repair guidelines for consumers.
To protect yourself, the NWRA recommends that repairs be completed by certified technicians. I am proud to be an NWRA certified technician (certified ROLAGS compliant and proficient). Not only am I certified at the highest level, I have over 10 years experience in the field, repairing all types of windshield damage on cars, trucks, and RVs.
I am a member of the National Windshield Repair Association and the Global Glass Conservation Alliance and pledge to uphold the ROLAGS standards for quality auto glass repair.
Find out more about Auto Glass Industry Standards:
If you have questions about whether the damage on your windshield is repairable, give me a call at . I will be happy to answer all of your questions or schedule an appointment.
When you select me as your repair technician, I promise to provide you with a fair price and a quality windshield repair.
NWRA Certified Technician
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Keith Johnson says
Thats good info, I have seen alot of these inexperienced chip repair guys at the shell gas stations were I do auto glass repair in Temecula CA and they also try to sell some car polish in a spray can.
What they do is wrong, first they try and offer to clean your windshield with the squeegee and then they are charging customers insurance for repairing pits that realy don’t need to be repaired.
I agree that there are new windshield repair companies popping up on ever street corner and at every car wash. Maybe because car counts’ growing up, and they can easily earn money. Thanks for the post!