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Rear Windshield Replacement
The rear windshield is located on the opposite side of the front windshield. Like the front windshield, the rear windshield helps the car support its structure. Seals the interior of the car from the outside, protecting the vehicle's occupants. There can be three possible problems with the rear glass of your car.
First, if repair is not possible, it will need to be replaced.
Second, the time needed to replace the rear windshield is greater than to replace the front windshield.
Third, your rear window may leak.
Rear glass helps the car support its frame.
Chips and cracks will not occur with a rear windshield. A rock, debris, or car accident can cause a rear window to shatter. The rear windshield is made of tempered glass. Tempered glass is designed to break into small, sand-like pieces. The design is to protect vehicle occupants from large glass shards.
Unlike the front windshield, broken glass must be vacuumed and cleaned before new rear glass is installed. The defrost grille and some technological devices are located in the rear window. The disassembly and disconnection of the grid and of the devices to remove broken glass is carried out.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment to have your rear windshield replaced.
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