No matter how well you take care of your car or how carefully you drive, when on the highway rocks and stones may fly up in traffic and cause a crack or chip in your windshield. This damage should be treated as soon as possible or else the chip or crack can spiderweb across the whole windshield. Frank’s auto glass in Chicago offers either used or new auto glass to repair/replace the windows in your truck or automobile. Frank’s also has mobile glass repair services or repair at the shop, whichever fits your needs. Typically a windshield glass specialist can determine if you must replace the entire window or if an easy repair will do the trick.
Frank’s auto glass in Chicago is the place to go for everything you want for your vehicle’s windows. For example, window tinting is desired by many people as a way to protect the interior of the automobile from damage caused by the sun’s UV rays. The window glass installed by the factory typically does not prevent the damaging rays from entering the vehicle’s interior space and fading interiors and cracking upholstery. A high quality window film can block as much as 99 percent of the sun’s UV rays. It does not matter if the film is clear or has a colored tint. Older films often had a coating of heavy metal that could interfere with radio signals, such as cell phones, GPS, and radio. Film has improved so that this no longer happens. Other tinting benefits include reduced heat, increased efficiency of the air conditioning, less eye fatigue, and improved vision for better safety. All window and windshield work has a full 1 year warranty for workmanship.
Frank’s Auto Glass Service and Aero Auto Parts are located on South Wentworth Ave in Chicago. Frank has been serving the Chicago area for over 50 years! The business can take care of any make and model automobile whether it is foreign or domestic. Either manual or power windows can be repaired. You can also get lock repair too. New, used, and wholesale auto parts are also available. It is easy to search the auto parts inventory on the website. Just enter the year of your car, the make/model, and the part you need.
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