GlasWeld’s Windshield Repair Resin

GlasWeld’s Gfusion Windshield Repair Resin Did you know? GlasWeld invented tinted windshield repair resins.  Powerful: Superior bonding means better-looking repairs Diversified: A variety of tints and viscosities for every kind of damage GlasWeld’s research and development department has created the industry’s most advanced resins so you can perform the best possible repairs. Gfusion resins are: Scientifically formulated to ensure clarity, …

GlasWeld Provides Glass Scratch Repair Solutions

What happens when one of the nation’s most exclusive resort properties has scratched glass blocking spectacular views? When a high-end Las Vegas storefront has unsightly display window damage just days before opening? When an oceanfront condominium high rise has scratches in nearly every window? Well, they all choose the fastest Glass Scratch Repair solution that delivers results they can trust: …

GlasWeld Featured in AGRR

We wanted to take a moment to give a shout out to our very own Brad Plumb who was featured in the December 2014 AGRR magazine. Thank you Brad for representing GlasWeld so well! The article, titled  Scratch Removal Brings High Return on Investment, ran on pages 17-18. Here is a screenshot:

Headlight Restoration: DIY or go Pro

You’ve seen them. In fact you probably see them every day: Headlights with an aged, cloudy, foggy or hazy look are becoming increasingly common, as the average age of all cars on the road continues to rise. Most modern vehicles use plastic lenses that are prone to discoloration. The danger here is that, more than a simple cosmetic issue, clouded, …

How to Start a Windshield Repair Business (According to the Houston Chronicle)

While researching different sources to try to convey to our readers that a Windshield Repair Business is a worthwhile, lucrative endeavor, we came across this gem from the Houston Chronicle. We thought it had such nice tips that we decided to quote most of the article here for your reading enjoyment. Happy reading! A broken windshield business can be a …

Great List of Do’s and Don’ts From Cars.com

Our Glass Geeks sometimes stay up all night for nights on end scouring the interwebs and the Googles in a diligent search for articles of interest for our techs, distributors and consumers. We recently found this great list of bullet points from cars.com titled “Car Disasters: Cracked Windshield”… Here is an edited quote of tips for your next cracked, chipped …

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From Entrepreneur Magazine: Great Idea! Start a Glass Repair Business

We recently found this great blurb from Entrepreneur Magazine regarding Windshield Repair, Glass Scratch Removal, Headlight Restoration and Glass Repair in general as a business: What are the benefits of starting a mobile windshield chip repair service? • Low initial investment and minimal monthly business operating overheads. • Homebased business opportunity, flexible business hours, and no inventory to stock or store. …

When Insurance Helps Offset the Cost of Your Windshield Repair Kit

The kind folks over at dmv.org have provided a nice breakdown under the title “How to Cover Windshield Repair Through Car Insurance” with a focus on these headings: Understand Glass Coverage Consider Your Deductible Submit Your Claim Get The Damage Fixed Protect Yourself Against Windshield Repair Fraud This is a nice bit of information to have handy if customers need …

Windshield Repair Tools: The Dangers of Driving with a Damaged Windshield

Don’t you just hate it when a piece of flying gravel comes out of no where and lands directly on your windshield? It’s what you do after it happens that’s really important. They’re more than just a nuisance they can be dangerous. Cracked windshields happen as a result of many different things and often, as a result of situations beyond …

Glass Scratch Removal: Saving an Expensive Glass Door

The possibilities are endless when it comes to glass scratch removal— even damaged glass doors can be restored. Check out our latest project… PROBLEM: Unsightly glass damage caused by orbital sander. A local painting contractor accidentally damaged a customer’s residential glass door. The glass was accidentally bumped with a random orbital sander leaving a noticeable blemish. Since the door was …