Mobile Glass Repair Service in Coaldale Pennsylvania
We service Coaldale, PA, providing the best windshield replacement, windshield repairs, and auto glass repairs in the Schuylkill County area. We come to you, making it as easy as possible to get your windshield or auto glass fixed in a speedy and convenient manner.
If your car, van or truck is in need of auto glass repairs in Coaldale, we are the company to call!
Call for a free quote: 877-90-GLASS (877-904-5277)
We guarantee our work as long as you own your car. Call today for a free quote!
Why Call Liberty AutoGlass?
At Liberty AutoGlass, we strive to provide the best customer support in the car or truck window repair marketplace so you are totally satisfied with the service you receive from us. Our professional team is trained in handling all kinds of repairs from starburst cracks in windshields to cracks and complete window failures. We service all makes and models of motor vehicles, including trucks and vans. Also, we deal with most insurance providers taking the worry out of your broken car window emergency. Our crew has worked on practically every kind of vehicle. Stop wasting time by calling around to see who can fix your auto glass. Save time and energy by calling us now. We'll dispatch a helpful and competent repair tech to where ever your car is parked, at your home or your business. Feel confident that your car, van, or truck will be operational in an affordable and quick time frame!
We handle the following repair services:
- Auto Glass Replacement
- Back Glass
- Door Glass
- Vent Glass
- Quarter Glass
- Glass for side/door mirrors
- Windshield Repairs: Stone hits / chips
- Headlight Restoration
- Windshield Wipers
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Exactly how do I recognize if auto glass damage can possibly be repaired?
This depends on the kind of crack or chip. The absolute best option is to phone us and we will look at the chip or crack. We'll let you know if it is a repair that could be made or if you are encountering a windshield replacement. On either occasion, we'll collaborate with you and your insurance provider.
Q: How much time will my vehicle glass repair work or replacement take?
In some cases, windshield repairs may be performed in 30 minutes or less. Windshield replacements will often take an hour or less; however, we suggest that you do not operate the automobile for about one hour after service is done.
Q: How long will it be before I can confidently drive my motor vehicle?
You can usually drive away one hour after a windshield installation, or instantly after a fix or side window replacement. Our service technicians use the most reliable materials, including the marketplace's first adhesive with a one-hour drive-away time for windshield installations. The service technician will advise you if any extra time is required.
Q: Does my vehicle need to be indoors?
Stormy weather makes auto glass installs problematic without cover. If a protected area is not available, we may need to reschedule to service your car, truck, or van.
Q: My rearview mirror is attached to my windshield. Will the technician attach it to the new windshield?
Yes, our auto glass technicians will remove your rearview mirror and attach it to your new windshield.
Q: How soon can you see me?
In many circumstances, we can get you scheduled for same or next day repairs. Simply request an appointment or give us a ring. We'll get you going as promptly as possible.
Q: Will you be able to replace the tags that are already on my windshield?
Whenever possible, our trained mechanics will take great care to remove any stickers or items that are affixed to your old windshield and will switch them over to your new windshield to ensure you will not lose the info.
Q: Can I get my windshield corrected if my auto insurance policy does not have glass coverage?
Yes. If your auto insurance policy does not include things like auto glass coverage, then you can just pay us directly for your auto glass repair or installation. Our supports are very competitively priced and we accept cash, checks, and credit cards to make payment as easy and hassle-free as possible.
Q: What kind of parts do you use for your glass services?
We use the finest quality glass, molding, urethanes, and other replacement materials to preserve and reinforce the safety functions of your windshield.
Q: Are your technicians certified?
All of our repair professionals are factory educated by SIKA Corporation. SIKA is a thought leader with regards to the Auto Glass Replacement (AGR) direct glazing marketplace. All SIKA Auto Glass adhesive systems have been crash-tested and go beyond rigorous Federal safety standards (FMVSS 212/208). SIKA Training ensures the proper application of the entire SIKA Adhesive System, which is critical to the safe installation of the new glass in your vehicle.
Q: Does my windshield act as a safeguard?
If your windshield is installed properly it sure does! Auto manufacturers say your windshield provides up to 50 percent of the roof crush protection in a rollover crash. It also provides the backstop support for your passenger-side airbag in a front end accident. Your windshield is also designed as being one of the main safety restraint systems in your automobile. If your windshield were to pop out in a collision or rollover and you did not have your seat belt on or it were to fail you might be ejected from your automobile.
Q: How soon can I wash my motor vehicle after my windshield is changed out?
You can hand wash your vehicle as long as you keep high-pressure sprays of water faraway from the windshield and moldings. Water or rain on the new windshield installation isn't a problem in any way, in truth the dampness actually helps the curing process of the urethane adhesive sealant. You should wait at least 24 hours before washing your vehicle in a high-pressure type of car or truck wash. A high-pressure automatic car wash can harm the new windshield seal and outer moldings before the urethane adhesive used in the new windshield installation has a possibility to adequately cure. It's also necessary to leave at least one of the windows open at the very least 2 inches to reduce the pressurization in the vehicle when the doors are shut and when the heat or air conditioning is operated within the first 24 hours. Having a window slightly open prevents the pressure build-up from ambient heat on a hot day and the pressure the heater or ac system builds up inside the vehicle's cabin from pushing a hole through the new uncured urethane seal, creating an air or water leak.
Q: After I have my windshield replaced, how do I know if it was done right?
You don't! In the absence of removing the windshield, it's impossible to tell if the windshield was prepped the right way, if critical primers and right flash times were used, or even if the proper amount and type of urethane was used. Once a windshield is installed all the essential installation groundwork steps are hidden under the moldings and black ceramic band. If it seems like a clean windshield, back glass or other variety of auto glass installation and the moldings are lying the right way you can only presume it was done right, and truthfully those things are only cosmetic, it's what is underneath and when and how it was done during the replacement installation process that counts. The only sure way to tell if a windshield or other type of auto glass is properly installed is to crash test it, but we sure don't encourage it.
Q: What will the auto glass shop most likely ask me when I call?
We need to know who your insurance company is and the year, make, and model of your vehicle, the type of damage you have, and when and where you need the work performed.
Q: What's the difference between glass in a windshield and other window glass?
Auto glass is designed and produced for optimum safety in case of a crash. Your windshield is composed of laminated safety glass. The side and rear windows are comprised of tempered glass. Laminated safety glass is two pieces of glass with a layer of vinyl sandwiched in between, so it will stay intact in a crash. Tempered glass has been treated to make it much stronger than other glass of the same thickness. If it breaks, it is designed to shatter into tiny pieces.
Fun Information about Coaldale:
Coaldale, as its name suggests, was named after the coal industry that centered around this area. It was incorporated in 1906 and was founded as a company town of the Lehigh Coal & Navigation Company. The history of Coaldale dates prior to this when in 1827, John Moser and his family settled here. He built a log cabin which is the present location of the Coaldale Hospital. Moser cleaned the land for the sake of farming it when in 1827, the coal company took his land for the sake of obtaining coal. Currently, Coaldale is known for being an affordable place to live. There are about 15 students per teacher on average in the schools in Coaldale which means that students receive individualized attention, unlike most public schools which have a higher ratio than that. Many residents of Coaldale tend to commute to surrounding towns for employment.
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