The windshields on our cars tend to take quite a beating. Over time, a windshield can become littered with small cracks and chips that have the tendency to splinter out across the length of the windshield, making it hard to see what’s in front of you on the road. What’s more, as colder weather settles in the Denver area, the cold temperatures can make the damage even worse. But Denver’s windshield replacement experts at Denver Mobile Auto Glass can replace your windshield quickly and efficiently in order to get you back on the road with a new windshield free of cracks and chips.

  1. Tips For Taking Care Of A New Windshield

    So, you have just replaced the windshield on your car — now what? Your trusted Denver windshield replacement experts should tell you some of these tips after a replacement is done, but just in case, here are some tips when it comes to protecting your brand new windshield. Leave Windows Cracked Thi…Read More

  2. How to Know It Is Time to Replace Your Windshield

    Windshield replacement can leave many drivers with anxiety. Cost and time both play into account when it comes to many car-owning adults. Luckily, a crack or a chip doesn’t mean that it is time for a full replacement. Small cracks can be repaired quickly and efficiently without losing the structur…Read More

  3. Protect Your Vehicle From These Common Springtime Messes, Part 1

    The birds are chirping, the bugs are emerging, and all the pretty trees and flowers that make Denver so beautiful are blooming. While these are all wonderful signs that spring is finally here, each can make it difficult to keep your car clean and shiny — and your auto glass clear and glistening. B…Read More

  4. 4 Mistakes People Make With DIY Windshield Repairs

    When you suddenly discover a small chip in your windshield, it may seem like a small problem that can be fixed easily. While this is often the case, attempting a windshield repair without the knowledge or experience to do so, and without access to the proper materials and tools, can lead to a costly…Read More

  5. 5 Tips for Winterizing Your Vehicle

    With the crisp, fall weather settling in along the Front Range, and Thanksgiving just a few days away, they can only mean one thing — winter is coming. While you probably won’t have to fight off a massive army of White Walkers this winter, you will want to ensure that your vehicle is prepped and…Read More

  6. 3 Tips For Choosing An Auto Glass Company, Part 2

    Welcome back to the Denver Mobile Auto Glass blog! In part one, we offered three tips to help you choose the right auto glass company. While choosing an auto glass team may seem like an easy task, you want to ensure that the company you ultimately pick has an excellent reputation, offers plenty of i…Read More

  7. 4 Tips for Preventing Windshield Damage, Part 1

    Welcome back to our blog! A crack or chip in your windshield can lead to greater damage, obstruct your view of the road ahead, and an eventual auto glass repair or replacement. While you can always rely on our auto glass team for a windshield replacement or repair, we understand what an inconvenienc…Read More

  8. How Replacing Your Windshield Could Improve Your Ride

    Are you an Uber or Lyft driver with a shiny, clean, comfortable car that has a damaged windshield or auto glass? Is your auto glass riddled with chips, cracks, and imperfections that could make your rideshare vehicle seem, well, a little less classy than you’d like it to be? At Denver Mobile Auto …Read More

  9. 5 Tips for Winter Auto Glass Care

    Welcome back to the Denver Mobile Auto Glass blog. In our recent post, we looked at how rapid temperature changes and cold weather can affect your car’s auto glass. With the cold weather that is sure to settle in over the next few weeks, it is important to care for and protect all aspects of your …Read More

  10. Pros and Cons of a DIY Auto Glass Repair, Part 2

    Welcome back! In part one of our short blog series, we started looking at the pros and cons of using a DIY kit to repair a damaged windshield. When there’s crack or ship in your windshield, even if it’s tiny, it should be repaired immediately to stop the crack from spidering out into a larger cr…Read More