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SERVICE OVERVIEW

This service is available for those working on their cars but need any sort of auto glass removed since it hinders them from their work. We are able to take out the glass you wish for and fit it back in once you’re finished with your adjustments.

Our professionals know how to handle a wide range of car services. Whether you drive a passenger car or medium sized truck or SUV, our mechanics strive to ensure that your vehicle will be performing at its best.

PRICING

Windscreen Replacement from $220
Body Glass Replacement from $165
Resealing from $165
Scratch Removal from $110
Stone Chip and Crack Repairs from $99
Tinting from $250

WHY CHOOSE US

We offer a full range of auto glass services to vehicle owners in Tempe – Sydney. We can help you with everything from windscreens replacement to windshield tinting. We can handle any problem on both foreign and domestic vehicles.

  • We make auto repair more convenient for you
  • We are a friendly and professional group of people
  • We handle a wide range of car services
  • Same day service for most repairs and maintenance
  • We get the job done right — the first time

POPULAR QUESTIONS

  • How to fix a jammed car window on the driver's side?

    Quick Fixes for a Stuck Power Window
    1. Make sure to turn the ignition key on.
    2. Press and hold your window switch in the ‘up’ position.
    3. While pressing the window switch, open and slam the car door.
    4. If your car window does not roll up, try it a few more times.
  • How to replace a window seal on a car?

    Step 1 – Remove Old Seal

    Step 2 – Clean

    Step 3 – Sand

    Step 4 – Apply New Adhesive

    Step 5 – Put New Seals in Place

  • How to temporarily cover a broken car window?

    Create A Temporary Window
    1. On the outside window, stretch a piece of clear tape from the top of the window to the bottom.
    2. Continue to layer pieces of tape across the window.
    3. A clear, temporary “window” begins to take shape.
    4. Repeat until the area is covered.
    5. Follow the same process on the inside window.
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