Better Rot Repair: What Goes Wrong and How You Can Take Control
Living in New England exposes your car to extreme weather conditions, which can lead to rust and rot. What you probably did not know, however, is that improper window repair could lead to premature decay by exposing unprotected steel.
When damaged glass is removed during windshield replacement, bare metal can be exposed in the pinchweld. The pinchweld is the area in the car window where the windshield or back glass sits. In order to ensure quality auto glass repair, it is important to prime these exposed spots during an installation to prevent any moisture or contaminants from damaging the pinchweld. Unfortunately, many auto glass repair companies skip this crucial step in order to save time and money. Here at Titan Auto Glass, we make sure to prime any spots during glass replacement because we are committed to making sure that your pinchweld stays damage free for years to come!
If you need your windshield or other auto glass replaced, you can be sure that with Titan you’re getting the absolute best quality work. Titan Auto Glass is located in Woburn MA and we serve all of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Our van will come to you.
Call us today! 978-886-9693
- By: admin
- May 4, 2015
- In: Customer Stories, How-Tos
- Tags: auto, auto body, auto glass, body, body shop, Car Glass Replacement, Glass Replacement, insurance, leaking, leaks, repair, replace, replacement, windshield