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GlassLogic Services

Truck Windshield Repair

Are you a trucker traveling through Dallas and need a rock chip repaired? Get your truck windshield repaired while-you-wait.

Get FREE mobile service to your location if it is within my service area. (Jump to a list of on site locations in area.) Call from the road to set up a convenient time and ...

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RV Windshield Repair

On-site RV windshield repair is available for both travelers and local owners. I repair windshield chips on motorhomes, buses, and any RV or camper with front laminated safety glass.

Just passing through? For RVers traveling through the Dallas Metro area, I do small crack and rock chip repair while you ...

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Windshield Repair Dallas

This page provides in-depth information about the GlassLogic Windshield Repair Dallas service area and hours of operation. Hours | Zip Codes | Map

I offer mobile auto glass repair services in north Dallas, the western suburbs located in northern Dallas County, northeast Tarrant County, and southern Denton County. I come ...

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Cracked Windshields

Cracked windshields seem to be a Dallas tradition! You see them everywhere. Usually, those huge cracks started out as a small rock chip that could have easily been repaired. But once a windshield is cracked all the way across ("cracked out"), it has to be replaced.

Temperature changes, wind pressure, ...

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Cracked Windshield Repair

Even if you have a cracked windshield, repair is still an option.

Any crack over 6" is considered a long crack. As with short cracks, both the original rock chip and the crack must be repaired to restore the structural strength of the windshield.

Cracks from 6-14" can be repaired, ...

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Windshield Crack Repair

Do you have a small crack on your windshield? I do windshield crack repair in addition to repairing rock chips.

Road vibrations and temperature variations often cause rock chips to spread. Initially, the cracks may not be visible to the naked eye, but those microscopic cracks can suddenly spread across ...

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