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Why it is Important to Use Proper Sealants for Auto Glass Repair

Last updated 5 years ago

Your auto glass is a barrier between your car and the elements outside, so when you have your car's windows repaired, it’s vital to do it correctly. A professional auto glass repair service will always use the proper techniques and materials to ensure that you get a high-quality repair, with the goal of restoring your car's windows to like-new condition. Read on to learn why using the proper sealants is an integral part of the auto glass repair process. 

Sealants are used to ensure that your glass is protected and properly affixed to your car, as well as to maintain the integrity of your car windows during the daily rigors of your commute. Professional knowledge of the proper repair materials is especially important for windshields. Because your windshield is not made of tempered safety glass as the rest of your car’s windows are, it requires special attention when it is cracked or chipped in order to prevent catastrophic failure during a collision.

As the windshield is necessary to both support a vehicle’s frame and properly deploy airbags in the event of an accident, replacement windshields must be installed correctly. In order to ensure safety, your windshield will need to be resealed according to the manufacturer’s specifications, requiring training and experience in the right tools and techniques.

An improperly repaired or sealed window is not only prone to crack or chip once more—it can also present a serious safety hazard to the occupants of your vehicle. For professional service and experienced installation, contact Glass On The Move at (510) 835-0761. We serve the entire Bay Area with mobile auto glass repair and replacement services. 

 

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