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Central Wyoming's Full-Service Glass Provider

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Auto Glass Services

Auto glass is one of our specialties that we can offer with same-day service. We understand your time is valuable and we are here to provide timely installations without compromising your safety.  We adhere to industry standards, use top of the line primers and adhesives, and ensure you are provided with a safe drive-away time following your glass replacement.

What We Offer

Our customer service makes it easy to schedule your windshield replacement and we accept all auto insurance! We work with many of the local agents to offer a seamless experience. Your insurance company will likely ask you what options (if any) your vehicle has.  Common options include a rain or humidity sensor, a forward facing camera for features like Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS), a heated wiper park area, heads up display, an electrochromic mirror, or any manufacturer logos. These options all make a difference in what windshield is installed, even if you don't use these features or didn’t realize your vehicle was equipped!

Auto Glass Services

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Windshields & Auto Glass

We can install glass for domestic and foreign cars and trucks, minivans, conversion vans, and heavy duty  trucks.  We can replace side windows, back glass, quarter and vent glass for your vehicle as well.

 

We are also able to install glass for construction and other equipment, on-site if needed.

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ADAS Calibration

If your vehicle has Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) we have you covered! We have an in-house scan tool and the appropriate equipment to calibrate your vehicle’s forward facing camera.

 

You can rest assured that your safety system is as precise as your new windshield.

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Chip Repairs

A chip repair takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. It involves a multi-step process to ensure it is filled correctly. During the summer or winter, if your windshield is too hot or too cold, the glass will need additional time to come to an appropriate temperature before starting the repair process. This is an important step to reduce the chance of the chip cracking further while under pressure during the repair.

Vehicle Options

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Rain Sensor and/or a Camera

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Humidity Sensor

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Heated Wiper Park

Heads Up Display

Auto-dimming Rearview Mirror

Rain sensors can be round, tear drop, or rectangular in shape and are located in the dark tinted area behind your rearview mirror. Sometimes they are next to a camera, stacked above, below, or on the side.

The camera is triangular in shape and is also located in the dark tinted area of your windshield - behind your rearview mirror.

Humidity Sensors can be located right next to your rearview mirror and can be seen when sitting on the passenger’s side. Other times this sensor is located inside the black housing of your rearview mirror and cannot be seen until the housing is removed.

A heated wiper park area is basically a defroster at the bottom of your windshield, where your wipers rest.  These lines are sometimes hard to see. They can be black on black or an orange color, depending on the make and model of the vehicle.

(Having a heated windshield is different, in that a heated windshield actually has tiny wavy lines throughout the whole windshield.)

Heads Up Display is when certain information that would appear in your instrument panel is reflected onto the bottom of your windshield in the drivers view. This is a safety feature to help keep the driver's eyes up and on the road.

An electrochromic mirror, also known as auto-dimming, automatically dims the light reflection from a car's headlights that are behind you, decreasing the glare. Often times there will be wires connecting to your rearview mirror, or other buttons on your rearview mirror.

Your vehicle options or ADAS features are not always recognizable by owners. If you need assistance to determine what your vehicle is equipped with, stop by and we are happy to look at it with you!

ADAS Features

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are features in your vehicle that include radar sensors and cameras designed to prevent or reduce collisions by alerting the driver of potential hazards. These systems are meant to increase safety and reaction times. When you have a forward facing camera and your windshield is replaced, this requires your camera to be recalibrated.

Common ADAS Features

Lane Departure Warning/Lane Keep Assist

Forward Collision Alert

Smart City Braking

Adaptive Cruise Control

Auto High Beams

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Camera

Types of ADAS Calibrations

Dynamic and Static

In the simplest terms, a dynamic calibration involves driving on a road with well marked lines.  Using our scan tool to connect to your vehicle, we drive the vehicle on a road with specific parameters to recalibrate the camera.

 

For a static calibration, your vehicle is parked inside our shop. Using our scan tool to connect to your vehicle, our calibration equipment is set up in the front center of your vehicle at a precise distance using laser measurements. A specific target meant for your vehicle is displayed in front, at a specific height and distance, so the camera can read the target board to recalibrate.

STEP 1

Give us a call or stop in our office to get started

STEP 2

We will look up your specific windshield based on the factory options your vehicle is equipped with

STEP 3

We will schedule a date & time based on your availability for our technicians to install your new auto glass
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