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Temperature Affects Your Home and Auto Glass
December 19, 2012

Have you ever run a hot glass under cold water? If so, you may have ended up with a sink-full of shards. Your car's windshield may react the same way during extreme temperature swings, although not as dramatically.

When daytime temps of 75 degrees turn to overnight lows of 35 or 40, any small chips or cracks in your windshield can "run out" and become longer. That's why it's important to have even minor windshield damage taken care of as soon as you notice it. A quick repair can prevent the need for a more costly replacement.

The insulated window units in your home can suffer the same type of damage when there's an extreme difference between the thermometer reading outdoors and the temperature within your house.

Whether a crack occurs at home or on your car, we can repair or replace your damaged glass parts quickly. Let us know how we can help.