It’s a great feeling to ride up a little higher and see traffic ahead in one of these vehicles. What’s more, they are usually roomy and have a lot of storage for your groceries, sports equipment and family.
There are many benefits to driving a larger vehicle. Ace Auto Glass offers a few considerations when you select your windshield replacement company.
Solves the Concern in 4 Ways
The AGSC’s mission is to protect consumers by setting standards of performance and excellence for each certified auto glass technician. This training ensures proper windshield and glass installations. An AGSC Certified Technician follows specific steps set by the council to ensure the safest quality replacement possible.
2. Sealant and Bonding
At Ace Auto Glass only the best sealants from Sika’s automotive glass replacement system are used. This system was designed to handle any bonding situations from drying times to dealing with rusted metal.
3. Special Glass setting tool
There are some situations where due to the size of the glass, a special setting tool will be used. This tool helps the Technician to set the glass properly without the assistance of another Technician. These tools range from a manual set to an in-house designed system using a forklift. Designing glass setting systems and techniques is just one advantage of this family owned business. Since 1975, 3 generations of skill, knowledge, and techniques have been passed down to all team members ensuring you a proper installation.
If you stood in the auto glass service bay, you might think that pulling off an old windshield is an imprecise process that anyone could perform. In fact, it’s the complete opposite. The removal process is one of the most critical since this is where damage to the bonding area can occur. Once the windshield has been removed, the remaining adhesive will be trimmed down to exacting levels. This allows for the maximum urethane adhesive to be applied to the bonding area, and allows the adhesive to hold the glass in place at a rate of 800 to 1000 psi. At Ace Auto Glass, the new urethane and primers are all dated and no product is used outside of its expiration date.