Mobile Glass Repair Service in Freeland Pennsylvania
We service Freeland, PA, providing the best windshield replacement, windshield repairs, and auto glass repairs in the Luzerne 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 Freeland, 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?
Here at Liberty AutoGlass, we bend over backward to provide the best customer support in the motor vehicle glass repair niche so you are completely satisfied with the service you receive from us. Our professional team is trained in tackling all varieties of repairs from starburst cracks in windshields to cracks and complete window failures. We service all makes and models of cars, vans, and trucks. Also, we deal with most insurance companies taking the worry out of your broken car window emergency. Our crew has dealt with practically every type of vehicle. Stop wasting time by calling around to see who can fix your windows. Save time and energy by calling us now. We'll dispatch a responsive and competent repair professional to where ever your car is parked, at your home, or your place of business. Rest assured 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: How do I recognize if auto glass damage may be repaired?
This hinges on the kind of crack or chip. The most effective choice is to call us and we will examine the chip or crack. We'll let you know if it is a repair that can be made or if you are being confronted by a windshield replacement. On either occasion, we'll collaborate with you and your insurance agency.
Q: Is there any significant difference between OEM and OEE auto glass? Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) auto glass is produced by the same manufacturer as your original glass. Original Equipment Equivalent (OEE) glass is made to the same specifications but by a different organization. Our customers can choose either.
Q: Does my vehicle need to be indoors?
Inclement weather makes auto glass installs difficult 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: Are there any out of pocket expenses to get my windshield repaired?
The answer is dependent on your insurance plan coverage. For glass repair services, most auto insurance companies waive the deductible so you will not need to pay anything out of pocket. In fact, many insurance providers do not even count glass repairs as a claim. For glass installation, you may not have to pay anything out of pocket if your auto insurance includes full glass coverage. But, if your policy includes a deductible for glass replacement, then you will be accountable for the deductible amount and your auto insurance provider will pay any money over the deductible amount.
Q: Does my windshield act as a safeguard?
If your windshield is installed properly it sure does! Auto manufacturers say your windshield offers up to 50% of the roof crush protection in a rollover collision. It also provides the backstop support for your passenger-side airbag in a front end collision. Your windshield is also designed as being one of the main safety restraint systems in your vehicle. If your windshield were to pop out in an accident or rollover and you did not have your safety belt on or it were to fail you can be ejected from your car.
Q: How soon can I wash my vehicle after my windshield is removed and replaced?
You can hand wash your automobile provided that you keep high-pressure sprays of water well away from the windshield and moldings. Water or rain on the new windshield installation isn't a problem at all, in reality, 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 pressure type of car or truck wash. A high-pressure automatic car wash can ruin the new windshield seal and outer moldings before the urethane adhesive used in the new windshield installation have an opportunity to adequately cure. It's also important to leave at least one of the windows open about 2 inches to reduce the pressurization in the vehicle when the doors are shut and when the heat or a/c is operated within the first 24 hours. Having a window a little bit open prevents the pressure build-up from ambient heat on a hot day and the pressure the heater or air conditioner builds up inside the vehicle's cabin from pushing a hole through the new uncured urethane seal, leading to an air or water leak.
Q: It's only a small crack. Can I wait to have it repaired?
No. You really should never delay. The windshield is a very important skeletal element of your car. If diminished caused by untended damage, it will not provide optimal protection in a traffic collision. Many small chips or surface cracks only impair the outer layer of the windshield, so it can be repaired before it gets any more severe and necessitates more money and time to correct.
Q: What's the difference between glass in a windshield and other window glass?
Auto glass is made and produced for optimum protection in the event of an accident. Your windshield is constructed from laminated safety glass. The side and rear windows are made of tempered glass. Laminated safety glass is two pieces of glass with a layer of vinyl sandwiched between, so it will stay intact in a crash. Tempered glass has been treated to make it much stronger than other glass of a similar thickness. If it breaks, it is designed to shatter into little bits.
Fun Freeland facts:
The borough of Freeland was originally named Birbeckville which later changed to South Heberton. It eventually changed to Freeland in 1876. It is closely located to Wilkes-Barre and Hazelton. In the 18th century up until the early 20th century, Freeland's main economy was based on coal-mining. The U.S. Census reported that Freeland has 3,531 residents as of 2010. In the past few years, Freeland has a booking YMCA program and an active community park. It also has a Little League field that is widely used by locals. Many residents tend to frequent local restaurants such as The Other Side and The Garlic Knot. There is also a baseball and football field in the borough which is named after a former director of the YMCA, Gene Della Croce. Freeland has many people of Irish descent. You can really experience this if you attend a St. Patrick's Day Parade which is also accompanied by dinner afterward. Memorial Day and Veterans Day are also widely celebrated in this area due to the large community of veterans who reside here.
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